chair and a half with ottoman

chair and a half with ottoman

Chair and a Half

The Chair and a Half Is Designed to Create a New Seating Experience by Coordinating the Simple Shape and Straightforward Function of the Traditional Chair With Its Expansive Value. With Its Expansive Size, a Chair and a Half Can Now Fill a Room With Its Natural Feeling and Sleek Style.


Once upon a time, there was a chair and a half. The chair was a very old, simple and sturdy one, but the half was made of gold. They decided to sell the chair and half together and divide the money. The half was much easier to sell, and the buyer for the chair and half was very happy with the half. But the buyer for the half became very angry when the other buyer sold it, because now her half was worth nothing. No, this isn't some made-up item you have to spend a fortune on to buy bespoke; in fact, many of our favorite retailers carry affordable (and customizable!) versions of this design. Somewhere between a cushy armchair and a couch, a chair and a half is basically a larger chair with deeper seats that offers more room for stretching out. These pieces come in every style—from sleek mid-century to overstuffed grandmillennial options—to seamlessly fit into existing decor. Leave the punchy prints to your accent pillows and throws and stick with more neutral, pared-back hues for the furniture to ensure your investment item is one that'll stand the test of time. Not sure where to start? These 10 picks are high on our wish lists.

On the other hand, if you'd rather stick with simplicity, Joss & Main's ivory-colored chair and a half is a safe bet. It's made with precision-cut materials to ensure it's long-lasting, and features a super versatile, pared-back silhouette. Available in 80 colors, you're sure to find something that suits your aesthetic. Turn your chair and a half into a real statement piece with this mustard yellow find. It features rolled arms, stacked feet, and button-tufted backing for an elegant touch. Situate it in front of some bookshelves to create a charming reading nook—doesn't the classic design look like it belongs in a library? (Source: www.housebeautiful.com)


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