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Arm Chair: The most common upholstered chair, arm chairs have backrest and upholstered arms, and are often in a collection with a matching sofa and loveseat.

Club Chair: Club chairs have arms that are either slightly rolled or straight. These chairs typically lower to the ground, leather, and smaller in scale.

Armless Chair: These are chairs that do not have arms on the left or right side for the user to rest upon.

Wingback Chair: If the chair has a high back and projecting sides that create a shape similar to wings, it is considered a wingback chair.

Chair and a Half: These chairs are extra large, generally with a minimum width of 40" between the arms.

Barrel & Tub Chair This chair design is smaller than most, with arms and back that are flush together. This chair almost looks like an actual “barrel", cut in half, with a space cut out for a seat.

Convertible Chair: These chairs can convert into a bed by unfolding or by sliding the back of the chair to a horizontal position. These are sometimes called Chair Sleepers.

Papasan Chair Papasan Chairs have large rounded bowl-shaped cushion with an adjustable angle.

   Design
Traditional: Traditional Chairs have rolled or slightly curved arms. These pieces will have traditional details such as nailheads or wood inlay along the base and up the arms, or may have tufted cushions. In general, the feet are wooden blocks and the back of the couch is straight or slightly humped.

Contemporary: Chairs that have both casual and modern aspects, but do not fit into either style fully are considered contemporary. Contemporary chairs will have either a curved or straight back. They may have additional features such as wood inlay and decorative stitiching.

Modern Modern chairs generally gave straight or track arms with straight lines across the top and down the arms. These pieces are very simple, without any extra padding. Modern chairs can be nontraditional shapes and sizes in entire piece or in arms. Cushions are usually flat and attached to the back of the peice.

Casual: Casually style chairs look overstuffed or fluffy in nature. These will often have pillow top arms, which are fluffy cushions sewn on the top or inside side of the arm and additional pillow top seat cushions that make these chairs irresistably comfortable.

Transitional: Transitional chairs are simpler than traditional, but not 100% modern. Featuring soft, but clean lines, without the ornate details of traditional style. Transitional sofas can have rounder features than modern or contemporary chairs, and will fit in with most decor.

Rustic/Lodge: Calling to mind log cabins and deep forests, these chairs have a rugged look, often featuring natural woods accents and darker fabrics. The frame may even look like an actual log! Mission/Shaker: Mission furniture is characterized by its simplicity and use of vertical slats and horizontal-vertical lines. Shaker furniture is also very simple, similar to mission without the slats. These styles are almost always constructed of dark woods.

Cottage: Cottage style chairs are smaller scale upholstery pieces that are slipcovered or pictured in plaid or floral fabrics.

Coastal/Tropical: Coastal and tropical chairs are influenced by styles from overseas, with distinct decorative details such as palm trees, seashells, and pineapples. These pieces are most often constructed of bamboo, rattan, seagrass, wicker, and other woven materials.

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   Width
18 in. 87 in.

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   Height
16 in. 49 in.

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   Depth
18 in. 45 in.

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