How to choose a leisure chair


There are various styles of leisure chairs, and they ar […]

There are various styles of leisure chairs, and they are also very free in use. As long as they are used appropriately, the same chair can perform different functions in different spaces.
In the purchase of specific furniture, everyone has their own usage habits. So, how to choose a chair according to your actual situation? It is mainly based on habits.
1. The depth of the leisure chair
Generally speaking, on a more formal occasion, people's sitting posture is very upright, and more people like to sit in a shallower position in front of the chair. However, if you are at home, you may sit deeper when you are relaxing, and the whole person seems to be trapped in a chair.
When buying, you can sit down first, try the depth of the whole body when you are seated, and then you can know whether it caters to public and private needs.
2. The height of the legs of the leisure chair
The height of the legs of a leisure chair is related to the length of the user’s legs. Except for high chairs like bar chairs, the seat height of general chairs is not too exaggerated. However, if there are people with short stature or young children in the home, It should also be taken into consideration.
3. The height of the armrest of the leisure chair
If you are accustomed to hanging your hands freely, you may wish to choose a chair with lower or no armrests. If you like to shrink the whole person in the middle of the chair, then a chair with higher armrests and a deeper seat surface is probably the best choice.
4. The height of the back of the leisure chair
For those who like to "sit upright", in addition to choosing stools without armrests and backrests, you can also choose chairs with low armrests and low backrests. At this time, the center of gravity of the occupant will be on the waist and hips; if you prefer to put the center of gravity on If the backrests on the backrest, you may wish to choose a chair with a higher backrest. At this time, you can also check whether the height of the backrest is near the neck. The 90-degree angle is placed on the backrest, so it is easy to cause injury to the cervical spine.