Guide To Buying A New Recliner
Here are the main questions you should be asking yourself:
1. What does your room look like?
What style are you going for? Your recliner should match the general theme of your room. The options available to you these days allow you to pick a style that will work with any decor.
2. How much are you willing to spend?
This will be a big factor in determining what material you should be looking at. Recliners can range in price greatly, and a lot of this depends on the material the recliner is made of. Bonded leather is significantly cheaper than Genuine Leather, and microfiber can be a more price-conscious choice to suede.
3. Who is the recliner for?
If you are getting a recliner for an aging parent, you will want a significantly different style recliner than you would for a young couple in their first apartment. For the elderly, the best choice is a lift recliner because it will help them get in and out of the recliner, practically lifting them to their feet. For a small apartment, your best bet will be a recliner with a wall-hugging mechanism to take up less space.