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Blue Armchairs

Blue armchairs are available in a wide range of styles and designs. Armchairs are a staple of any living room, office, waiting area or bedroom. An armchair is distinguished by its arm-rests and comes in a variety of designs.

Armchair Styles

Chesterfield chairs are timeless. Although there are no hard and fast rules with a Chesterfield, they typically feature several indents in the rear of the seat where the chair material is fastened. Chesterfield's are typically made of leather, although they are also available in a range of blue fabrics.

A wing back chair is a chair with 'wings' mounted to the back of the chair, descending down to the arm-rest. Wing back chairs typically have a high back, and wooden legs. Wing back chairs are available in a range of materials and designs, and are a great addition to any bedroom or lounge.

Tub chairs are a versatile and contemporary design of chair suitable for modern living rooms, office spaces, and meeting rooms. Tub chairs tend to be lower backed than wing back chairs, with the arm rests forming a semi-circular crescent around the back of the chair. Tub chairs are often available in blue coloured leather or fabric. Tub chairs are often available for bulk order.

The single seater recliner chair is an essential for any living space. When it comes to comfort nothing can beat easing into a recliner, putting your feet up, and enjoying a good film or book. Recliners are available in a range of blue leather and fabrics, and may come with a matching foot stool.

A captain's chair is the ultimate addition to any private office or study. The upper design of a captain's chair is usually similar to a Chesterfield. Captain's chairs are set upon a rotating lower half, usually with wheels.

Blue armchairs for children are perfectly sized for them and can either be placed in the living room so they have their own chair as they sit with family or in their bedroom whilst they play games.

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