Given the choice between a night out—perhaps spent in a restaurant, at the movies, or even at a favorite bar—and a night in with a good book and a cup of Earl Grey, I’ll usually opt for the latter.
Like anybody, I like to feel comfortable and at the end of a long day I want to be able to open the door to my apartment and know that the space I’m in, regardless of what’s outside, is somewhere in which I can feel completely comfortable. The Tatiana Walnut and Blue Upholstered Accent Chair is just one ingredient that makes such an environment possible.
I could not be happier with this chair. I stumbled across it on the Lamps Plus website and it stood out among a handful of great choices. Its legs wear a warm finish in which you can really make out the rich grain of walnut wood, giving me just the right amount of rusticity I like in a personalized, homey space. What’s more, I happen to love certain colors with wood finishes, and the deep navy blue upholstery of this chair goes well with its walnut legs.
On top of that, this chair also offers me a modern accent. Its open back and curving frame feel like an authentic contemporary design with just a slight touch of retro style. This makes this chair’s design very specific, and therefore all the more personal when I come home and see it among my other furniture. Its frame bulges outwards where the arms would normally be to form a kind of subtle embrace when I sit down, offering me optimum comfort while also giving me enough support so I won’t necessarily nod off if I decide to read (something I’ve been known to do).
The other thing about this chair, perhaps one of my favorite of its features, is its size. I live in a studio apartment, so while I wish for the luxury of a super-plush couch or sofa, it’s not really an option for me.
This chair basically gives me comfortable cushioning without taking up an entire quarter of my apartment. All in all, even though I don’t have that much space, I still feel like my place is truly my own. And this chair is definitely one of the reasons I can say that.