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ANJ Black Recliner Chair with Overstuffed Arm and Back, Breathable Faux Leather Manual Reclining Chairs for Adults, Living Room Single Sofa Recliners$349.99 Add to cart
Comhoma Recliner Chair with Heat and Massage 360 Degree Lazy Boy Swivel Rocker Rocking Recliner Overstuffed Home Theater Seating with 5 Side Pockets Gray$399.99 Add to cart
Hitwby Fabric Leather Recliner Chair, Manual Rocker Recliner, Ergonomic Lounge Heavy Duty, Living Room Chair/Home Theater/Guest Room/Study Room(Brown)$290.00 Add to cart
Recliner Chair for Living Room Massage Recliner Sofa Reading Chair Winback Single Sofa Home Theater Seating Modern Reclining Chair Easy Lounge with PU Leather Padded Seat Backrest (Brown)$180.99 Add to cart
BOSMILLER Massage Swivel Rocker Recliner Chair with Vibration Massage and Heat Ergonomic Lounge Chair for Living Room with Rocking Function and Side Pocket, 2 Cup Holders, USB Charge Port$449.99 Add to cart
COMHOMA Leather Recliner Chair Modern Rocker with Heated Massage Ergonomic Lounge 360 Degree Swivel Single Sofa Seat with Drink Holders Living Room Chair (Black)$319.99 Add to cart
Power Recliner Chair with Massage and Heat- Fabric Wingback Electric Recliners Chair for Elderly & Adult Ergonomic Single Lounge Sofa Home Theater Seating with 2 Pockets and USB Port$399.99 Add to cart
Pulaski Larson Theatre Recliner, 38.0″ L X 39.5″ W X 43.0″ H, Black$609.99 Add to cart
Best Choice Products Electric Power Lift Linen Recliner Massage Chair, Adjustable Furniture for Back, Lumbar, Legs w/ 3 Positions, USB Port, Heat, Cupholders, Easy-to-Reach Side Button – Gray$519.99 Add to cart
BenchMaster Newport Taupe Swivel Faux Leather Recliner Chair with Ottoman Footrest Modern Armchair Ergonomic Manual Reclining Adjustable Upholstered for Bedroom Living Room Reading Home Relax$649.99 Add to cart
Mcombo Swivel Recliners with Ottoman, Vibration Massage TV Chairs with Side Pocket, Faux Leather Ergonomic Lounge Chair for Living Room Bedroom 4734 (Black)$509.99 Add to cart
CHRISTOPHER KNIGHT HOME Merit Faux Leather Glider Recliner Club Chair, Dark Brown$509.95 Add to cart
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People discovered a new level of comfort when modern recliners were introduced in the late 1920s. Your back can be reclined or the footrest can be raised with the touch of a button or lever. Having so many recliners to choose from today, you can have all the comfort you need in any look you want, but too many choices can be overwhelming to choose one that’s right for you.
For people with body aches or spinal conditions, a recliner may provide extra neck and lumbar support. There is no one size fits all when it comes to recliners. You can use this guide to determine what you’re looking for to best suit your individual needs.
When Replacing a TV Recliner
The average lifespan of a good recliner is 15 to 20 years. There are times when chairs fail, whether it is a mechanical, electrical, or aesthetic issue. If a screw or bolt is lost, it can completely disable the recliner.
The motor, internal mechanisms, broken springs, and upholstery can often be diagnosed and repaired by a furniture repairperson. The cost of repairing could be minimal. However, most reclining chair repairs cost between $200 and $350. You’ll pay much less than if you bought a brand new chair. Before you buy a new chair, consider getting a repair estimate if your chair is well within its 20-year lifespan.
Recliner Buyer’s Guide
It may surprise you to learn that recliners are much bigger than you think, and when reclined, they can even take up more space than you think. The ideal place for a recliner probably comes to mind when you’re considering purchasing one. Get a general measurement of the room and measure that space where you want it to go.
You should measure all the furniture in the room with it. Ensure that it can get through all the doorways. Allow at least five to ten inches of space between the wall and the head of the recliner at full extension. Allow at least five to ten inches of space between the foot of the recliner and the coffee table if you plan to place one in front of it.
Especially if you want to match fabric colors with other colors in the room, such as upholstery, drapes, or walls, take a picture of the room and show it to the salesperson. If a recliner will fit in your room, ask a salesperson for a second opinion.
All types of fabrics are available for recliners, including leather, faux leather, performance fabrics, and soft fabrics like chenille, microfiber, and velvet. Pets and children will appreciate the softness, thickness, and stain-resistance of performance fabric. In addition to being easier to clean than most other fabrics, leather is also a good choice for homes with children and pets. Colors are also available in a variety of options.
The size of a recliner varies from petite (5 feet, 4 inches or less) to extra tall (6 feet, 3 inches or more). It is best to choose the chair size based on the person who will be using it the most. For a small recliner, you should have at least 35 inches of width. In order to accommodate a medium recliner, you will need a space that is at least 40 to 45 inches wide. At least 50 inches of width is required for the largest recliners. Since every manufacturer has different dimensions, it helps to try them on in a showroom.