The best way to shop for recliners is to try them out! In
order to know that you’re getting maximum comfort, sit
in them. Try different kinds of designs to learn, not only
what you find most relaxing, but also to learn the level of
comfort that comes from each style. And a comfortable chair
is not necessarily just the one you can sink deeply into; you’ll
also want a chair that provides support at all of your body’s
key stress points.
Keep in mind that reclining furniture can also offer a variety
of add-ons, but that these options typically increase the price.
You may look for different types of releases; rocking or gliding
chairs; cup holders and trays; or even a massaging feature.
All of these options can be offered to increase the comfort
and convenience of your recliner.
Insider Tip – A properly trained salesperson should
flip over the reclining piece to show you construction and
important stress points in a recliner.
Insider Tip – Reclining pieces should open and close
quietly with no binding points.