3 of a kind Arm­chairs

Hav­ing a favourite arm­chair to curl up on at the end of a long day is a treat, so it’s well worth tak­ing the time to find the right one.

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A big, cushy frame is a good way to go if com­fort is your main in­ten­tion and you have space to spare. Slen­der styles with­out chunky arms can be a bet­ter fit if you want an ex­tra seat in the liv­ing room that does not take up too much room. They can also have a more ver­sa­tile func­tion in a din­ing, of­fice or bed­room space. Match­ing it to your sofa is not a must. A bold colour or tex­tured ma­te­rial can make a state­ment piece that lifts the look of your room.


Domo’s Sieges Ado­nis arm­chair brings a bold yet so­phis­ti­cated charm to any liv­ing room. It is a part of their col­lab­o­ra­tion with lux­ury French fur­ni­ture com­pany Grange. Price $6575; domo. domo.com.au­com. au


Choose from hun­dreds of fab­rics to com­ple­ment the trendy look of Fan­tas­ticFa Fur­ni­ture’s Jazz arm­chair with its plump cush­ions and stream­lined arm­sarm and tim­ber legs. Price $349; fanta fan­tas­tic­fur­ni­ture.com.au


The Columbian brownb aged leather com­bined with a riv­et­edr alu­minium shell gives a time­less style to Dove­tailed & Dou­ble-stitched’sD Pic­cadilly chair. Price $880; d dove­tailed­dou­blestitched.com.au

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