Get ready to perch your booty on luxuriously comfy chair, or park your backside on a freakishly cool contemporary chair. With furniture from Moustache, Sternzeit Design and Indian Hub, rest assured you’ll be sitting easy real soon.
We at Fy like to think that chairs are a pretty damn important. After a long hard day at work, or a hungover Sunday morning after a heavy night, a cosy chair to plonk down on in front of the TV is simply the best. Make sure your heinie has a grade A chair to sit on, complete with fluffy cushioning and supportive arm rests - trust us, it’s an investment you won’t regret.
We have a wide range of styles and colours on offer, as well as a strong selection of big, small and medium chairs. So whether you have a pokey one bedroom apartment or a mahoosive mansion in need of decorating, we’ve got just the chair for you. With fast shipping across all our products don’t let scary postage fees hold you back, either.
From your kitchen counter stools to huge living room armchairs to curl up into, as well as bedroom chairs that you chuck your clothes on (heck, even tiny bathroom stools to stack magazines on), you can really never have too many chairs - so get shopping!
What Type Of Chair Should You Buy
Now, as you can probably tell from having a glance over this page, there’s all sorts of chair designs out there. Let us break down the main ones:
Stools are also a standard chair design, and have many uses in the home. Stools are chairs without a back or arms, typically resting on three or four legs on a single pedestal. They look great under counter surfaces, but also holding plants on top in corners of rooms. From space-saving, stackable stools to tall, retro style counter stools, get your stool fix here. We’re totally obsessed with Vitamen’s dazzling bright yellow stool, but Indian Hub’s mango wood bar stool should be your go to if you’ve got a thing for the industrial aesthetic. Royal Dream’s New Zealand sheepskin stool is also catching our eye - especially for a cosy bedroom look.
Benches are a quirky type of chair design that’s making a real comeback. A bench is a long seat that several people can cuddle up on. Check out Kommod’s Baenkk bench in a stunning natural ash wood, and prop it against a kitchen wall or under a long dining room table.
Next up: the dining chair. Now, this is pretty self-explanatory, but let us spell it out to you just in case. Dining chairs are chairs for the dining room. They usually comprise a supportive upright back so you can eat comfortably. Get a set to pop around a nice wooden dining table, or mix and match for a funky design. Check out Indian Hub’s mango wood and metal dining chair, or Nordic Tales’ interesting looking moth chair in a sleek oiled oak.
An armchair is a large, comfortable chair with side supports - aka, the ultimate chill out chair. This is an absolute must for living rooms, and is where snoozing granddads and pets are normally found. Sternzeit Design’s Supernova chair in blue is a great example of one, with a gently sloping seat rest and softly padded velvet custom making it hella dreamy. We’re also feeling Sternziet Design’s Retrostar rocker for an arm chair that will gently lull you to sleep.
How To Match Your Chair To Your Home Decor
As previously said, pretty much every room in your abode could do with a chair. But, a dining room chair would look quite odd in a bedroom, whereas an armchair would be excessive in a bathroom (well, unless of course you’ve got a vampy bathroom complete with a free standing bath and glitzy mirror furnishings - if this is you by the way we’re extremely jealous). That being said, there’s got to be some unity among all these different chairs in all your varying rooms. If you’re not quite sure how to do this then no fret, we’ve got some basic tidbits below to help you suss out this home decor business.
The Mid-century modern design is our personal fave, and is basically a house that looks like it belongs straight out a Mad Men set. Offt. To get this look, veer straight towards Sternzeit Design Retrostar lounge rocker in a snazzy pink velvet lining and then throw some pop art-inspired prints on the walls for a groovy finishing touch. With its generously padded, slightly curved seat and back, which has a steel suspension, it offers optimum comfort. All of which makes this a great addition for your living room.
If your kitchen is decked out in wooden furnishings and wholesome ceramics covered in farm animals then you’ll be looking for rustic chairs. Indian Hub have a great range of chairs, coming in mango wood, ash wood and oak. Try out their swirly mango wooden chair with metal legs, or go for the reclaimed wood dining chair if you’re looking for a darker addition for your dining table.
If you’ve got a contemporary feel to your home, then Moustache have a wickedly bold purple chair made from tubular steel bended into a clean, sculptural shape. Or go for Indian Hub’s wooden stool with a cowhide base.
Whatever you do, just remember that this is your home so you have to follow your gut instinct. If it’s telling you to go for Vij5’s strap stool with dark blue straps then go for it! As long as you’re vibing with it then you’ve nailed it.