204 Asian Chairs

Whether it's a asian rocking chair for the front porch or a cushy armchair for your reading nook, we all need a seat or two (or three) in our home. A recliner or chaise lounge is always a popular living room addition, while a glider, reading chair or massage chair is relaxing in a bedroom. Regardless of what you're looking for, the options are endless, and the search is overwhelming. As you add to your seating options, consider the following in your search. More 
Rosewood Ming Style Chair
$219 $699.00 · Only 1 Left
Simple and elegant, this solid rosewood Ming chair is exquisitely hand-carved with the symbol of Chinese good luck, Ru-Yi, in the center of the back. Constructed with traditional joinery technique by artisans in China. The elegant dark cherry finish rounds out its quiet beauty. It is both pleasant to look at and comfortable to sit on.
Set of 2 Pieces Iron Bamboo Director Chair, White Canvas, 35"H
Our foldable bamboo director chairs are ideal for both the indoors and outdoors, in your home or outdoor patio. Handcrafted with solid bamboo for excellent strength and beauty. These chairs are solidly built with no assembly required. These elegant chairs are ideal for seating in public establishments as well as casual use at home. They are available in a light bamboo color. Fe...More
One Kings Lane
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Kings Grant Chair, Emerald/Gray
A lounge chair (or two) with a really tall back is perfect for masking deep, dark corners. This one is a little on the pricey side, but its chinoiserie style and design are priceless.
“A lounge chair with a really tall back part is perfect for masking deep dark corners. Place one or t” — Suzy Q Mirjam
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Red Quan Chair
The “Quan”, or Round-Backed Armchair the most splendid of classical Ming furniture, which using clean-cut lines and fine production skill, creates the ultimate balance of simplicity and elegance. This version of the Quan recreated strikingly in red pays tribute to the immeasurable contributions of those of the chair’s creation. Recreated in the most contemporary of materials b...More
Oriental Antique Furniture
authentic Antique Chinese Furniture
Pink Faux Bamboo Chair
This faux bamboo chair has that boho feel, and the light pink color really kicks it up a notch!
“Chair” — Ludivine Bourdigal
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Chinese Chippendale Chair
Chinoiserie is still much loved, and the classic Chinese Chippendale chair, whether a valuable Hollywood Regency vintage find or a new reproduction, is a staple. This one comes in three different colors.
“Chair” — ccaldwe
Bamboo Sling Chair
Bamboo Sling chair is handmade from three materials: Bamboo, Leather, Metal. These three materials are known for their flexibility and durability. Laminated Bamboo slats conform to the body and cradle you while providing cool airflow. Leather side straps are durable and conform the moment you sit down - similar to a hammock. Steel frame flat packs for easy moving and transporta...More
“Different bamboo sling” — jhalligood
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What kind of accent chairs do I need?

There are many different styles, so finding the right one to fit in the right spot can be a daunting task. Before shopping for new seating, get a feel for what you're looking for. Are you trying to round out your living room set? Comfort is key, so look for an wingback, chaise lounge or recliner. Want to fill that empty corner in your dining room (and also have additional dining room seating on hand)? Opt for a more casual side or accent chair. Looking for really relax in your bedroom or nursery? Gliders and rockers will put you to sleep in no time. Once you figure out its function, it's easy to narrow down your options.

What style chairs work for my space?

As you pick out the pattern, color and material, start by understanding what you like and what will blend in (or stand out) in your current asian decor. A tufted or wingback club chair gives off an elegant, sophisticated vibe, while an piece with nailhead details or chevron pattern is more contemporary. Bring a pop of color to your space with a bright or multicolored option, or add some much-needed pattern in an all-white room. You can also add style by experimenting with material. Leather and wood are classic options, while an upholstered or plastic piece can veer more modern, depending on the other finishes. When it comes to material, you want to think about both practicality and design; after all, wood and plastic are more durable when little kids or pets are involved since they're easy to wipe up and hard to ruin.

How do I determine whether a recliner or chair is ergonomically correct?

Most often, this applies to office chairs where people spend hours sitting. However, any piece that you spend time in should be ergonomically appropriate. To start, test out all options you’re considering for purchase — your body will innately know whether it’s right for you or not. If it feels good, check out the back support, particularly for kitchen or dining room options that are generally more upright. The lower portion should provide support while being slightly curved to follow the contour of your spine. As for the seat, it should feel comfortable when you first sit down and stay that way for several hours. There should be at least an inch of space between your body and the sides of the furniture to allow for some movement. If you’re looking for an option with arms, make sure their height is proportionate to your body. If they’re too high, you’ll have trouble relaxing your shoulders while your arms are resting.
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