When you think of seating furniture, you think of Chairs & Sofas, however, the options of Seating Furniture for your humble abode isn’t limited to them. There are various alternatives present, which better reflect your personal style statement, alongwith extending the functionality of your pre-existing furniture.
When you hear the word ‘Bench’, you may get reminded of park benches, or a classroom bench. We are here to dispel that. Benches constitute a versatile seating option for your home. They come in upholstered as well as non-upholstered versions. There are different shapes & sizes possible in benches suitable for your Living Room.
You can accommodate them around your coffee table, and sit comfortably with your family & guests. They can also be placed near entrances, along with the shoe rack, to ease your footwear donning hassle.
A settee is a type of seating that usually accommodates two people. Settees have a non-upholstered body and have arm support as well, thus separating them from benches. There is cushioning on the seating surface, making them comfortable to sit on. Settees, unlike typical sofas, are generally better suited as an alternative seating option, rather than as the main seating. The seat and arm areas of some settees may be upholstered for added comfort, but the majority of the upholstery on a settee remains bare.
Pouffes is a wonderful addition to your home’s seating furniture arrangement. It effortlessly adds extra seating space, and can even double-up as an accessory to your sofa, coffee table, or as a footrest. Pouffes are almost always upholstered, and made of colourful fabric. They boost the vibrancy of your living room, or wherever you place them. Pouffes are usually round and square shaped, and upholstered with different fabrics finishes, such as cotton, jute, leatherette and more.
Chowki is an indigenious sitting solution. They have been quite common in rural India since centuries.Their low seating height keeps you connected to your roots. Chowkis have four feet, and cushioned upholstery for sitting. You can even keep them in your Pooja room, or use them as little footrests for your living room’s sofa.