Types of Reclining Chair

Traditional Recliner

The traditional, two-position recliner is a staple in living rooms around the world. The recliner functions by reclining when a lever or button is pushed that releases the seat back into the down position and the footrest into the up position. This type of recliner is better suited for bigger rooms, as about 3 feet of space is needed behind it to allow the seatback to fully recline.

Wall-Hugger Recliner

Wall-hugger recliners are a huge favorite among those looking to conserve space. Wall-hugger recliners sit up straighter and therefore can be pressed directly up against a wall, using far less space. They also often have a more limited range of motion and a resting position that is easier to get in and out of.

The Power Recliner

This recliner is nice for those who like to be able to choose how far to recline at the push of a button. It is also good for those who have physical limitations and need the assistance of a motorized recliner to get comfortable. These automated recliners are available in a variety of colors and materials and allow the user to truly customize their experience for their particular needs at a given time. 


Push-back recliners do not have a built-in footrest. Also referred to as a flex-back recliner, this type of เก้าอี้เอนหลัง requires only that you push back into the seat for the chair to recline. The back is the only part of the chair that moves, so it takes up less space than rocker or two-position recliners. If you need a footrest, ottomans can be paired with the chair to accommodate your needs. These chairs are typically modern in design, with sleek lines and priced similarly to two-position chairs.

Rocker Recliner Chairs

These recliners are built with a unique internal mechanism. While in the sitting position, you experience a rhythmic rocking sensation that will lull you into relaxation. Then you can use the reclining function to lay back and sink into the plush cushions of this type of reclining chair. This type of recliner is perfect for new parents trying to rock their babies into a peaceful night’s sleep. Older people also tend to enjoy this recliner because it can lessen the severity of back pain and alleviate strain on pressure points more effectively than a classic recliner.

Wall Hugging Recliners

This type of reclining chair is perfect for homes short on space. With a wall-hugging recliner, you recline away from the wall without moving the chair’s position, so you get the benefits of a classic recliner without taking up all the floor space in your living room.

Power Lift Recliner Chair

The very cushy pillows and armrests offer the most relaxing seat as you sink right in. The power controls on the chair mean you only have to lift one finger to find the most comfortable recline position. The power controls also make it easy to get in and out of even when you’re tired or not feeling well. Another thing I really like about this chair is its space-saving design. It allows the chair can bring you the utmost comfort in almost any room.

It has a handy side pocket that is perfect for storing magazines and the remote. The wood frame guarantees durability and that you’ll be able to enjoy this chair for years to come. The price of this chair makes it a great value.

Wing Chairs

Wingback chairs immediately bring an element of fashion and class to your room. It is comfortable, heavily upholstered, and also improves your body posture. Although wingback chairs are more in the traditional genre, it can fit right into your contemporary aesthetics if you choose the right materials and patterns that complement your overall home decor. This high back wing chair (paired with a Chair throw) is placed in a cozy corner at home where one can read a book after a tiring day with a sip of warm tea/ coffee.