Recliners. Bring additional comfort to your living room with a new recliner.

Before you start exploring your options, we’re going to make the process easier for you by answering frequently asked questions.
Why should you buy a recliner?
If you ever had the urge to just kick back and relax at the end of an exhausting day, a recliner can be exactly what you need. Whether manually adjusting your body into the best position of comfort, or experiencing the exciting modern features of a power recliner, you can melt into the upholstery with the right support and accommodation for your back.
What type of recliner you should choose?
First, you need to consider how many features of comfort you would like to have. Do you want a powered base? A lift setting? A massage recliner? Do you need a wall-hugger mechanism? How about USB ports or cupholders? There are so many options to choose from and comfort is something you shouldn't compromise when it comes to recliners. Next, you should think about size, upholstery, and style. If you have space limitations in your living room, a small size recliner with a wall-hugger feature can be the right fit for you. However, if you are looking for something bigger, pick a recliner with deep, wide seating to better accommodate your body. When choosing upholstery, you might prioritize style or comfort. Usually, people prefer a soft fabric to add a cozy touch to their reclining piece, but if style and durability also matter to you, we recommend leather above everything else.
What is a wall-hugger recliner?
The wall-hugger mechanism can help you save space in your living room layout, especially if you live in a small environment. They only need about half a foot of distance from the wall when fully reclined. The chair moves forward, instead of backward and you won't have to worry about scratching the paint on your wall.
Why are lift recliners important?
If you have an injury, disabilities, or an elderly person in your home, the lift recliners can be of great assistance. They will do all the work for you and smoothly move your body in or out of your seat using power motion.
Does the recliner have to match your sofa?
Not necessarily, just make sure they share a common element. It can be the same type of upholstery, color, or style, as long as it matches the overall design of your living room. Take a look at the many options available in this section and choose the best fit for your home.