I happen to be someone who gets excited about the advances in modern furniture and the technology that is starting to become part and parcel of the modern home. I am a particular fan of anything that assists a comfortable living, and take time out of my day to explore what modern, technologically advanced beds, sofas or chairs might have recently been launched into the furniture retail market. If I do come across anything that sparks an interest and crosses certain ‘comfort’ boxes, I will quickly take my chance to go out and test such items, with the premise being to purchase said units or items of furniture should they live up to the reviews I would have just been digesting. You might consider this habit of mine something of a retail therapy type of activity, and I will certainly admit that it does bring joy and happiness to my days, as well as many other emotions while investigating, reading, traveling to buy the items and then getting home, ready to find the perfect location for the new furniture, and eventually enjoying that first moment of taking my seat or laying down to trial the newly fitted unit of furniture for the first time in my residential space. So I would actually agree that it is totally therapeutic, and why not if it makes me happy then surely it is a good thing, so long as I can afford it right? Am I right or am I right?
However, with all this being said about the modern units of furniture, and the new innovative ways of improving the feeling of comfort during the experience or using those furnishings, I have to say and be clear that there is one certain item of furniture that comes from our past, having been around for many, many years, that I find almost impossible to beat. When it comes to one seater chairs (not sofas), I firmly believe that the rocking chair is the epitome of comfortable living room seating. Of course there are good quality rocking chairs and bad quality chairs, so some of you who may have experienced the later may not agree with me, but I am fairly confident that the readers who have had the pleasure of enjoying some quality time rocking back and forth while reading the favourite literature, will be in agreement with me, in that you simply cannot beat it when it comes to comfort with any other one-seater type chair. I would like to even put this to the test and challenge any one of you who are reading this article to please reach out to us and send us in your vote for most comfortable one seater chair, if you think it beats the rocking chair and you have some valid reasons, then I would love to hear of them. In all honesty I would actually be happy if any of you can prove me wrong, because then it would mean that I get the opportunity to enjoy another great experience, in sourcing and journeying out to try, test and perhaps purchase a new item of furniture for my home.