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Modern High Back Chairs: Classic Comfort

Modern High Back Chairs will be today’s theme! A high-back chair is a chair that has a taller backrest to support both your head and neck. In terms of appearance, high back chairs are more comprehensive and higher, comforting you and your space design. High Back Chairs usually have a more classic look but there is no comparison in comfort! These chairs can give you classic comfort with a modern design twist. Let’s browse some examples now.

Modern High Back Chairs

Classic Comfort with a Modern twist

neutral white and black hallway design

This hallway design portrays how a modern high back chair can look in a very clean and monochromatic ambience. Filled with black and white hues, the upholstered velvet high back DAVIS armchair fits and fills this space perfectly.

See also: Dining Chairs and Dining Tables: The Perfect Match

modern hallway design with brown armchair

DAVIS Armchair this time in a more sophisticated atmosphere. The contrast of neutral tones, like the brown upholstery with the golden details of the CAY Side Table, gives the room a sense of extra comfort and is still very trendy.

modern high back chair

DAVIS Armchair is a wing and high back armchair inspired by the Davis Sea, along the coast of East Antarctica. With a velvet upholstered, this armchair has lacquered legs which give it a touch of character that fits into any modern interior.

modern hallway design with high back unique design chair

High Back Chairs have a tendency to look classic, and sometimes can be difficult to picture them in a modern interior. The key is to choose a modern high back chair that has a unique design – and NAMIB Armchair is the perfect example.

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modern hallway with high back purple chair

NAMIB Armchair has for sure a different aesthetic from the usual armchairs. But this is the epitome of how modern high back chairs could and should look like in modern interiors.

modern high back chair in yellow

NAMIB armchair pays tribute to one of the oldest deserts in the world. This high back armchair upholstered has legs in high gloss black lacquered, while embodies a very powerful and invigorating personality. This armchair promises to amaze everyone in any interior it is in.

modern neutral hallway design

Modern High back chairs are usually associated with one of the home divisions which is libraries. With their character full of comfort and inviting design, these armchairs seem tailor-made to them. In this library design, IGUAZU Armchair takes all the spotlight.

modern hallway with white armchair

The same chair but with a completely different essence. This is the power of modern high back chairs. they can adapt to every interior, bringing out the best of them. In this hallway design, IGUAZU adds comfort to a room that is already extremely well filled.

iguazu armchair

IGUAZU is a wing high back chair that combines the strength and beauty of the Iguazu Falls. This contemporary velvet armchair has matte lacquered legs and is the ideal addition to any interior.

See also: Modern Leather Chairs: Promised Elegance

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