Recliner chairs have typically been oversized pieces of furniture that take up a large amount of space and have a huge price tag. Recliner chairs have come a long way and are now more affordable, more attractive and sleeker, all while providing the same level of comfort as their predecessors. Now you can even get recliner chairs that massage aching muscles. Prepare to battle your roommates for access to the most comfortable chair in your home.
Recliner chairs give users the option of comfortably sitting upright or comfortably sitting in the reclined position. The keyword is comfort. What makes the recliner comfortable is its ability to lift a user’s feet off the floor and lean their body backward, improving circulation and reducing pressure on the joints and lower back. This is a huge benefit to the elderly, those with back issues, pregnant women and anyone who has sore and aching muscles at the end of a long day. Recliner chairs typically have a high back that allows users to comfortably rest their head, which relieves pressure on their neck.
In the past, recliner chairs have been oversized pieces of furniture that weren’t conducive to small spaces. Now, customers can choose from a wide range of recliner chairs, because one thing everyone has in common is that they want to feel comfortable.
1. Homall Single Recliner Chair
For a recliner chair that won’t stick out like a sore thumb in your home, we recommend the Homall Single Recliner Chair Padded Seat. The Homall is ideal for small spaces or shorter users who want to be able to easily sit down and get out of their chair. The sleek and sophisticated faux-leather chair is available in red, gray, black, brown and beige (shown here). The fabric is gentle on the skin and can be easily wiped clean after accidental spills. The chair has a pushback design that includes an adjustable footrest and is made with a steel frame and thick foam padding. The Homall also includes a massage function with various vibration modes and a timer setting.
Pros: Four durable feet with non-marking pads hold up the alloy steel frame recliner and won’t mark or scrape floors.
Cons: The chair back may feel too short for taller users.
2. JUMMICO Fabric Recliner Chair
Keep your modern aesthetic with the compact JUMMICO Fabric Recliner Chair. The pushback style recliner chair is covered in breathable fabric that will feel cool on hot days and provide a comfortable place to rest year-round. A waist vibration massage function is included in the chair and users can control the eight levels of vibration using the connected remote control. The recliner can be adjusted from 90 to 165 degrees and a freely adjustable footrest provides an added element of comfort and relief for sore muscles. Made with a durable steel frame, assembly for the Jummico is fast and straightforward.
Pros: Customers can choose from several attractive colors, including gray shown here, as well as red, brown, beige and blue.
Cons: The Jummico only has a max weight limit of 265 pounds.
3. Esright Massage Recliner Chair
The biggest problem with the Esright Massage Recliner Chair is that once you’re seated, you won’t want to get out. The ultra-thick padding on the PU-leather recliner provides a comfortable base that is accented by a supportive headrest and footrest. The ergonomic design of the chair includes padding on the back, seat and armrests. Breathable and easy to clean, the Esright has a smooth rocking function and can swivel 360°. A remote control lets users choose from a variety of massage and heat settings for maximum relaxation.
Pros: The Esright has convenient cup holders on each armrest and front and side pockets for remotes, phone, glasses and other small items.
Cons: The Esright has a max weight limit of 300 pounds but may still be too short to accommodate all users comfortably.
4. Mcombo Electric Power Lift Recliner Chair
Because of their height and deep seats, recliners can be difficult to get into and out of, but the Mcombo Electric Power Lift Recliner Chair solves that problem. The fully electric recliner uses a counter-balanced lift mechanism that lifts the entire chair in the air, helping users exit the chair with minimal effort. The electric controls also mean users can easily adjust the angle of the chair without any force. The Mcombo includes full back support, overstuffed arms and built-in springs. Users can choose from a variety of colors in both a fabric and faux-leather material. Convenient features like double cup holders and pockets on each side of the chair finish off a luxurious design.
Pros: The Mcombo features USB charging ports where users can power their small electronics.
Cons: The Mcombo is lacking in padding on the seat and users may need to add a pillow.