Choosing the chair for your nursery is not just about style and comfort; it's about creating a space where you and your baby can bond and create lasting memories. The right chair can make those late-night feedings and early morning cuddles a little bit easier. In this blog post, we'll explore the importance of a nursery chair, the different types available, and how to choose the perfect one for you and your little one. So grab a cozy blanket, sit back, and let's dive into the world of nursery chairs.
Nursery: The Chair
Finding the perfect chair for the nursery turned out to be one of the most challenging items for the room. I had a wish list: I wanted it to be comfortable, affordable, and stylish. A lot to ask? Apparently. We both figured if we're going to invest money in a chair it had to be something that we really liked and that worked with the rest of our home.
We shopped around and soon I started to feel a bit like Goldilocks. Too big. Too small. Not tall enough to support my head when I pass out from exhaustion... etc, etc. Here's a look at what we found:
The gorgeous Canadian made Monte Gliders. I loved the style of these, really modern and clean lined. We tried out a few in store at Westcoast Kids and for the most part they were pretty comfortable, though I did find some of them to be a bit small in person. Biggest issue: price. All of these are in the $1000 plus range, eeeee.
A lot of people go with your standard Dutalier glider and, I must admit, these babies are comfortable. Unfortunately, they're just not our style and I can't justify spending even a few hundred dollars on a chair I didn't really like.
Little Castle Monaco Glider: I sat in this one at Finesse Kids and oh, baby was it comfortable! The problem, it was over $1200 (plus, if I got the piping I loved) and it took over 3 months to order in.
There were a ton of other gorgeous options I found online, but I really wanted to be able to sit in the chair before I bought it and prices for shipping were turning out to be a bit steep.
I am happy to say we did eventually find a winner! Enter the Karbon Swivel Glider from EQ3. It bears a striking resemblance to the Monte Grano Recliner but at half the price. Luckily, they had this chair in store at the Bay (did you know the Bay carries the EQ3 line?) so I could pop in and give it a try. It's comfortable, stylish, matches our decor and, compared to the $1000+ options, relatively affordable.
Choosing the right chair for your nursery is an important decision that can greatly enhance your comfort and convenience during those precious moments with your little one. From rocking chairs to gliders, there are many options available to suit your needs and personal style. Whether you prioritize functionality or aesthetics, finding a chair that provides ample support and promotes relaxation is key. Don't forget to consider factors such as durability, ease of cleaning, and additional features like reclining or swiveling capabilities. By taking the time to select the perfect chair for your nursery, you can create a cozy and inviting space where you can bond with your baby in comfort. If you have any questions or would like further assistance in choosing the right chair for your nursery, let us know in the comments below. We're here to help!
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the message of the chairs?
Ionesco admitted that "The Chairs" is primarily about "nothingness," which reflects his incapacity to confront the realities of his period. It is possible to interpret the Old Man and Old Woman as representing their disorganized ideas about the current world, which they loathe, as feeling crowded by the invisible crowd.
What does the title the chairs signify?
The Old Man and Old Woman set up seats for their phantom guests, giving The seats its name. Perhaps the audience is supposed to be reminded of their own seats by the arrangement of these chairs. The play's title might draw the audience's attention to this even more.
What did the chairs represent in the play the chairs?
The lack of language stability is partly a function of the chairs on the stage. Speeches are distorted as a result of the mechanical movement of the seats, which knocks people out of their senses. Chairs represent the emptiness of human existence.