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What is the best lounge chair? When winter winds blow outside, not much sounds better than curling up in a big fluffy lounge chair, to doze under a soft fleece throw or enjoy a hot cup of cocoa and a good book. Whatever your relaxing intention may be, these 10 favorite chairs will let you lounge the cold days away.

Eames® Lounge Chair and Ottoman by Herman Miller

No comfortable lounge chair conversation would be complete without the Eames® Lounge Chair (which itself isn’t complete without the coordinating ottoman). This mid-century modern classic by Charles & Ray Eames is equal parts plush seating and luxurious status symbol. A vast number of leather and, now, mohair upholstery options and wood veneer finishes allow you to customize your comfort exactly as you see fit.

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Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman by Herman Miller

Field Lounge Chair by Blu Dot

Imagine snuggling up in this cozy contraption. The soft lumbar pillow gives support whereas the gentle angle of the seat eases you into relaxation. It’s already a modern classic.

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Field Lounge Chair by Blu Dot

Bacharach Swivel Chair

Ensconce yourself in velvet the socially acceptable way in the Bacharach Swivel Chair by Jonathan Adler. The king of maximalist luxe style spared no cush nor plush in devising this utterly sumptuous seat.

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Bacharach Swivel Chair

CH445 Wing Lounge Chair by Carl Hansen

The CH445 Wing Lounge Chair from Carl Hansen is wicked comfortable. Pointed curves give the chair a slightly dangerous look, with a frame that tilts the seat back just so to encourage a sitter to lean back and relax.

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CH445 Wing Lounge Chair by Carl Hansen

Bank Lounge Chair by Blu Dot

The Bank Lounge Chair by Blu Dot has a structured look, but is super comfortable in its full surround of cushions. A recent addition to the upholstery offerings—Mink Velvet—makes it even cushier and more luxurious.

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Bank Lounge Chair by Blu Dot

Channeled Accent Chair by Urbia

This is one charming little chair. It is short and stout, with thick curves that beckon you to curl up in them. And even with its friendly, “let me give you a hug” character, it still manages to look quite sophisticated. Channel tufting gives the otherwise barrel shape a tailored look, while slim polished brass legs provide a touch of bling.

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Channeled Accent Chair by Urbia

Godot Lounge Chair by Menu

With its squared-off frame and slim metal legs, from the back you’d never suspect how curvy and comfortable Menu's Godot Lounge is. But then you move around to the front and are met by the uber-generous (but still neatly tailored) curves of the seat. You can almost feel the chair hug you before you even sit down. The Godot Lounge manages to look perfectly contemporary and feel perfectly comfortable at the same time.

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Godot Lounge Chair by Menu

Lodge Chair by Gus Modern

The Lodge Chair by Gus Modern pairs a quintessentially miminalist profile with cushy comfort. The bent laminate walnut frame speaks to a mid-century viewpoint and remain wholly supportive when you’re curled up with a good book.

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Lodge Chair by Gus Modern

Bandas by Gan Rugs

The Bandas chaise and chairs by Gan Rugs are essentially large overstuffed cushions fitted into a chair position in a minimal wood frame. This collection is rounded out with poufs, pillows and rugs, all great additions down low in front of the fireplace.

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Bandas Collection by Gan Rugs

Grand Repos Lounge Chair by Vitra

For a relaxing lounge chair, the Grand Repos works pretty hard. For this design, Antonio Citterio developed a special internal synchronized mechanism, which automatically adjusts to keep the chair perfectly balanced and provides support whether someone is sitting upright or reclining. The cozy and secure feel of the chair is completed by the deeply curved headrest and arms.

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Grand Repos Lounge Chair by Vitra