club chair

noun

Definition of club chair

: a deep low thickly upholstered easy chair often with rather low back and heavy sides and arms

Examples of club chair in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web And the space is outfitted with ample seating, like club chairs upholstered in Casamance plaid men's suiting fabric topped with Holland and Sherry velvet navy pillows. Monique Valeris, ELLE Decor, "A Sophisticated Tribeca Home with an Inspiring Mix of Modern and Traditional Accents," 12 Aug. 2019 My mother brought her a cup of decaf and sat in the club chair closest to her. Camille Bordas, The New Yorker, "Only Orange," 16 Dec. 2019 His house is decorated with leather club chairs, paintings, photographs, marble busts, magic memorabilia, bookshelves with secret doors built into them, and a large and lovingly curated collection of taxidermy. Adam Green, The New Yorker, "How Derren Brown Remade Mind Reading for Skeptics," 30 Sep. 2019 Slung like an afterthought over a leather club chair was the crowning element in her uniform, an Azzedine Alaïa denim biker jacket. New York Times, "Is the Celebrity Editor Becoming Extinct?," 7 Sep. 2019 To heighten the color quotient even more, Ann Getty added club chairs upholstered in a vivid magenta to the seating area around a fireplace. Kate Betts, ELLE Decor, "All in the Family," 17 Aug. 2011 In the living room, paintings from Rob Pruitt’s Panda series mix with club chairs in the style of Émile-Jacques Ruhlmann. Vanessa Lawrence, ELLE Decor, "See Inside Ben Soleimani’s Fast-Paced, Stylish Worlds in California and London," 17 Apr. 2019 For example, if your style is contemporary, Target ‘s neutral-hued Project 62 abstract outdoor rugs, lumbar pillows, club chairs and string lights would blend nicely. Kim Cook, The Seattle Times, "A small but social spot: Trends in front-porch decorating," 26 Mar. 2019 The red velvet club chairs that made 18th-century France feel daringly modern at Paris’s Hôtel Costes back in 1991 catapulted him to global fame. Sarah Khan, Condé Nast Traveler, "How Jacques Garcia Turned an Old Church into London's Hottest Hotel," 23 Aug. 2018

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First Known Use of club chair

1919, in the meaning defined above

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“Club chair.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/club%20chair. Accessed 21 Jan. 2021.

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