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Here's a life lesson we'll always stand by: When it comes to cozy living room ideas, you shouldn't have to sacrifice style for comfort and coziness. With these incredible comfy chairs, you no longer have to choose—meaning you can have the best of both worlds, and your home's decor—whether it's modern rustic or contemporary—can benefit to boot. After all, why purchase something unsightly just for the comfort factor—and conversely, why settle for a firm, uncomfortable chair just because it fits in nicely with your existing farmhouse decor?

Here, we've scoured the web and picked out the best comfy chair options so you can start relaxing as soon as possible. What follows are the absolute most comfortable chairs for curling up with a book, watching your favorite movie, or simply spending time talking with friends and neighbors over a drink. The best part, of course, is that none of our options will break the bank—promise! If you thought you'd have to splurge in order to find the perfect comfy chair, think again. Plus, most of these double as cute bedroom chairs, meaning you can get all your shopping done in one place. Some even come with throw pillows!

Settle in, stay cozy, and let's get shopping.

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Whether you're a hardcore PC gamer, or just playing the new Nintendo Switch OLED Model, you need the right chair. Gaming chairs typically offer more cushioning, more neck and lumbar support, and are more adjustable than standard office chairs. So much so, in fact, that many people prefer gaming chairs to office chairs even when they're doing light work at the computer. (Gaming chairs are also really cool-looking, compared with oft-boring office chairs.)

Looking to improve your game -- or your sitting situation? Or just looking for a great holiday gift for the gamer in your life? The gaming chair options ahead from Amazon, Staples, Wayfair and more, all under $200, won't break the bank.

GTRacing Pro Series GT099

GTRacing Pro Series GT099

The Pro Series GT099 gaming chair from GTRacing has a motor-sport-inspired shape and ergonomic design. The height is adjustable, and it comes with lumbar and headrest cushions. Place it in its upright mode to work or recline it a bit for gaming. This chair comes in eight colors, from classic black to pink.

GTRacing Pro Series GT099, $130 (reduced from $190)

$130 at GTRacing


High back gaming chair

High Back Gaming Chair

This uber-affordable gaming chair from Amazon has an adjustable lumbar support and headrest pillow. Find it in seven colors. 

High back gaming chair, $75 (reduced from $85)

$75 at Amazon


Staples Emerge Vartan bonded leather gaming chair

Staples Emerge Vartan Bonded Leather Gaming Chair

This bonded leather gaming chair from Staples is height adjustable and offers tilt tension, a tilt lock, adjustable arms and a 135-degree reclining seat. It has a removable head pillow and lumbar pillow and comes in four colors. 

Staples Emerge Vartan bonded leather gaming chair, $180 (reduced from $270)

$180 at Staples


GTRacing ACE-M1 gaming chair

GTRacing ACE-M1

The cold-cured foam cushions in this GTRacing chair mold to the shape of your body for maximum comfort. This chair offers 90- to 170-degree reclining and a height-adjustable seat, plus comes in four colors. 

GTRacing ACE-M1, $200 (reduced from $360)

$200 at GTRacing


Respawn PC and racing game chair

Respawn PC & Racing Game Chair

This height-adjustable gaming chair has a 155-degree tilt with an infinite angle lock, allowing you to choose your best position. The extendable footrest, meanwhile, gives this gaming chair a recliner feel. Choose from 17 colors.

Respawn PC and racing game chair, $180 (reduced from $350)

$180 at Wayfair


Staples Emerge Vortex bonded leather gaming chair

Staples Emerge Vortex Bonded Leather Gaming Chair

This gaming chair from Staples has lumbar support, seat height adjustment, tilt tension and tilt lock. Its arms flip up, so you can easily get in and out of the chair fast. Find it in five colors.

Staples Emerge Vortex bonded leather gaming chair, $160 (reduced from $230)

$160 at Staples


Zipcode Design Lowndes ergonomic gaming chair

Zipcode Design Lowndes Ergonomic Gaming Chair

If you're seeking a subtle, modern look, opt for this gaming chair in black with an integrated headrest and lumbar support. It also comes in eight other hues and offers seat-height adjustment and tilt-lock and tilt-tension control.

Zipcode Design Lowndes ergonomic gaming chair, $154 (reduced from $268)

$154 at Wayfair


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The reading chair is a funny classification because it’s not really official by any furniture standard. When we talk about reading chairs, we mean seats that promote relaxation, security and protection from the demands of the world outside your book (including the harsh demands of gravity).

You could say the reading chair is the evolutionary high point of sitting down. A good reading chair is one you can stay in for hours and hours, poring through detective novels, newspapers or websites like this one. You could even watch TV in a reading chair — we’re really not sticklers about the term. It’s possible you have one already — one that you’ve been carrying with you move after move after move. But if you don’t, here are some more than worthy options.

1Poäng Armchair

$79 AT IKEA

The Poäng is four decades old, and it’s one of the few early Ikea designs to enjoy popularity throughout every stage of the Swedish dorm outfitter’s long history. How has it lasted so long? While it’s not the standard of design excellence, it’s cheap, lightweight, good-looking and easy to care for — a much sought-after and unfortunately rare set of attributes.

2Skiles Wide Armchair

$183 AT WAYFAIR

It's plush, it's inviting and it's under $200. Find comfort in the Skiles chair, especially knowing you got a good deal on a great chair.

3Book Nook Armchair

$499 AT WEST ELM

When you think about a reading chair, you may conjure up a tall, wide chair that takes up an entire corner of a room. They don’t have to be that. West Elm’s Book Nook chair is built for those of us without the square-footage to accommodate other options on this list. A simple wheat-colored upholster job covers a compact, pleasantly priced wood-framed chair. Plus, the armrests dip just enough to keep your elbows rested and a book squarely in front of your face.

4Rivet North End Wood Accent Living Room Arm Chair

$430 AT AMAZON

Rivet is one of Amazon’s in-house furniture brands and it’s vaguely mid-century modern. Amazon says that the pieces are “sure to turn heads,” which isn’t really true. The North End accent chair does the opposite — it’s the ideal corner reading chair for those who would rather keep it low-key, and there’s not a damn thing wrong with that.

5Tuxedo Chair

$649 AT THE INSIDE

The Inside makes well-designed furniture at lower-than-retail price points. The chair looks as if someone took a box and carved out a little nook to sit in. For picky people, there are over 100 design options for the chair so it can fit your home design aesthetic. We're fans of the tall arm height so you can comfortably rest your arms or lay your head.

6Tia Velvet Chair

$649 AT URBAN OUTFITTERS

Urban Outfitters surprisingly carries a lot of velvet chairs. This retro, '70s-inspired armchair features an interesting curved base, so this reading chair doubles as an accent piece.

7Gabriola Boucle Chair

$479 AT ARTICLE

Article's curvy, deep=set reading chair  carries with it the relaxed and slightly weird vibe of the '70s and '80s. It's also covered in boucle, which serves up a tidy opportunity to present some texture contrast in your living room. Or you could buy a sofa that looks exactly the same. It's your living room. 

8Carlo Mid-Century Chair - Metal Legs

$699 AT WEST ELM

West Elm’s Carlo chair references the mid-century modern furniture zeitgeist, but isn’t the exact same chair that’s been reproduced by every manufacturer under the sun. Looking at the chair from the front, it’s much deeper and more narrow than it appears, imbuing it with a kind of sneaky coziness. West Elm also offers different fabric, color and leg options.

9Penny Lounge Chair

$830 AT INDUSTRY WEST

A chair you can sink into. Industry West is a newer furniture maker putting out riffs on many design eras. This one is mid-century modern, and is made from a walnut frame and a pair of cushions.

10Oxford Weave Soba Armchair

$823 AT INSIDEWEATHER.COM

This boxy chair from Inside Weather offers an inviting place to spend your weekends. There's a nice contrast between the wooden arms and the upholstered seating, and like all Inside Weather furniture, there are endless possibilities for customization.

11Saic Quantam Rocking Chair

$799 AT CB2

According to its designer, the Saic chair "traces the shape of the human body and allows you to become totally immersed in the chair." The ergonomic design cradles your body, creating a safe space from the outside world. As great as the chair is for immersing yourself into a book, it works just as well to rock you to sleep.

12Block Nomad Club Chair

$995 AT BURROW

Burrow’s club chair shares a lot of DNA with its sofa, which is one of our favorite ones you can buy on the internet. It’s easy to assemble, offers up an absurd level of customization, is priced well and, on occasion, goes on sale. Its style is plain, and that’s the point — the brand doesn’t make statement pieces, they make pieces that blend into what you already have.

13Ardis Black Chair

$999 AT CB2

I think it's fair to say this chair is a vibe. Black poly-velvet, extra-wide with an airy and thin base, CB2's Ardis chair provides some shape and material contrast to a reading nook. 

14Hai Lounge Chair

$1,549 AT HEM.COM

The Hem brand is the ideal marriage of high-end design and the online marketplace. Its furniture is beautiful, made with premium materials and designed by some of the brightest creative minds in Europe (it’s based in Stockholm); but it’s also much quicker about shipments, ease of assembly (and disassembly) and customer service than many brick-and-mortar design outlets. The Hai chair epitomizes this. A blend of mid-century shape and contemporary lines, it arrives fully built. It also comes in six colors with the option to add an ottoman.

15New Standard Lounge Chair

$1,279 AT BLUDOT.COM

In a memo sent to eventual co-founding partners Maurice Blanks and Charlie Lazor, John Christakos described an early vision of Blu Dot as follows: “I am still leaning towards smart design for middle-class America. The Shaker thing with the nineties twist, babe.” A couple decades later and the trio’s company has done just that — luxe design that doesn’t get stuck in the rhythms and pomp of luxe design. Available upholstered and in leather, the New Standard lounge sports wide arms, a loose cushion and wiry splayed legs. It’s essentially a throne for regular people.

16Bram

$1,999 AT ROOMANDBOARD.COM

The leather club chair is about as classic as it gets. Room & Board’s offering is more minimal than most — it can be dressed up or down and it looks good with furniture from almost any era. Room & Board also offers free design consultation, white glove delivery and makes the vast majority of its furniture in the US. Prepare for the sickest patina of your life.

17Jack Chair

$1,999 AT SCHOOLHOUSE.COM

Schoolhouse makes good products. From the hardware and home accessories that made it famous to this compact lounge chair, everything is good. The Jack Chair's low-slung arms and minimally tufted cushion is mid-century modern lite at its best. 

18Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman

$6,495 AT HERMANMILLER.COM

“This is the ability to select among the unlimited possibilities and return considerable richness to the world.” That’s how Today Show co-host Lee Meriweather captured Charles and Ray Eames’s ability to make old things new at the release of the Eames Lounge Chair in 1956. If there were a Tolkien-esque “one chair to rule them all,” it would be the Eames’s transcendent lounger. The 20th century’s answer to the 19th century’s club chair was designed to neutralize pressure on the lower back and mimic the look of a baseball mitt (leather folds included). It is unquestionably the most recognizable piece of high design ever conceived on American soil. The chair is made today in much the same way it was in decades past, but nowadays you get to pick leather colors, upholstered cushions, wood veneer finishes and more.

Will PriceAssistant Editor, Home and DesignWill Price is Gear Patrol’s home and drinks editor.

Tyler ChinTyler Chin is Gear Patrol’s Associate Staff Writer.

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