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Since getting our couch, I’ve been on the look-out for two armchairs to replace our love seat. The love seat is one of the few pieces of furniture that has hung around since grad school days (read: not my taste anymore at all). Since the couch is such a strong piece and so masculine. I’m looking for reasonably priced armchairs to balance it out. I’d prefer to buy vintage and buy local for way less than $400 a chair, but if budget was no issue I’d probably get one of these. They are all great options!

Manhattan Chair Target

Manhattan Chair  from Target  for  $195

Wildon Home Chair Walmart

Wildon Home San Augustine Chair from Walmart for $265

Madeline Chair Urban Outfitters

Madeline Chair from Urban Outfitters for $379 

St Charles Willow Arm Chair Overstock

St Charles Willow Arm Chair from Overstock.com for  $190

Turquoise Clyborn Loft Chair Target

Turquoise Clyborn Loft Chair from Target for $380 

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Ergo Ergo Stool

Lately, making little changes has produced major results for us. I’m halfway considering adding an exercise ball in place of my desk chair for all or part of the day. The main setback is that I think it looks so ridiculous! I think this ergonomically designed stool called the Ergo Ergo would be a very happy medium. It costs about the same as an exercise ball + chair kit, but it looks interesting and not necessarily out of place in an office if you decided to roll your regular desk chair back in for part of the afternoon. They seem to be mostly for sale at quirky modern art museum stores, which probably bodes well for them!

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