2. Construction is Key . . .
Sit, lean back, or lie down. Check it out. Is it comfortable? Do your feet touch the floor? Is the seat deep enough? Whether you prefer a taller back or a shorter seat, softer or firmer cushion options, you can decide.
Compare dimensions, height, or depth of the seat, back cushions, as well as arm height. Comfort rules here, just as with your mattress. If all these work for you, it’s a good option.
Price can also determine components such as solid wood, or compressed fiberboard, and definitely making a difference in stability and long term use.