It might not be everyone's idea of an easy chair, but by all accounts, the Fritz Hansen Lily armchair is a comfortable place to kick back.
Why? Well, this 1970s Arne Jacobsen design uses what's described as 'an extremely complicated moulded process' for the right curves for comfort. So even if it made of a laminated stained veneer, it's still going to be supporting all the right places.
But if it's still a little hard for you, you can always opt for the leather upholstered version. Finished off with those chrome legs, you can pick up the Lily armchair from around £1,089.