If your legs are shorter than average, then you probably know that finding the best recliner for short people can be difficult. Full sized reclining chairs can be uncomfortable, especially when your feet don’t touch the floor. While you want a recliner that fits your smaller stature, you also don’t want to be the only adult sitting in a child’s recliner.
To help you find the best recliner for your shorter legs, we have some of the most comfortable chairs. Able to offer you plenty of comfortable cushioning, these recliners were also designed to support your shorter legs.
The Best Recliners for Short People
ProLounger Wall Hugger Microfiber Recliner
This recliner for small spaces is also ideal for your shorter legs since it sits lower to the ground. The recliner is upholstered in a durable microfiber material that is easy to clean and looks great with your existing furniture. There is a full pad between the edge of the chair and the foot rest, so your legs are always supported. It can be used in smaller areas since it only needs 4 inches of wall clearance to fully reclines, and the chair back is both comfortable and supportive.
ACME 00632 Arcadia Recliner
This low sitting recliner is soft and comfortable, and will also easily fit into smaller rooms. The microfiber upholstery is easy to maintain and is a stylish addition to your home. The seat can be lowered farther back for added support, and the padded footrest is easy to extend. It is easy to assemble, and designed to be sturdy and long lasting so you can recline in comfort without having to sit in a child sized chair.
Lucas Recliner Club Chair
Not all club chairs look like they belong in a den, and this light colored recliner makes a stylish addition to any living room or even bedroom. The first thing you will notice is that it is a recliner designed for short people. An angled design makes it possible for your feet to touch the ground, without making you feel like you are going to slide out. The seat and back are cushioned for comfort and support, along with the easy to extend footrest. The hardwood frame will let it last a lifetime, and its elegant design will never go out of style.
Christopher Knight Home Leather Recliner Club Chair
This leather reclining club chair is elegant, long lasting and design to support your shorter body frame. The smaller seat lets you comfortable rest against the chair back with your feet touching the floor, to give you all of the support and comfort that you expect from a recliner. The foot extension helps to relieve leg fatigue and relax sore muscles, and the reclining position is perfect for quick naps. It can fit into smaller spaces or blend in with your existing furniture, making it possible for you to finally have the perfect chair for your shorter legs.
TMS Addin Recliner
You can just tell by looking at this recliner that it was made for comfort and support. It has a elegant and contemporary design, and its smaller size lets it fit almost anywhere. The faux leather upholstery is gorgeous and easy to clean, making it a stylish addition to your home. The footrest can be easily extended to give your shorter legs all the support that they need. It sits lower to the floor which keeps your feet from dangling above the ground, and it also fully reclines when you want to take a nap. A convenient side pocket helps you keep track of the TV remote or your reading material, and the recliner can be assembled in minutes.
I have a terrible time finding a recliner to fit my small frame. I’m 4’10” and the seat height from the floor is only part of the problem. a major factor for comfort is seat depth. Even 20 inches is too deep for me to scoot back and have good lumbar support. and a push back mechanism is too difficult. I need a lever at the least to recline the back. Can you recommend a fabric covered recliner for someone as short as me?
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