The Lazy Boy recliner is one of the most well-known and respected pieces of furniture around today. Lazy Boy recliners are touted for their durability, comfort, and overall high quality.
History in the making
The famous Lazy Boy recliners were invented by two cousins named Edward Knabusch and Edwin Shoemaker in 1928. The first of its kind, its original name was the Automatic Adjustable Chair, and was mainly used for the outdoors. Once the cousins added upholstery to their recliner chair, Lazy Boy chairs started appearing inside. A contest was held for a new name, and La-Z-Boy won. Nowadays, a variety of spellings are used to refer to this Lazy Boy recliner, including Lazy Boy, Lazyboy and La-Z-Boy.
All Shapes and Sizes
Lazy Boy recliners offer a wide range of options for chair movement, including classic recliners, rocker recliners (which function as both a rocker and a recliner), power lift recliners (the back of the chair tips forward to help you stand), and La-Z-Boy massage recliners. Each offers a unique function that adheres to your idea of comfort.
All Sorts of Textures
Lazy Boy recliners come in a variety of upholstery types, which makes finding the perfect fit for your home easy. Choose from leather, fabric (solids and patterns) or other synthetic fibers. Most Lazy Boy recliners are available in a wide range of colors as well.
The One and Only
Here are few features of La-Z-Boys which make them unique:
Keep on Keepin' on
All Lazy Boy recliners offer some type of warranty, one of the perks to owning these Lazyboy recliners. Warranties range from one year (wood or metal legs, for example) to lifetime (reclining mechanism parts, wood frame parts etc.).