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13 Chairs for Master Bedrooms (with Photo Examples)

Here are 13 different styles of chairs and sitting options for your master bedroom (photo examples included - incredible master bedrooms here).

Master Bedroom Suite

Winston Churchill was once asked “Mr. Churchill, to what do you attribute your success in life?”

“Conservation of energy. Never stand up when you can sit down. And never sit down when you can lie down.”

If you view things similarly to Winston Churchill, sitting rooms in bedrooms beg the question – why have a sitting room when lying down is optimal?

I love that Winston Churchill anecdote, but for many activities I prefer sitting… reading, surfing my iPad, thinking to name a few.

If you have a full house with kids, a sitting area in your master bedroom can be a quiet and private sanctuary.  In my view, it’s a wonderful luxury… and the best part you don’t need too much space or all that big of a budget to make it happen.

This article suggest seating options for a master bedroom.

Seating Options at the Foot of Your Bed

1.  The loveseat

This is my favorite bedroom seating option when space is limited.  All you need to do is place a loveseat at then end of the bed and voila, you have a small sitting area.

Loveseat with coffee table at the foot of the bed

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Master bedroom with loveseat at the foot of the bed



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2.  Bench

If you prefer something less expensive and simpler, a simple bench (with or without cushioned seat) offers a decent sitting option – although it’s ideally suited as a sitting option when getting dressed.

long bench placed at the foot of the bed

3.  Ottomans

Ottomans are popular and serve many more purposes than merely a footrest.  they can serve as coffee tables and of course seating.  You can opt for one long rectangle ottoman placed at the foot of your bed or go for two smaller ottoman (round or square) placed at the foot of your bed.

Leather bench at foot of the bed

two ottomons at the foot of the bed in master bedroom


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4.  Chairs

You place one or two sitting chairs at the foot of your bed.

two white reading chairs at the end of a bed

2 plush reading chairs at the end of a bed


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5.  Chaise Lounge

Place a chaise lounge in place of a bench.  This works great.  You can also place a chaise lounge elsewhere in the room.

Chaise lounge at foot of bed

Chaise lounge facing fireplace in luxury master bedroom

Chaise Lounges

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6.  Mini Benches

Instead of one long bench, you can place 2 mini benches side-by-side at the foot of your bed.

2 small benches placed at foot of bed in master bedroom

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1.  Built-in daybeds

A wonderful design feature is a daybed built into the bay of a window.  It’s a great use of space and looks fabulous.

daybed built under the window

2.  Detached daybeds

You can buy a daybed and place it against the wall.  Add some pillows and you’ve created a wonderful sitting area without taking up much space.

daybed in bedroom under window

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Dedicated Reading Area

By “dedicated reading area” I’m referring to one or two reading chairs (or armchairs) angled toward one another.  If space permits, add a small table between the chairs for your mini private lounge area.

Small reading area in master bedroom alcove

Small reading area in master bedroom

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Small Living Rooms in the Master Suite

If space permits (and it does in many of today’s larger master suite designs), you can place a full scale living room in the bedroom – a couple of small sofas, a small L-shaped sectional and/or a couple of reading chairs.  Of course a coffee table will round out the space.

This turns your master suite into a luxury hotel suite making spending time your bedroom a mini-get-away.

Small living room in master bedroom suite

Sofa and chair sitting area in master bedroom

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Desk Area in Your Master Suite

You may love or hate this idea – but if space permits, you can easily add a desk and chair in your bedroom.  Today’s computer age means we spend a great deal of our social lives online so having a comfortable place to get online in your bedroom isn’t necessarily a bad idea.

Also, if your bedroom is the only quiet place in your home, having a work space there may be the best place for you.

desk at the foot of the bed

desk work station in master bedroom

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Bed Chairs

We have one and it’s fabulous.  It makes reading, using a tablet and watching television easy… and relieves neck pressure from lying on propped up pillows.

A bed chair is a bedroom accessory that makes sitting up in bed easy and comfortable.

bed lounger


bed lounging pillow


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Balcony off the Bedroom

If you’re one of the fortunate few to have a private balcony off your master bedroom (or any bedroom), your seating options are many… but of course restricted to the size of your balcony.

master bedroom with balcony

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