The great mid-century chair hunt

We are on the hunt for new chairs. However, we have a problem. A marital design dillema, which Rex and I rarely have. We have a HUGE chair in our living room – soft comfy and OLD. He loves it. Adores it. So, I want to replace it – really, I wouldn’t have this kind of a chair in a dorm room. I’ve tried to put it out for the dumpster several times and he won’t have it.

This is the sort of thing I’d love to replace it with:

But he’s put his foot down…it’s not comfy, it’s not warm. How can he cuddle with the kids and watch TV. Sigh. So, help my mid-century friends…I need suggestions!

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