A Nest Chair, which is a huge circle (4' diameter). When you climb in, you have to push yourself to the back, as though you'd just climbed into a bed from the end. Ie - it's too deep sit on it with your feet on the floor and your back against the pillows.
Or a tufted chair (I can't find the exact model, but it's something like this one.)
Whatever I get, I want to use now. I don't want to buy something, only to store it in the basement.
The Nest chair is the perfect chair for what I have planned when I finish the basement, but I don't expect to finish the basement any time soon. It's sink in, curl up and read a whole book comfy. It does not go with my current decor. Until I finish the basement, I could leave it in the living room (where it would clash in style) or I could rearrange the furniture in my office to make room in there (putting my desk back to the "neighbourhood watch" position at the window). This is not a Classic. Chances are, it'll be an unwanted piece of furniture at some point.
The tufted chair is a style that I've always loved. It's a classic style that I doubt I'd ever regret buying. It would fit in with my current decor as well as just about anything in the future. There's a space in the living room, calling its name.
Whichever chair I got, it would be in a neutral solid-coloured fabric. If I got the Nest chair, I would have the option of of ordering the pillows in various coordinated colours and patterns.
I want the Nest chair.
I think the tufted chair is the more responsible choice.
Please tell me what to do.