With knowledge about our needs for rest and movement, as well as for using modern technology, we design furniture that will make your everyday life better and easier. The functionality in our furniture is customized to suit your need for ergonomics and your body’s need for rest and movement.
We transcend the barriers, and through the knowledge and expertise in design and function, we challenge the possibilities in every part of the furniture.
We have a clear goal
when we design furniture:
Improve your living
Fjords recliners have continuous reclining of the back and provide comprehensive support that prevents tiredness in your legs and back. Your individual resting position is easily achieved by moving your body.
Active Release System
Active Release System™
All of our recliners have a unique, built-in mechanism, Active Release System, that automatically provides the best neck and back support. If desired, it can easily be adjusted by a single movement to further enhance your seating experience.
Adjustable neck support
Some of our chairs have height adjustable neck support with the built in Active Release System. Our models are designed to support your spine comfortably in the correct places and angle. That’s why it’s important that you choose your personal recliner!
Size & base
All of our recliners are available in two sizes: Large and Small
Several different bases
Different bases contribute to distinguish the various models of our recliner collection. Some models are supplied with all six, others with fewer. Choose the one that suits your style. Note that they all have different advantages.
In order to satisfy the need for comfort and well-being, we provide individual reclining of each seat, regardless of whether you choose a high or low back sofa.
Our sofas with high back (FSH) have a reclineable back, adjustable neck support and are available with 2 and 3 seats. You can choose several types of arm rests at some of our models.
Our low back sofas (FSL) have reclineable back and are available with 2 and 3 seats. You can choose several types of arm rests at some of our models.
Comfort is not a luxury, it is essential to your health and general well-being!
It’s important for your body to be truly comfortable; this means that the chair you choose needs to be more than just a soft place to sit.
An ergonomically correct chair will provide continuous support and comfort and this will prevent your legs and back from becoming tired. Such a chair will relax your body, enabling your blood to circulate more freely. As your back relaxes, your spine is gently supported in the right places and at the correct angle.
- Leather, textiles, sewing and upholstering
Our long experience with complicated furniture products has provided us with important knowledge on how to optimize durability and comfort. Strict control and testing of leather and textiles, together with sewing and upholstering furniture is a very demanding and important craft.
- Active Release System™
A unique, integrated mechanism providing the best support for the neck. If desired, it can be adjusted further with a single movement in order to optimize your sitting experience.
- Springs in the back and seat optimize comfort
In addition to cold cure moulded foam in the seat and back, we also use springs that further enhance comfort.
- Steel back and seat design
Our main steel structures are constructed and produced in a manner that satisfies our strict quality requirements.
- Seat and back with Dacron fibres
In order to provide the back and seat elements with extra softness and improved comfort, a carefully adapted layer of Dacron fibre is inserted between the upholstery and foam. Certain models have more or less than others in order to optimize design and comfort.
- Gliding steel mountings
The unique gliding mountings that are built-in to our chairs and sofa provide the best individual resting position, because the weight of the body determines the position.
- Cold cure moulded foam in back, seat, armrest and footstool
When moulding polyurethane foam, which we usually use, the foam is moulded in casts that have the exact shape of the product.
There are considerable differences between block foam and moulded cold cure foam when it comes to the durability of its physical appearance. Block foam tends to lose its suppleness after a few years of everyday use. This makes it softer as time passes. Cast moulded cold cure foam retains its suppleness longer than block moulded foam.
- Laminated wooden bases
Laminated wooden elements are selected for several of our bases because they provide durability and comfort. They also enable many exiting design opportunities. Today Fjords are proud to be a part of this unique, traditional craft. Wood remains an important material in the development of tomorrow’s furniture. All colours are stained and lacquered.
The Fjords collection allows form and function to go hand in hand. Our customers are therefore able to choose between alternative bases.