A Morris chair is a type of armchair that was popularized in the late 19th century. It was designed by English designer William Morris and is characterized by its reclining backrest and adjustable angles. The chair often features a high back, wide armrests, thick cushions, and a footrest. The Morris chair became a symbol of the Arts and Crafts movement and is known for its comfort and traditional craftsmanship. 19th century, large easy chair, with adjustable back, loose cushions forming the seat and back rest within a wooden frame.