Types Of Office Chair

One Chair Fits All?

There has been a lot of talk in the world of office design about the importance of creating work spaces that people actively look forward to being in. Competition for top talent across a variety of market sectors mean that more companies are realising how important the design of the working environment is.

And getting the design right necessitates getting the office furniture right.

Four Types Of Office Chair

We feel that there are four key areas where your office chair will make an impact on your work space.

First Impressions: Upon arrival, what does your client first see? A reception area will generally be staffed and may have client seating areas as well. That initial impression of your work space can be enhanced by having fixtures, fittings and furniture to give the wow factor.

The Nitty Gritty: We know the health implications for sitting down too long, and we understand the importance of ergonomic furniture. The hours that you spend sat at your desk add up over the weeks, months, years – having a properly designed office chair can have a significant, positive impact on your overall wellbeing.

Meetings: “Are you sitting comfortably? Good, then I will begin”. This may be a saying of old, but it still rings very true. Communication is hindered if you’re not sitting comfortably, and if you want your employees and your clients to really hear the messages that you are conveying a comfortable seat is essential.

Break Out: It’s not all sitting at your desk working – we need time out to eat, refresh, chat and mingle. Having seating that is fit for purpose wherever you and your employees are in the building will go a long way towards a happy work space.

Having sourced and supplied office chairs and other office furniture to a wide range of different businesses, we know how to find you the best solutions to your work place furnishings. Get in touch with one of friendly team and see how we can make the difference to your commercial interior design.

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