chair was strategically designed to increase the productivity of
clerical employees by making it possible for them to remain sitting at
their desks for long periods of time. A swivelling chair with caster
wheels allowed employees to remain sitting and yet reach a number of
locations within their work area, eliminating the time and energy
expended in standing. The wooden saddle seat was designed to fit and
support the body of a sitting employee, and the slatted back and arm
rests provided additional support to increase the employee’s comfort.
Like our modern chairs, many of these models were somewhat adjustable to
provide the maximum comfort and thus the maximum working time.
The culture of the office also demanded that a distinct difference exist between the chairs that the employees used and that of the chief executive. When swivel chairs were widely used, the executive sat in a straight-backed chair with no mobility to demonstrate his status. As design of the office chair eliminated the arms and added cushioned seats, the executive chair became a large, upholstered chair with closed arms and wide, luxurious seats. Even today, the size (both height of the back and width of the seat) of an office chair demonstrates the status of the user.
of your reception chairs will reflect that old saying "you
only get one chance make a good impression". In your office, you'll
want to make sure that guests and clients are as comfortable as they can
be while they wait for an appointment. Reception chairs are popular
outside of the office as well, as schools and even churches use them.
Reception chairs are truly an asset to have around, as they will provide a friendly atmosphere and leave a long lasting impression on your guests. By using these chairs in your office, guests will feel cozy and right at home in your dwelling. You could also place your chairs around a desk or coffee table in the waiting area with a stack of magazines for your guests to read.
When shopping for reception chairs, one of the most important decisions will be finding chairs that will make people of all height and weight comfortable.
What you'll want to do, is provide chairs that offer adjustable options for the height, depth of the backrest, and even the arm rests. The average reception chair is very durable and can last up to 15 years - with each guest along the way being comfortable and each and every time they sit in the chair.
Almost all reception chairs have a strong and stable frame that will offer your back the maximum amount of ergonomic benefits. You can even get your chairs with different options as well, including leather, vinyl, or fabric. You can also select the colors and padding for the seats.
If you have an office with a waiting room, you shouldn't hesitate to add reception chairs. These chairs will provide the "home away home" feeling, and give your office the look and feel your guests will love to come back to.
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