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Traditional Chairs


Traditional Chairs
Traditional Chairs
Traditional Chairs
Traditional Chairs

One common mistake employers make in outfitting an office is allocating most of their budget to buy workstations and spending whatever’s left over on seating. Traditional office furniture items like high quality work surfaces and panel systems are important; but most employees would rather have comfortable chairs than designer fabric on their cubicle walls.

Traditional Office Chairs

What elements should you consider in evaluating bulk seating for your workforce? Chairs that will be used for multiple shifts must meet stricter performance standards than chairs designed for 40 hours of use per week. Stain, dirt, moisture, and wear resistant textiles and sturdy components will keep your office seating looking new longer. When we consult with you, we look at all these factors and align our recommendations with your budget. Plus, we can identify chairs that boost productivity with ergonomic design.

Executive Office Chairs

A leather office chair is still the gold standard for executive office suites. The challenge is often to find a model that is not just good looking but actually as comfortable as a high-end task chair. Few executives actually spend all day with their feet propped up on the desk talking on the phone, so a chair designed for lounging isn’t necessarily going to work. Form and function have to mesh for a truly VIP seating experience.

Specialty Seating

"Big & Tall" workers aren’t the only people who may have furniture requirements that aren’t met by traditional office chairs. You may need to add a foot rest or purchase specialty seating for short-statured employees or those with limited mobility. Our consultants can source furniture that helps you stay in compliance with ADA regulations.

Call us today for a free assessment and space planning consultation for all your office seating needs.