There are many different types of office chairs that you can choose from for your offices. It all depends on what exactly the chair is going to be used for and how long a person will be sitting on it. Sure, you need to think about the aesthetics of the chair and whether it will look good in your offices. However, you also need to consider ergonomics i.e., how much support that chair is going to give someone sitting on it and how long it will be comfortable for.
One of the most popular types of chairs is the executive chair which is made of leather and has a swivel base. 40% of these also come with lumbar support which makes them comfortable to sit on for a long period of time. If you don’t get the kind with lumbar support, then this might just turn out to be a fancy looking chair but without ergonomic benefits.
Ergonomic chairs have a skeletal appearance, but they’re extremely comfortable to sit on because they are designed to take the S-curve of the spine into consideration. If you’re going to be sitting on a desk chair all day long, then an ergonomic chair is the way to go. It may not look that great but you’ll be thankful for it in the long run.
Conference room chairs look, more or less, like executive chairs but with a little less padding. Plus, they don’t have much lumbar support. So they’re not too comfortable to sit in for long periods of time. You can use them for 3-4 hours at the most.
Task chairs are swivel chairs in a very small size. They have just enough space for a person to sit on and the back of the chair provides some support in the middle of the back but not much. These are not recommended for sitting for more than 1-3 hours at the most.
Guest chairs are like normal house chairs with a padded seat and back. You can place them in your waiting room for clients, but it’s not a good idea to use them for employees who have to be at their desks the entire day.
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