Office Chairs

A task chair combines comfortable seating with ergonomic features, giving workers who spend long hours at their desks the support they need to work efficiently. These products include low-back, armless designs that fit in cubicles or behind reception desks, luxurious, high-back models for executive offices, and chairs with adjustable backs, seats and armrests that give users complete control over their seating.  The broad range of available finishes and styles makes it simple to find office chairs to match any home or business decor.

Choose an Adjustable Task Chair
Sitting in a properly fitted chair can reduce physical stress and enhance your mental focus. Chairs with height-adjustable seats and backs accommodate almost any body type comfortably. Models with built-in lumbar supports encourage an upright posture that reduces lower back stress. Adjustable armrests relieve shoulder and wrist fatigue when typing, and recline mechanisms let users enjoy a few moments of relaxation when needed. Contoured seat and back padding provides firm support, and waterfall seat edges reduce pressure on the back of the user’s legs, enhancing circulation. Unique ball or kneeling chair designs offer alternative seating options.

Office Chairs Are a Practical and Attractive Seating Solution
These products feature durable materials that stand up to daily office use and look good doing it. Faux leather, mesh and commercial-grade fabric upholstery resists stains and wear and comes in colors and styles that blend with existing decor. Choose a leather chair with a traditional design for an executive office or board room, or update the appearance of an open plan space with modern office chairs.

Most task seating has metal or nylon five-star bases that provide stable and sturdy support to seated users and dual-wheel casters that roll smoothly over carpeted or hard floors. Products suitable for business use meet or exceed ANSI/BIFMA standards for commercial furniture.

Why Choose a Mesh Task Chair?
Most chairs use thick foam padding to provide support. Mesh chairs have seats and backs made from a strong, open-weave fabric that’s stretched across a sturdy frame. Air circulates through the material, keeping users cool while they work. Most mesh chairs offer very firm support, and some products combine a mesh chair back with a softer upholstered seat.

What Is a Lumbar Support?
The lower section of the human spine has a natural inward curve. A chair with a lumbar support has a thick pad at the base of the backrest that conforms to this curve. It provides extra support and helps reduce lower back stress. Office workers spend long hours at their desk. Ergonomic seating can enhance employee comfort, reduce fatigue and improve concentration.

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