Womens Office Chair

Womens Office Chair

Desk Chairs & Home Office ChairsOffice furniture selection tends to focus heavily on desks and other large pieces. These large pieces are quite important and do deserve a lot of attention, but don’t forget that a beautiful, spacious desk can be made all the more inviting with the addition of a comfortable chair. Pottery Barn’s desk chairs and home office chairs give you the opportunity to create an ergonomically appropriate workspace with an unmistakable sense of style. With features including adjustable height and rolling feet, our chairs are just what you need to make your work space feel wonderful. Whether you’ve got an entire room to yourself or your office is tucked away in the corner of your bedroom, our chairs will help you bring the room together with elegant style.Far from the monotonous options seen in most corporate offices, our home office furniture allows you to build an efficient work space that reflects your unique personality and taste. From tufted, upholstered chairs to rustic wooden desks, you can shop from a single furniture collection or mix and match pieces to build an eclectic but refined home office. We’ll help you create an office space you can be proud of and show off, and if you regularly welcome clients or colleagues into your work space, our desk chair offerings include stationary guest chairs that can match or coordinate our rolling chair options.Our desk chairs match beautifully with our other home office furniture options, but it’s important to consider your work habits and postural needs as you shop. If you type and look at a computer screen while you’re at work, focus on buying an adjustable chair that allows you to attain a neutral seating posture, which will help reduce strain on your neck, wrists and arms. If you are thinking about selecting on of our adjustable standing desks, rolling chair may be a handy addition to the office so you can move it out of the way while you’re standing. Comfort is key when you’re designing your work space.Though it’s important to consider the practicality of the furniture you choose, you don’t have to ignore style completely. Picking out a colorful low-pile rug to go under your desk chair, particularly if you have wood or laminate floors and want to select a rolling chair, is a great way to both add visual interest and protect your home. With desk chairs available in a variety of colors and fabrics, from clear acrylic to deep brown leather and ivory upholstery, you’ll have no trouble picking out a rug and chair combination that looks great together and adds an extra element of sophistication to the room. Rugs can also be great for office spaces because they help dampen sound, which can be important if you conduct confidential business in your office.While it’s a good idea to coordinate your chair selection with your desk to ensure you’ll be sitting at the right height, you can also consider what kind of cabinetry you want from your office based on what kind of chair you want to get. Being able to easily lean over and access files while seated can help make your workflow process much smoother, so it’s worth measuring and making sure your furniture arrangement complements your chair selection. A little bit of forethought can help you create a comfortable and functional office space that allows you to look out for your health and your business. Selecting an office chair isn’t the most important decision you will ever make, but it is one worth considering carefully so you can make your office into a comfortable place you enjoy spending time. Read More
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Womens Office Chair

Many people spend 8 hours or more sitting in an office chair every day – longer than they may spend sleeping on a mattress! That's why it's important to find a chair that offers the right combination of support features to suit your needs. Selecting an ergonomic office chair can offer a range of benefits, from lumbar support for improved posture to waterfall seating designed to reduce the amount of stress on the legs. Lumbar Support The lower-back area may be particularly susceptible to the discomfort caused by sitting unsupported for hours on end. Ergonomic desk chairs with lumbar padding provide targeted support to help ease stress to this area of the body, helping you remain comfortable throughout the day. Contoured padding provides enhanced support by conforming to the natural curve of your spine. Padding While many office chairs provide padding on the seat, some provide additional padding on the arms, headrest, back and more. High-back chairs may offer extra padded support. Adjustable Height and Tilt Sitting at a proper angle and at the proper height relative to your desk is key to remaining comfortable as you work. Some ergonomic chairs offer only seat-height adjustment, while other chairs allow users to adjust the seat height and angle as well as the height and angle of the headrest, armrests and even the footrest. Armrests or No Armrests Although chairs with padded arms often provide added support and comfort, an ergonomic chair without armrests may best suit your particular needs. Consider the height of your office desk and whether a chair's arms, including the padding, will fit beneath it, and determine whether it may be more beneficial to select an arm-free chair that allows your arms to rest on your desk at a comfortable angle. + Read more – Read less
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Womens Office Chair

Many people spend 8 hours or more sitting in an office chair every day – longer than they may spend sleeping on a mattress! That's why it's important to find a chair that offers the right combination of support features to suit your needs. Selecting an ergonomic office chair can offer a range of benefits, from lumbar support for improved posture to waterfall seating designed to reduce the amount of stress on the legs. Lumbar Support The lower-back area may be particularly susceptible to the discomfort caused by sitting unsupported for hours on end. Ergonomic desk chairs with lumbar padding provide targeted support to help ease stress to this area of the body, helping you remain comfortable throughout the day. Contoured padding provides enhanced support by conforming to the natural curve of your spine. Padding While many office chairs provide padding on the seat, some provide additional padding on the arms, headrest, back and more. High-back chairs may offer extra padded support. Adjustable Height and Tilt Sitting at a proper angle and at the proper height relative to your desk is key to remaining comfortable as you work. Some ergonomic chairs offer only seat-height adjustment, while other chairs allow users to adjust the seat height and angle as well as the height and angle of the headrest, armrests and even the footrest. Armrests or No Armrests Although chairs with padded arms often provide added support and comfort, an ergonomic chair without armrests may best suit your particular needs. Consider the height of your office desk and whether a chair's arms, including the padding, will fit beneath it, and determine whether it may be more beneficial to select an arm-free chair that allows your arms to rest on your desk at a comfortable angle.
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Womens Office Chair

Petite Office Chairs Not only is it uncomfortable to sit in a chair that doesn’t properly fit your body, it’s unhealthy. A properly fitted chair will allow you to work to your fullest, in the healthiest, most comfortable position. This is critical if you log long hours behind a desk every day. We offer a wide range of ergonomic chairs designed for petite users. These aren’t just office chairs for small people, these petite chairs offer good ergonomic support, plenty of adjustability, and correct proportions. It isn’t healthy to sit in a chair designed for someone else’s body, and it isn’t necessary either. We want to make sure all people have a comfortable and supportive working experience. We’re excited to announce the return of our Steelcase Free Ship, Free Return promotion Steelcase’s chairs are highly adjustable and their Amia and Leap chairs are two of our top picks for petite users. With their Free Ship, Free Return promotion you’re able to try your Steelcase products at no risk for thirty days — if you’re not completely satisfied, return them for free. There’s no restocking fee, and we’ll send you a pre-paid FedEx shipping label. This is a great way to try Steelcase products risk-free for thirty days! Some restrictions apply. Read More About Petite Office Chairs A Step-by-Step Guide to Adjusting Your Ergonomic Chair What Makes a Chair Ergonomic? Extreme Ergonomics – Ergonomic Chairs for Tall People and Short People Ergonomic Chairs for Petite People Sizing Up the Right Petite Chair for Smaller Users Ergonomic Chair Review: The Steelcase Amia
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Womens Office Chair

Perhaps you’re reading this from a desk chair. If you’re male, you’re most likely leaning back into your seat, a bit slumped. If you’re female, you’re probably perched on the front of the chair, leaning forward. Yes, men and women sit differently. And both sexes sit far too long. Now there’s a solution to both problems.The Sguig chair, released this spring by the Canadian furniture company Keilhauer, wasn’t supposed to be a revolutionary dual-sex chair. It was supposed to be a revolutionary Pilates-ball office chair. “Around 1999, I was doing a lot of Pilates,” says Jackie Maze, Keilhauer’s vice president of sales and marketing. “We were trying to use that idea of bounce and movement, so you wouldn’t have that glommed-up feeling at the end of the day.” Maze spent several years working with EOOS, a Vienna design company, to create a squishy dome-topped prototype that bounces when you shift, realigning your spine and encouraging “active sitting.” Photo Credit Yokoland But the Sguig’s bouncing capabilities were overshadowed when designers noted striking differences in men’s and women’s sitting and ball balancing. “There’s a historical gender bias in design,” says Jack Callaghan, Canada’s research chairman in spine biomechanics. Yes, he’s saying that the chairs in your office were most likely designed by men, for men, and they don’t fit women.Keilhauer asked Callaghan to conduct biomechanical research. “You want to sit directly over the pivot point in a chair,” Callaghan says. “Women sit in front of that pivot point, maintaining a more optimal posture, but chairs don’t support them.” Much of the trouble, he adds, is women’s larger posteriors: “Some women definitely cannot get back into the seat enough for the back support to touch them.”So the next model of the Sguig will include not only a cutout seat back but also a spring mechanism for bouncing purposes, so that, male or female, you can find your proper balance point. Continue reading the main story

Womens Office Chair

Womens Office Chair
Womens Office Chair