Tonia Nieves. Chairs. June 14th , 2017.
Chairs of all shapes and designs can be part of a living room furniture suite. Living room chairs can provide additional seating in the main area, such as facing a fireplace or home entertainment center. A chair or two and a small table placed in another part of the room, such as by a corner window, can provide a nice reading nook. Spending some time curled up with a good book in a big, beautiful leather accent chair can be very calming and restorative to the body and soul.
If what you need are some sturdy chairs that will last a lifetime, wooden chairs can be a great solution. In school halls you will find chairs that date back many eras and decades. Wood is tough and strong, and as long as it is only ever used indoors, the lifespan is extremely long. Wood however is not the cheapest material for your chairs, and these days there are many more economical alternatives available.
Arm rests, unlike the task chairs, are a must. These are also adjustable so that the user’s lower arms and elbows will be the same height as they keyboard and will allow the user’s shoulders to rest. They also come with ample back and lumbar support.
Your living room is not your window to the world. On the contrary, your room is the world’s window to you. The intention is for your room to be an expression of how you want to be seen by the world. Careful selection of room furniture will ensure consonance between the impression you seek to project and the one that is actually conveyed. Along the way, you do not want to lose sight of what is important to you. Please remember that the room is primarily a part of your home, only a part where you permit greater access to outsiders. Most activities performed in the room like conversations, TV viewing, reading are performed sitting down. It should then come as no surprise to anyone that the most important element among room furniture would be the living room chairs.
Often times while you are working you may find your chair’s armrests get in the way. Whether you are sitting down in your chair or standing up to take a break, arm rests always tend to get in the way. If your workstation is ergonomically set up to have a keyboard tray installed underneath your desk, having a chair with armrests can be even more troublesome in trying to find a way to fit them beneath both your desk and your keyboard tray. Having armrests on a chair will also defeat the ergonomic benefits of using a keyboard tray because it will make you type in an unnatural position leading to strain on your wrists. Sliding into an armless chair is effortless, and getting in and out of your chair will no longer seem like a chore. Reaching for things near or on your desk will also be much simpler without arms being in the way.
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