Published On: Wed, Jun 15th, 2016

Important Tips in Choosing the Right Chair for Your Work Place

When you go to your work place, be it your place of employment or just an area of your home that you have made into an office, the fact that you need furniture that provides optimum comfort is indisputable. You deserve furniture that will always have you in a relaxed state and allow you to go about your business with ease. A main part of this furniture is your chair. Your chair is a very crucial part of your office experience, and it can actually result in you having a bad day at work because you were in discomfort the whole day, and leave you with a back ache. Your ergonomic chair can also cause you to have a great experience in the work place in that you will also be at ease the whole day and in total comfort as you deal with the issues of the day. The most common type of chair that is preferred for the office is the ergonomic chair. This chair is made to address the issue that sitting can add stress to certain areas of the spine, so this type of chair emphasizes on support of the lower back and facilitates good posture. Here are some things to consider to get the right ergonomic chair for you:

  1. Test for the ability to adjust the height of the chair.

Your chair’s height should be easily adjustable and should be able to conveniently move up and down without any difficulty. This will allow persons of different heights to sit comfortably on that chair. In most chairs, only a small allowance of adjustment is allowed. A good posture is not when your feet dangle, and your knees are hanging at the edge. Your feet should be flat on the floor and your knees should be bent at an angle as close to ninety degrees as possible. A seat of fifteen inches to about twenty-two inches can appropriately accommodate someone between five feet and around six foot four.

  1. Ensure each part of the chair is adjustable.

A good office chair should allow you to move each element of the chair by itself without altering the position of any other part. Movable parts include the arm rests, the back supports and the seats. These parts should be able to move with ease and adjust to the exact position that you need. You will find it very uncomfortable to have a chair that offers no adjustment features because you will have to be of a certain height or change your own posture to be able to have a small amount of comfort. You should keep in mind that it might not always be you that will be seated on that chair, so having adjustable features will help anyone using the chair when you are not present, and even when you give it out to someone else. Adjustable chairs will give comfort to any person who uses it.

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SaghKiop is an interior designer and has a lot of experience in designing office spaces. She also designs unique furniture and can design a custom made office chair.  To learn  more about interior designing, visit this website.