By Iris Boutin. Chair. Published at Tuesday, February 20th, 2018 - 14:23:21 PM.
Kitchen and dining room chairs are the most common chairs made and most households have at least four of them. Generally, they have four legs, a seat and a back. The seat is most often 16 inches above the ground - the median height for comfort. The back is set at nearly right angles to the seat to encourage an upright posture - most comfortable for eating.
Task chairs are designed to encourage the worker to sit in a particular posture that is best for the task to be accomplished. Most modern task chairs are ergonomically designed to allow long periods of being seated without placing undue strain on the lower back, upper back or legs. Often, task chairs have a lumbar support to make sitting more comfortable.
Fauteuil Chair: Pronounced as 'Foe-toy', This chair has a literal meaning as an armchair. This uniquely designed upholstered armchair was born in the late 1600 BC and got to taste the fame in the early 18th Century. With its use by the esteemed Emperor Louis XIV, this chair got more modified with the passage of time. This ornate design was supposedly used by mostly the men in the society. Therefore, another version of this prestigious chair, named Fauteuil à la Reine, was invented only for the use of Queen.
Standard, plastic, padded, reinforced, and desktop are some of the different types of folding chairs. Standard folding chairs are durable and economical. They are made of steel and are available in different colors. Plastic folding chairs have similar design as that of standard chairs and are made of polypropylene plastic. They are temperature neutral, more lightweight, and not strong as metal chairs. Padded types have vinyl-upholstered seats and are available in different colors. Reinforced form has an extra rear-leg brace for frequent use. Desktop folding chairs are ideal for limited spaces such as classrooms and small halls that conduct seminars. As it has foldable tablet arms, it is used as makeshift desks.
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