By Iris Boutin. Chair. Published at Tuesday, March 06th, 2018 - 02:22:46 AM.
They say that form follows function, and that's never more true than when it comes to chairs design. Over the year, the simple block on which to seat yourself has taken on design changes and elements to suit any specific chair for particular purposes. There are chairs for lounging, chairs for working, chairs for dining, chairs for feeding baby in and chairs for just about any purpose you can imagine. Take a look at the particular design specifics that go into suiting a chair for a particular task.
Dining room chairs: Dining room chairs come in a group of 4, 6, 8, 12 or 20. Since there are so many of them, dining room chairs can easily make a design statement in any room. The shape, style and design of dining room chairs can shape your guest's impression of the room and can make them perceive the room as opulent, luxurious or cramped.
Easy chairs are designed for comfortable sitting for extended periods of time. Most often, the seat is designed to slant backward slightly and take some of the weight off the posterior, distributing it to the lower back. Easy chairs are often upholstered, but one common easy chair design, the Adirondack chair, is plain wood designed to encourage comfortable lounging without cushioning.
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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