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Home Office Chairs

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Home Office Chairs

Here at Elm Workspace, we are confident that creating a dedicated home office will be the most productive decision you have ever made. A home office is definitely the best way to make sure you can work free from distraction whilst in the home. It also helps you to differentiate between professional and domestic life, which is great for your mental wellbeing. But we tell all of our customers, the final touch and one of the most important factors is to invest in proper home office chairs.


Generally speaking, the home office chair is similar to any other desk chair, in terms of what characteristics you need from it. If you will be using it for prolonged spells of time, it needs to have some ergonomic features. This will keep you safe from repetitive strain injuries and encourage you to sit in a healthier way. It will also keep you more comfortable, which will allow you to concentrate on your work and remain as productive as possible.


But home office chairs can be classified slightly differently from commercial office chairs because they can be categorised along different lines. As the chair will be placed in your home, there are likely to be different aesthetical requirements. Not many home offices are entirely secluded from the home at all times, even less are decorated in a commercial style. This means home office chairs need to match well with domestic interior designs and finishes.


The other way that home office chairs can be differentiated are that they will, generally speaking, be used a lot more sparingly or a lot more intensively than a commercial office chair. Somebody might only work at home one or two days a week, or somebody might work at home six days a week and use the same chair for gaming, or let other people in the home use the chair when they use the computer in the evenings, for example.


The former chair doesn’t need to be as high specification in terms of durability, but still needs to be aesthetically suitable for the home. The latter example needs to be ready for intense levels of use whilst still being visually pleasing too.


Finally, home office chairs usually need to fit into a smaller space and mobility or maneuverability is less of an issue.