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    Stackable Chairs Guide

    Stackable Chairs Guide

    Stacking chairs are great for making the most out of your space where you have limited space, or where you may have a need to make room to fit a large number of seats. For this, stacking chairs are always the best buy option, but how do you know the right stacker type to buy?

    This guide will help you to choose the right type of stackable chair for business, home or church.

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    Types of Stackable Chairs

    Stackable chairs offer excellent flexibility and easy storage. There is a wide range of options, like stackable stools for your poolside bar, padded church chairs for ultimate comfort, event chairs, and even conference / waiting room chairs.

    Restaurant Bar Stools

    Stackable metal bar stools are great for outdoor decks and patios, poolside bars, and even high tables at cafes, pizzerias, and other restaurants! These durable metal bar stools are available with or without a back, and they come in a variety of colors to match your decor. The stackable design provides convenient, out-of-the-way storage so you can quickly rearrange your layout for open mic nights or other special accommodations. These can come in variations of back or backless stools.


    General Purpose / Banquet Chairs

    We have standard height stackable chairs. This is the perfect place to look for anything from indoor and outdoor restaurant seating to lobby or conference room chairs. These chairs are ideal for locations that require flexibility, since you can simply stack them along a wall to clear floor space. Click HERE to get yours today.

    It is essential to ensure that the stacking chairs are comfortable and give back support. Our selection of stacking chairs can be used for.


    Article adapted from: webstaurantstore.com, 06 09 2017.

    History of Charles & Ray Eames Chairs

    History of Charles & Ray Eames Chairs


    Looking for an Eames office chair? We have a nice range of Eames repro chairs HERE on sale just for you. US Office Elements invites you to visit our online store today. Free Shipping; T&C’s apply.

    "We must be committed to a concern for quality in everything in the world around us. We must learn to care deeply."
    - Charles Eames from slide show "Excellence", 1967

    Charles Eames (1907-78) and Ray Eames (1912-88) embraced the visionary concept of modern design as an agent of social change - they believed that excellent design could improve people's lives. Their unique blend and breadth of interests, ranging from engineering and architecture to modern art and design enabled them to solve each design challenge with an unrivalled combination of imagination, practicality and elegance.


    Since then, their work has grew around the world being furniture pieces for home and office. We offer ranges of Eames Repro office chairs with different styles. Our range has executive high back chairs in PU leather, mid back office chairs with wheels and office visitors’ chairs.

    Eames Repro office high back chairs are great for executive offices; providing great comfort, and still add style to every office. Our range comes in cushion and flat leather designs. The swivel base and gas lift adjustment ensure that you get maximum comfort and still be able to set it to a preferred height.

    Eames Repro mid back office chairs are perfect for managers’ offices, executive receptionists and boardrooms. They offer good comfort and support for daily use. They feature swivel base mechanisms and gas height adjustment. Our range has colors such as red, white and camel.

    Eames Repro visitors’ office chairs feature a chrome sleigh base. This allows them to be supportive and strong at the same time. They are great for office waiting areas, visitors in offices, and conference rooms.

    Home Décor Tips & Ideas with Bar Stools

    Home Décor Tips & Ideas with Bar Stools


    Home Décor with Bar Stools

     Bar stool come in different styles, colors, and with many different features. Each bar stool with features like swivel seats to adjustable heights, offers convenience and style in the bar or home kitchen. They add great value to your home décor and provide additional space for guests and the family. Whether you use them for the kitchen or bar; to find you perfect one just click HERE.


    Bar Stool Decorating Ideas:

    • Consider the style of the room you’re going to put the new bar stools in. Create a cohesive feel for your home by choosing bar stools that mimic qualities of your existing furniture. This could be through color, materials, or overall style.
    • Find similar themes or patterns between your new bar stools and existing furniture. For instance, square-backed bar stools with a square table or elongated rectangular breakfast bar would go perfectly together. Carved wooden bar stools will coordinate nicely with a rustic living room theme or country kitchen. Finding similar patterns and themes in your furniture will give your home a grounded and put-together look.
    • While you can purchase bar stools that will exactly match your home’s color scheme, you may want to think about purchasing bar stools that stand out. For instance, a white kitchen may look washed out if you purchase white bar stools. Instead, try a darker colored bar stool with an accent-colored cushion. This type of bar stool will improve the appearance of your kitchen and add visual interest. You may also opt for colors that complement other parts of your home.
    • Ensure the comfort of your guests by allowing plenty of space for bar-stool seating. Unlike traditional seating, a bar stool is often set at a narrow counter instead of a wide table. Place stools a minimum of 24 inches apart to allow enough personal space and leg room for your guests. The extra room will allow guests to sit down and stand up comfortably and keep anyone from feeling crowded. If you have swivel bar stools, ensure that you allow space for guests to be able to turn around when getting up from the bar stool. Visit our online store of more bar stool options.
    • Bar stools are perfect for use in additional rooms of the house. Use them for bathroom seating while you’re getting ready for work or play. Place them in a den or computer room as additional seating options. They can be well placed when guests come over for the football game or just for the small home party

    How to Choose the Right Bar Stool Height

    How to Choose the Right Bar Stool Height


    How to Choose the Right Bar Stool Height


    Choosing the correct height of a bar stool can be tricky. If they’re too short, you can’t reach the bar and if they’re too high, you’ll have to slouch – neither is very comfortable and, let’s face it, doesn’t look so good. Here are some tips on how to select the right stool for your bar or counter.

    Bar Stool vs Counter Stool

    Knowing the difference between a bar stool and a counter stool is important. A counter stool is usually around 24″ and is typically used at a kitchen counter. A bar stool is about 30″ and is designed for sitting at a bar.

    Take Measurements

    1. Measure the Height of your Bar or Counter: Measure from the floor to the top of the bar and remember to do it twice to ensure accuracy.
    2. Choose the Right Stool: Take the height measurement of the bar and subtract 10″ – that will be the approximate height of stool you should purchase. This will give you plenty of space to sit at the bar, with or without your legs crossed, and feel comfortable. To get the height of the stool, measure from the feet up to the seat.

    Counter height stool seats range from 24-29 inches from the floor and are perfect for kitchen counters or tables that are about 34-39 inches high. A bar stool seat is about 30-36 inches from the ground and is perfect for counters or bars that are 40-46 inches from the ground.


    Design Choices

    Bar stools come in many sizes, shapes, designs, and styles so you’ll want to consider the following when selecting the right stool:

      • Décor: Look at the overall décor of your home, the way things are positioned, and the style that you have and select a stool that will blend with your décor. If you want a more casual or modern look, you might consider a backless stool. For a more elegant look, choose a stool with a back and armrests in a metal or carved wood finish.
      • Functionality: Are you or your guests going to be sitting in the stools for extended periods of time? If so, you might consider getting a stool with a back, which will much more comfortable than a backless bar stool. Also, choose a stool that has a comfortable cushion seat – if you can’t find one that you like, you can purchase a chair pad that will add comfort while meshing with your home décor.
      • Small Spaces: If you have a small space, choose a bar stool with no arms so you can slide it under the bar when it’s not in use. If you choose a swivel stool with a back, the stool can be used as conversational seating in your apartment.
      • For the Kids: If you have children, you may want to choose a stool that has no cushion (or a spill-resistant fabric cushion) or a leather seat for easy cleanup. Also, an adjustable stool will be helpful so they can easily get on and off the chair and adjust the height as they grow.


    Always take into consideration the colors you have at home when choosing a bar stool. You can select your next new bar stool from our in store range. CLICK HERE to see the best priced bar stools on sale.

    What to Look For in an Office Chair

    Office chairs are a part of the décor of any office and so many people try to make sure they look good without worrying about the health influences the chair will have on the person who uses it. The design or ergonomics of the chair should be considered above everything else.

    aeron-chair-diagramLumbar Support: A good office chair will have support for the lower back. Some of the better ones will even have an adjustable lumbar support that allows the user to fit the chair to their lower back. This is important in preventing back strain that can worsen and become sciatica, a condition which can be debilitating.

    Adjustability: Almost all office chairs have a height and arm adjustment; however, these are not the most important adjustments to look for when shopping for an office chair. The best office chairs have at least five adjustments with some having up to 14 different adjustments.

    Important features that should be adjustable include lumbar support, arm width and height, seat back width and height, seat and back angle, and tension control. Many of the supports are dial controlled while a few are controlled with a hand-held bulb pump, similar to a blood pressure cuff pump.

    Wheel Base: Nearly all office chairs have a wheel base; however, if the office is carpeted it may be necessary to get a chair with wheels specifically made for carpet. Rolling is important in preventing strain due to reaching across a desk to retrieve items that are out of reach.

    Swivel Base: All office chairs should swivel freely to allow for easy access to various parts of the desk. If the chair doesn’t swivel freely, arm fatigue can result from over extending to reach various items.

    Fabric: The fabric should be breathable to keep the chair from becoming hot and uncomfortable after hours of sitting in it. In addition, it should have enough cushion to support the person sitting in it without feeling the base of the chair through the cushion.