Published at Tuesday, February 05th, 2019 - 18:54:27 PM. Chair. By Adolphus Zimmermann.
The world has seen dozens upon dozens of different types of chairs over the years. Some have withstood the test of time and are now considered classic pieces of furniture, while there are also those that come and go with the passing of the seasons. Each chair that has been invented certainly has its own pros and cons but it is very rare to come across one that can serve multiple functions while offering a seemingly unlimited amount of comfort as well. You can find one of these rare treasures these days in the form of the papasan chair.
Aside from the material the chair is constructed of, different leg options are also available. The most classic choice is a standard four leg chair base, the most practical choice for schools that will be using the chairs on hardwood floors. The four legs are usually constructed of strong tubular steel and capped with soft glides that prevent the chairs from scraping the floor’s surface when moved around and keep the chair stable. A sled base is another option available and looks just as it sounds, like a sled with a chair attached to the top. The chair is supported on each side by a base that resembles a sled. This type of school chair does not move easily across hard floors, but it glides softly and easily on carpeted surfaces. The third base option for school chairs is a chair with a base and casters. This chair is similar to a chair you might find in an office but generally comes with less adjustments, and allows for students to move and turn with ease. These chairs are recommended for computer labs for older children in middle school or high school.
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