4 chairs to upgrade your work-from-home space in 2022In the past year the pandemic has turned many people’s homes into their everyday workplace. And as many organizations adopt hybrid work policies, people will still need the right home environment to keep them productive and comfortable when working away from the office. We’ve rounded up four of our favorite chairs to spice-up your home office in the new year.
Embrace modern aesthetics
Combining the iconic LTC2 back with a self-supporting mesh, the new Please Air offers the same level of comfort and ideal ergonomic support. The updated mesh provides even tension and exceptional comfort, while new color combinations give the chair a fresh, light feel perfect for any home.
Elevate your seating experience with top-class back comfort, provided by Gesture. Designed to support our interactions with today’s technologies, Gesture and its innovative Core Equalizer system connects the back and seat to move as a responsive system, eliminating any gaps in lumbar support while reclining. Gesture mimics the natural movement of the spine, creating the deepest recline for people of all shapes and sizes.
Add color to your workspace
Say goodbye to back pain with Steelcase Series 1, a chair thoughtfully designed to deliver dynamic performance. With its LiveBack™ flexor system in the backrest, it conforms to your body and moves with you to support the spine while you change postures. With 11 mix-and-match knits, flexor and lumbar colors, as well as a wide range of shell and finish options, Steelcase Series 1 offers an abundance of choice for personalizing your home office.
Get in the zone
Looking to enhance your productivity? Leap, proven to reduce musculoskeletal disorders and increase productivity at work, incorporates unique ergonomic features designed in direct response to Steelcase user research. Almost every aspect of Leap is fully adjustable so you can configure it to your personal workstyle and preferences. Diagrams and an explanation of how to use each adjustment are available under the chair’s right armrest.