There are many options for reception seating, no matter how small or large your waiting area is. Where do you start? You may be wondering where to start. You can get guest chairs with or without arms.
Bariatric chairs can be used to accommodate guests who weigh more than 250 pounds. The weight limits for bariatric chairs can accommodate a range of 300 to 700 pounds. You can read our complete guide to bariatric seating. Club chairs are more comfortable and plush guest chairs. This type of seating is often used in lounges or areas where visitors are likely to be seated for extended periods of time. A sofa can usually accommodate three people of average size. Sofas can accommodate up to three people of average size. You can get benches with or without backs, and they may have arms or no arms. They are often used with sofas or club chairs and can also be used as tables in a lounge or additional seating.
Beam seating is similar in design to tandem seating. However, the chairs are connected by a single beam that runs along their seats. Tablet arm chairs have an attached work surface. Tablets can be attached to lounge-style seating. They are great for areas with long waiting times, where paperwork must be completed or for business professionals who need to work while they wait. This chair is often used in waiting areas of healthcare facilities. Because it can be placed near other chairs, this type of seating is more compact. There are several levels of eco-friendliness available, including Level and Greenguard certified seating. However, all of the chairs in this collection are made to improve indoor air quality within commercial interiors in one way or another. Stacking chairs are guest seats that can be stacked one on top of another. This seating type is great for spaces that require frequent cleaning or rearranging. Stackable seating can be easily moved and stored away when needed.