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Choosing the most suitable model of chair to complement your surroundings means playing with colors, shapes and materials, creating contrasts or balanced combinations. In fact, the chairs not only meet purely functional needs, but also unambiguously contribute to the final style of the interior. For this reason, it is important to consider the purpose of these additions: whether for the classic style of furniture or for the modern style, there are many models of chairs on the market that affect the efficiency of the interior design project. .

A chair for any environment

In a studio or office, the necessary functions increase, depending on the amount of time you spend at work. In this case, the seat should be an ergonomic chair that provides adequate back support, swivel and on wheels, allowing quick and easy movements and adjustable height, adapting to different desk heights and selecting the appropriate eye height in the presence of a screen. The material will be very important when used outdoors or in contractual situations, such as restaurant chairs or waiting room chairs. In short, a chair is a complex piece of furniture that has many variations and peculiarities that are significant in order to make a good choice. Then you can start judging style, material and color.

How to choose the right chair: kitchen and dining area

Given the variety of products on the market, choosing a chair is not an easy task. The first thing that should be taken into account is certainly the exact purpose of use that our chair will have. A study chair will not be suitable for use in the kitchen, as a living room chair will not fit on a table or terrace. Depending on the intended use, the chair must meet a number of requirements. It is necessary to take into account the shape of the space, layout and equipment with which the seat will be associated. For example, in a kitchen or dining room, the height of the seat should be such as to allow for comfortable eating. Avoid chairs with armrests that may interfere with the table top, or chairs that are too heavy. Particular attention should also be paid to materials that are practical, functional, hygienic and easy to clean. For those who have little space and many friends, stacking or folding chairs will certainly work well.

Wooden or plastic chairs: tradition or modernity?

There are many materials that can be used to make backrests, seats and chair bases, from the most traditional to the most modern. First of all, wood. Fully or with an upholstered seat or backrest, a wooden chair is a must at all times. The timeless charm of the graining and curvature of the wood of the backrest and legs remains rooted in the production and design of modern chairs and design, alongside other materials. On the other hand, in classic chairs, wood was and is a strong point. This material has always been used to model and create unique and articulated details, often associated with ancient crafts and carpentry traditions. Plastic chairs and innovative plastics will certainly compete with wooden chairs. Among them we have materials such as technopolymer, polypropylene, polycarbonate, glass fiber, etc. Ideal for making light and durable stackable chairs, plastic allows you to shape them to give life to modern shapes and structures, allows you to obtain models with a linear appearance that play with geometric shapes and weaves, as is the case with polycarbonate and polypropylene seats - transparent or colored - possibly reinforced with glass fiber. In addition to the icons mentioned above, many of the chairs that have been a staple in the history of this facility have been made using innovative plastic injection techniques.

Upholstered chairs: what fabrics to choose?

In both classic and modern styles, plastic, wood or metal chairs are often integrated with upholstered parts to keep the seats soft and comfortable. From chairs with an integrated cushion, to the backrest or armrest itself, you can also reach for a lined and fully upholstered chair. A kind of a small car seat, but with the dimensions and proportions of a chair. The most commonly used covers are made of synthetic fibers. From acrylic, microfiber and polyester chairs to those with more traditional fabrics such as wool, velvet and linen chairs, we can choose eco-leather or leather chairs, important alternatives in terms of cleanliness and practicality.

Designer chairs, timeless icons

An indispensable element in the home, the most famous designers have always turned this simple furniture into an object of artistic value, able to raise the aesthetics of the space. Timeless designer chairs, icons and endless sources of reproduction are still present in modern furniture. A true classic is Michael Thonet's Chair No.14 from 1859, the embodiment of a rational and coherent aesthetic language, thanks to its lightness and incredible resistance unprecedented before. From wood to plastic, the 1960 Panton chair, designed by Verner Panton, with its typical 'S' shape, is considered one of the masterpieces of Danish design. It was the first chair made from a single sheet of plastic. The Panton chair is an icon of the XX It is also in the collections of many museums. Newer, but no less important, the Luis Ghost chair by Philippe Starck, made in 2002 for Kartell, is the boldest example of polycarbonate injection in a single mold. but with an elusive and crystalline image, it initiated a small revolution in the world of furniture.


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