Lockdowns, quarantine, limited time outside–staying at home, surpassing doing absolutely the right thing, has made us remarkably more familiar with the interiors of our houses. In situations like this, our thoughts turn from boredom to development, something out of the box, I say. We’d think of several matters on improving one thing or another. Some of us would look for another set of mass-produced furniture since most Americans are now stuck to their chairs. Online furniture resellers and retailers are budding out, offering pick up and/or delivery services. We’ve compiled a list of ergonomic chairs that might work as upgrades for your homes.
Pesce Foot Chair
Designed by Gaetano Pesce in 1969 for B&B Italia The legendary “UP-7” Foot is made of flexible cold-shaped polyurethane foam with a smooth and flexible black coating. Not only an expressive sculpture, but also a real lounge chair!
Rietveld Reproduction Chair
Although the chair was originally designed in 1918, its color scheme of primary colors (red, yellow, blue) plus black—so closely associated with the Dutch de Stijl art and architecture movement—was applied around 1923.
Don Chadwick Slipper Chair for Herman Miller
Chadwick Modular Seating embodies a modular system’s ideal benefit: vast variety from just a few parts. Originally designed in 1974, and now updated with a contemporary seat height and the ability to carry power, it remains one of the most versatile and enduring lounge furniture options available.
Camo Eames Chair
The Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman were the designers’ first foray into high-end design. … It is a show of craftsmanship that’s slimmer and more lightweight than a traditional club chair, and—many would argue—also more comfortable.
Cabela’s Rocking Chair
Built extra strong, the Big Outdoorsman features a hardy powder-coated 22 mm steel frame covered with heavy-duty, water-resistant 600 denier polyester fabric. Thick foam padding in the seat and back provide extra comfort. Handy design folds flat for easy transport and storage.
Denim Beanbag Chair and Pillow
The Sacco chair, also called bean bag chair, is a large fabric bag, filled with polystyrene beans, designed by Piero Gatti, Cesare Paolini and Franco Teodoro. The product is an example of an anatomic chair, as the shape of the object is set by the user.