My Chair? – Why the Perfect Style Takes Time

Posted on May 21 2019 - 5:00am by Ella

Hate them or love them, but there’s something regal about those reality television stars who have gone on to own the reality T.V. space and pretty much establish themselves as the face of reality T.V. I mean you’ll find them sitting in their rather expensive-looking chairs to perhaps get a bit of admin done, but a lot of work actually gets done behind the scenes.

If anything, these days when someone decides to go into reality T.V. it’s as a result of some success they realised in some other fields – success which they feel they need to capitalise on and perhaps share with the world. I’m not going to discuss the Kardashians, but will rather cast a spotlight on the likes of Russell Simmons.

I swear, the magic is in that chair, something I’ve internalised personally and sought to explore further with the sourcing of my own home office chair. It may appear as if I’m making a big deal out of nothing, but I swear – you need to be comfortable and feel like you’re doing something important in order to make sure you get your work done and perhaps get some inspiration.

When we’re sifting through all the junk that you find online to complete the requisite research to go into a mere blog post, the chair you’re sitting in can make a big difference. That’s why it takes a while to find the perfect chair. It’s that big of a deal, true to the #MYCHAIRSTYLE campaign which has many of us scouring the extensive Furniture At Work catalogue to ultimately furnish our home office / office with the perfect fit in office chairs.

It’s about more than just comfort though – your own unique style needs to be radiated throughout your working space, with the focal point naturally that of the chair you’re sitting in.

Style takes time, especially if you’re trying to stay true to yourself, so if you perhaps need a bit of a push in the right direction with regards to some inspiration in identifying your unique style, Furniture@Work has put together a nice infographic for us!