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wood vs steel chairs

Wood Chairs, Plastic Chairs, and Steel Chairs: The Ultimate Showdown

Which seating material is best for institutions? It wasn't until the twentieth century that wood chairs found serious competition. Shifting architectural trends and technological processes brought about the popularity of metal and plastic as the de-facto chair materials. Metal and plastic chairs are automatically connected with... Read More

conference room wood chairs

Prestigious Companies Start with Board Room Chairs

Your company needs better seating. Imagine any corporate headquarters: glossy offices in towering skyscrapers or their own campus, all of which made by the best international designers and architects. Every little detail needs to scream that this is important business, as is tantamount to the company... Read More

custom wood chairs

Choosing the Right Wood Chair Finish

There are several finish options for your custom wood chairs. One of the most attractive features of a wood chair comes in its gorgeous colors, with swirls and strokes of brown from the tree rings it was harvested from. Choosing the best color for your wood... Read More

Traditional vs. Contemporary Chair Styles

Which style is best for you? You're currently looking for the perfect seating for your project or renovation, and you may be debating what style fits best with your overall design vision. Both types of seating have their advantages, especially when paired with the most common... Read More

How Many Eustis Chairs Fit in a Closet?

One of the benefits of our hardwood stacking chairs is new storage capabilities, as our chairs will take up much less space than the average seating. To fully test this we decided to see how many of our chairs will fit within a 9 ft... Read More

Joints Matter for Institutional Use

There are several types of wood joints that are in use today, but almost none that guarantee chairs that will never wobble. Our biggest difference from the competition is our proprietary Eustis Joint, which combines mortise and tenon construction with modern engineering. Everyone who cares about... Read More

stacking wood chairs

Five Reasons to Choose Wood Chairs that Stack

Your facilities likely include rooms that must be rearranged for different events, which can seem a monumental task to perform again and again. You might also face difficulty when it comes time to deep clean the floor of your dining area, as juggling the seating... Read More

Optimize Your Seat Count with 10-60 Chairs

Weddings and other functions tend towards needing as much seating as possible in their fine dining banquet halls. To allow as much room as possible we have developed 10-60 versions of select chair designs. These chairs are narrower at the front of the seat than... Read More

Wood Chairs Best for Alleviating Back Pain

Back pain is one of the most common ailments people everywhere deal with - even the World Health Organization dubs it "a very common health problem worldwide". Left unchecked, it can cause problems from affecting your quality of life and work performance to causing serious... Read More

caster chairs

Details Matter For Durability

When you need durable wooden chairs for high use areas, details matter.  We focus our attention and design to make sure every part of your chairs from the chair joints, down to our optional castors, will last for decades even in school and university use.... Read More