Why should you choose wood chairs for a library?
There are several different things to consider when buying furniture for a library. Choosing building materials for library furniture is an important decision. We highly recommend wood library chairs. Hardwood chairs are very strong. Strong chairs are a necessity when it comes to busy, shared spaces. But what about the other decisions you have to make when buying chairs?
Why should you choose a stacking chair?
Some wood library chairs can stack. Stackable chairs are perfect for institutions like libraries that have limited storage space. When looking for stackable chairs, you will want to search for ones that can stack up to 10 chairs high. When looking at options for stacking chairs, chair joints matter. The joints are where chairs typically fail. Therefore, it is worth seeking out companies, such as Eustis Chair, that offer superior chair joinery. Eustis Chair is able to provide an unmatched 20-year warranty on our stacking chairs thanks to this chair joinery technology. Once the wood chairs are stacked, they are easily moved with a transporter.
Why should you choose a chair with arms?
Choosing whether or not to get a library chair with arms can be a hard choice. Both practically, aesthetically, and comfort-wise, there are pros and cons to both decisions. Most patrons usually prefer wood library chairs with arms to rest against for ease and comfort while reading.
Why should I work with a custom chair manufacturer?
Custom chairs are made to order. That means you will end up with chairs that perfectly match your library. Custom chair manufacturers can help you choose which wood(s) and/or paints and stains would look best with your space.
What else do I need to know?
When it comes time to renovate a library, you will need to make many decisions. Luckily, Eustis Chair created a definitive guide to library renovation projects which can be accessed here.