Benefits of stacking chairs
When choosing your seating for your restaurant, consider buying stacking chairs. The benefits of choosing these types of chair are tenfold. (View the range…)
As you already know they stack on top of one another, they are functional, especially when you need to make allowances for larger parties of people.
They are a great space maximiser – when the party is over, you can stack them away neatly, they take up vertical space and not vital floor space, perfect when cleaning is required. Today most designs have corresponding trolleys and carts to allow for easier manoeuvrability and quickness of tidy up.
Stacking chairs are normally made from plastic and are widely used in golf clubhouses, conference centres, hotels, schools, outdoor areas and fast food restaurants. However, the range of wooden designs are also becoming more popular especially for venues which host weddings and other such celebrations.
Their strong design construction allows for continuous moving, shifting and stacking. If it’s plastic you have chosen then they are lightweight which allows them to be moved with minimal effort and many are designed for both indoor and outdoor use.
They have great versatility, gone are the days of the functional looking stacking chair. There are many beautiful designs on the market and along the way comfort has been improved greatly. Many can have their seat pads upholstered and feature a curved back, which can also be upholstered to enhance greater comfort and allows for your customers to sit on comfortably for a couple of hours. As well as chair design, seat pads and fabric choice you can combined all of these options with different frames – metal or wooden – which can also be powder coated or finished in many different colours – your choices are almost limitless.
Before making you choice, you need to ensure that you are completely satisfied with your decision, consider the following:
• your clientèle
• your venue
• how they will be used
• construction & durability
• style and design
Tom is the Marketing Manager for Hill Cross Furniture and loves all things design related. He is an avid photographer and likes nothing more than being out with his camera and messing around on the adobe suite.