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It’s a good idea to look into conference chairs so that your office can have a place for people to sit when they need to have a meeting. Take a minute to go through the tips here so you can order whatever you need.


When you’re trying to furnish a boardroom or something similar, you need to think of what will match the room. A lot of the time, people will just order anything and they’ll quickly find out that it’s not going to work in that room. Think of the colours of the walls and what the floor looks like in the room. It’s a lot easier to have people sit in that room and work on a project if things aren’t an eyesore. It’s smart for you to really think through what the chair should look like before buying it.









Conference chairs need to be bought new if you want to be sure that they’re not damaged in any way. However, you may find that when you get these kinds of chairs shipped, they may get damaged from time to time. If this happens, it’s up to you to let the person that shipped it know what kind of damage was done. Generally they’ll give you some of your money back or they’ll replace everything for you. Whatever you decide to do, you’re going to want to make sure that you don’t hang onto something that’s damaged because the longer you wait, the less of a chance you can get things fixed.


Conference table.Think about how comfortable the chair will be. If this is going into a boardroom or anywhere that people will have to sit in the chairs for a while, then it’s better to think about comfort than style. Even if the room looks fantastic with older and less comfortable chairs, people are going to get tired of the chairs and won’t be as productive in them. If you get a lot of complaints about the chairs, then you may need to try getting a different kind to try.


Take care of whatever chairs you have after you get them. You’re really going to want to use something like wood polish, and you’ll need to clean the chairs off weekly or so. This way, you can be sure that you’re not going to have to replace the chairs right away. When it comes down to it, buying chairs all the time will cost you too much money and won’t be worth it after a while. When you take care of things, you’ll know that you don’t have to spend a lot of money all the time on getting new chairs.


You’re now someone that knows a little bit more about conference chairs. In the end, it won’t be that hard to get what you need. It’s all about taking the needed time to learn what you can. That way, you’re able to get things in order after you get started.


The Italians have ruled the contemporary furniture world for more than 60 years, but at this year’s Milan Design Week, the British have staged a very stylish coup.

Now in its 55th year, the Salone Internazionale del Mobile, which ends on Sunday, started out as a small trade fair, becoming a city-wide celebration of design attracting more than 2,000 exhibitors and more than 300,000 visitors from around the world.

While the big Italian brands still dominate, with their huge, spectacularly decorated stands – £500K is not an unusual pricetag for a spot at the main fair – British designers have made a bigger splash with delegates at hundreds of smaller events that take place across the city.

“Twenty years ago, everyone looked to the Italian design industry for inspiration,” says Duncan Riches, the brand consultant and style writer. “Over the past decade or so, there has been a move towards northern Europe – it’s where the influential designers are coming from and leading way with new ideas and products. British designers are going to Milan with more confidence, and mature, polished work.”

Here’s the best of what the British have had to offer.

Man in a van

British designer Lee Broom has literally stopped traffic with his light installation, a travelling show set inside a monogrammed delivery van dubbed the “Salone del Automobile”. Visitors to the van, which has been pitched at key hotspots throughout the week, are invited to step inside to view Broom’s optical designs in a temporary space dressed like a grand Italian palazzo.

“I wanted to do a mobile show that I could bring to the people because there’s so much going on in Milan that it’s impossible to see everything,” said Broom. “Every year, we joke about just doing the show at Bar Basso, because it’s the place that everyone heads to for a nightcap. This year, we’ve actually done it.”

When it comes to creating theatrical, immersive installations, Broom has form. Last year, he showcased his products inside an imaginary department store, complete with costumed staff.

“Brits aren’t afraid to take a few risks and come at things from a different angle,” he says. “I don’t take myself too seriously, and that filters down into my design work. I like creating things that are formal and fun at the same time.”

Broom’s eye-catching monochrome floor and pendant lights are certainly that.

Dine style

Design tourists are queueing up to be seen at Tom Dixon’s impressive pop-up restaurant inside a former medieval church. Built in conjunction with the leading quartz manufactuer Caesarstone, the space features monolithic tables and seating, as well as four conceptual kitchens inspired by the elements.

The experimental menu – think frozen vegetables served with boiling broth – is cooked using hi-tech Electrolux Grand Cuisine appliances and served by waiters in unintentionally amusing outfits. It’s all hugely ambitious and entertaining, but Dixon’s products, which are dotted throughout the space, play second fiddle to the experience.

Wouldn’t he have rather done something… simpler? “We have no choice,” says Dixon. “The stakes are high and you have to gamble. Milan gets bigger every year and has essentially become a carnival of design. The whole world turns up and expects sensation and to be entertained.”

With global brands including Microsoft, AirBnB and Nike staging their own events, the calendar is busier – and more competitive – than ever as people dash about town trying to take it all in.

“The Restaurant is about getting people to slow down a bit because it can get pretty frenetic,” says Dixon. “If you give people this bit of comfort and space for contemplation, what’s nice is that it becomes quite Italian. I learned a long time ago that the Italians have a better attitude to living.”

Quiet design

“British designers have the ability to do things really well, but not to shout about it,” says Riches. “When you’re British, you can’t be too boastful – it’s not in our nature. There’s a new English sensibility emerging that’s modern, restrained and balanced. And Pinch is the perfect example of that.”

Taking up residence in an old Milanese shoe shop, Pinch, a London furniture studio, showed four new designs including the striking Nim coffee table, made using the water-based composite material Jesmonite with fine powdered copper suspended in it. Blow torch work and paint effects create a dramatic colour graduation on the sides of the piece.

Read more here: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/interiors/home/meet-the-british-furniture-designers-wowing-milan-design-week/