There are a lot of places you go during life where you have to sit such as the dentist, office reception areas, school meetings and more. Usually, you’re going to be doing that in a horrible chair. Luckily, the Verve seating collection is a line of commercial chairs that are designed for the human body using ergonomics.
Verve is a synonym for spirit or liveliness, according to the company’s literature. Therefore, a good chair should offer you a little more liveliness after you’ve rested your feet and body.
The line of chairs is meant for all commercial spaces. In fact, the designs work as desk chairs, waiting area chairs, lobby chairs, break room and cafeteria chairs. If you need to sit in a commercial building, Verve has a chair designed for that.
Verve chairs are made with an aluminum or wood frame in multiple stain shades and powder coatings. Plastic glides, glides with felt pads and hard or soft casters finish off the feet of the chairs.
Furthermore, these chairs were made in the USA and they are Greenguard IAQ and Level 1 certified for sustainable design. The aluminum frame is made with recycled material and the powder coating is VOC-free and water-based.
These chairs are ergonomically designed to support and soothe the human body but the design is also about looking nice, too. Additionally, the clean lines and gentle curves create a look that’s pleasing and inviting. There are no sharp edges or hard angles on these chairs. There’s also no excess. The sweeping lines and simplistic style create a streamlined, minimalist appeal that isn’t bulky or overbearing.
Meanwhile, the backs of these chairs are angled, which makes each one feel like a lounge chair. There is also built-in lumbar support to relieve and prevent lower back tension.
Verve chairs are available in 11 colors. The tough outer shell is soft but durable recyclable polypropylene. Mark Kapka designed Verve chairs, which are sold by Stylex.
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