Buying Office chairs
There is a good chance that you're going to spend a lot of time in your home office, probably sitting in an office chair, so you want to find a chair that works well for you. Finding the right office chair isn't as easy as simply finding a chair with a lot of padding; there are several different factors that go into making a good desk chair. A good desk chair will swivel, allow you to adjust the height of the chair, have adequate padding and offer support in the places you need it most. Nearly all office chairs swivel, so that won't be a difficult feature to find, but make sure that the chair you get will allow you to adjust the height so that it's comfortable for you. Ideally, when you're sitting in your office chair with your feet flat on the floor, your thighs should be parallel with the ground. You will want your office chair to have padding, but you don't need a lot. What will make the most difference in the comfort of your chair is whether or not it is ergonomic, meaning that it molds well to the contours of your body. Your office chair should curve in at the lower back to support your lumbar and should offer enough curve in the seat to avoid pressure points.