HomeThangs.com Has Introduced A Guide To Ergonomic Office Chairs

HomeThangs.com the Online Home Improvement Store has made their goal to deliver the right product to the consumer. With that in mind, shopping and home design tips, as well as special product selections are being introduced.

For those that work from home or spend any serious amount of time sitting in front of a computer, a good office chair is hands down the most important furnishing in a home office. The desk is a bigger decor statement, and bookshelves and other office equipment are definitely important, but research is finding that how much time is spent sitting can have a huge impact on a persons overall health. HomeThangs.com has introduced a guide to finding an office chair that not only looks good, but is also supportive, comfortable, and designed to match the amount of time spent sitting in it.

Written By PRWEB

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Seeking a ‘Middle-Aged’ Look

In an age when the syringe has practically replaced the scalpel, the phrase “Park Avenue dermatologist” likely calls to mind Real Housewives with unmoving foreheads and plumped lips. But those are not the patients in the waiting room of Dr. Macrene Alexiades-Armenakas.

“I don’t do a lot of arm candy,” she said in a recent interview. “My patients aren’t in here because they’re trying to hold on to their husbands. If they’re trying to hang on to anything, it’s their jobs.”

Written By KAREN SCHWARTZ

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Fancy new office tower pulls out all the art stops: Yes, that’s an art car in the lobby

It took 9,000 hours over a period of seven months for eight craftsmen from two families to shape a work of art that comprises roughly 2,227,000 individual parts weighing a combined 200 pounds, with each one glued together one by one.

The completed sculpture, on view on the first floor of the new BBVA Compass Plaza on Post Oak Boulevard, speaks volumes of the cultural flavor of Houston and the values cherished by the city’s stakeholders — and the principles of the underwriters.

Written By JOEL LUKS

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Trendsetters at Work: Lulu Frost’s Office in New York City

Lulu Frost founder and designer Lisa Salzer doesn’t just create amazing baubles—she does so in an ultra chic office space wearing über cool clothes.

Her statement pieces (from necklaces to rings to earrings) may steal the show but her Big Apple life is equally as fascinating.

So we caught up with the talented gal, who considers Bobbi Brown and Jenna Lyons close friends, to see what the day-to-day is really like for a top jewelry designer. Oh, and yeah, we also got to sneak a peek at the latest items in her jewelry collection.

Written By Cinya Burton

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An Office Landscape Designed to Kill Boring Meetings

Designs become icons when they embody the time in which they were created. The Eames lounge chair represented a midcentury shift to a more casual home life when many people still held “tea times” in formal living rooms. The invention of the Aeron chair in the 1990′s marked an era when a company could show that it cared about its employees by giving them the pinnacle in ergonomic seating. Today, with the launch of Herman Miller’s Public Office Landscape furniture system, Fuseproject, the design firm run by Yves Béhar, hopes to capture the spirit of our networked lives in a collection of chairs, desks, and space shaping components.

“We’re trying to reflect horizontality and creativity,” says Béhar. “Today, it’s not just the boss that gets a special chair. Because of improvements in materials and the way we approach design, everyone can have one. With the Public Office Landscape, we tried to capture this notion of collaboration and immediate access to ways of getting together.” On the surface the collection is stylish and airy, but below the polished aesthetics the system reveals a lot about what it means to be a modern office worker.

Written By JOSEPH FLAHERTY

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Office furniture companies ramp up operations

The office furniture industry is bracing for a period of significant change beyond the myriad new products the companies unveiled last month at the NeoCon expo in Chicago.

Crain’s Detroit Business reports that as the new product cadence accelerates to accommodate all the new innovations the industry has developed, companies are scrambling to retool their factories. Luckily, their operational performance has mostly improved with the overall economy, and they are able to find the financing they need for equipment or additional facilities. Given their better positions, more companies also have started hunting for strategic acquisitions.

Written By Joe Boomgaard

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