Stacking Guest Chairs

The comfort of your guests is integral to having a successful conference. Find chairs that provide visitors an enjoyable time in your work area. Versatile, durable stacking guest chairs provide an excellent way to accommodate your guests. The mid back level of each chair ensures your guests will stay engaged on the task at hand. A slim design allows for an ideal fit to any work environment. A convenient grip on the back of each chair enables easy rearrangement, stacking & storage. Welded construction enables your seating to withstand frequent use and movement. Add style and functionality to your conference room with stacking guest chairs from Office Furniture Works.


Stacking Guest Chairs

Training rooms call for reconfiguration constantly. Conference rooms call for flexibility on demand. Find a cost-effective seating solution for large groups in a variety of environments. Lightweight but durable, these stacking guest chairs provide excellent support and can easily rearrange to accommodate any work area configuration. Welded construction ensures your seating will withstand frequent use and rearrangement. Furthermore, a convenient grip on the backrest of each chair along with light construction allow training room chairs to be stacked, stored & rearranged quickly, making it easier to accommodate large, changing groups.

To begin with, stackable guest chairs enable effective space utilization with easy storage, stacking up to sixteen high. Versatility and convenience are important factors when considering training room seating. Similarly, slim profile integrates well in any surrounding, as well as for storing purposes. Keep your guests comfortable with stacking guest chairs from Office Furniture Works. Interested in a cost-effective seating solution?

With the fast lead times, Office Furniture Works’s InStock program offers high-quality seating that combines award-winning design with intelligent ergonomics. Meet immediate workspace needs with options for 2, 5 or 10-day shipping. Considering an investment in the productivity of your workspace? Heres what we suggest: cull some qualitative and quantitative data from that workspace. First, start with a headcount, then drill down to individual work styles and preference. Ready to start the conversation?