Minimalism and layering neutral colors are two trends that we’re ready to sit on. There’s something lux about minimalist design that adds a certain je ne sais quoi to a workspace. We’ve got three chairs that we think fit into the neutral design movement.
The Proform with handstitched, horizontal channel details on the front and back looks especially chic in grey, authentic Italian leather, and the polished aluminum frame. Not to mention how great it feels with the proprietary, multi-density foam cushion construction that makes Proform extremely comfortable and helps alleviate pressure points. It also comes in beige, black, brown, and white leather options.
As part of the executive chair line, the Run II High-Back adjusts to your ergonomic needs while making you feel like a boss. Its grey frame, grey 4-way stretch, elastomeric mesh back, and aluminum finish complement the beige leather seat which is also designed with the same ergonomic proprietary foam that Proform boasts. Its height-adjustable arms have a 4” range to ergonomically fit different sized users and support different tasks. This chair also comes in black, brown, and white leather seat varieties.
We’re loving the black, grey, and white vibes the Vero Mid-Back in white leather brings to the table – literally. You may know it as the chair designed with Zen in mind, but it’s more than a beautiful piece of furniture. Vero also comes with the proprietary comfort foam which is injection-molded perfectly around a sturdy, metal framework and offers intuitive synchronized tilt control with a 4-position limiter and back height adjustment for adjustable lumbar support. Vero also comes in black, brown, and grey leather options.