No Matter Which Position You Take, the Two-Position Chair from University Loft is the Perfect Choice

The Two-Position Chair from University LoftYes or no? Black or white? Medium or large? Beyond these ordinary life choices, we must also sometimes choose sides or take a stance. We’re expected to take a position and stick to it! But when it comes to college student seating choices, you can be more flexible with the Two-Position Chair from University Loft. Take whichever position you want – forward or back – and then tilt toward the other. It’s that easy and it’s your choice. How cool is that!

You see, the University Loft Two-Position Chair isn’t like most ordinary college seating choices. Most student chairs either leave you flat (flat on the floor, that is) or put you in peril if you rock back. And if you do tilt backwards on a run-of-the-mill student chair, you’ll weaken the chair over time and before you know it, the chair might collapse! But with the solid wood Two-Position student chair from University Loft (built using super-strong mortise and tenon construction) you’re always firmly connected to the floor beneath your feet. Want to lean forward? No problem. Want to rock back? The ULoft Two-Position Chair will keep you well-grounded!

So take a firm stance in the dorm room: choose the Two-Position Chair from University Loft and you’ll always be on firm ground for comfortable studying and residence hall living!

Bob

The ULoft Blog Team

About University Loft Company and our solid wood modular residence life furniture:

Since 1984, when James Jannetides built a loft configuration for his own dorm room at Southern Illinois University, hundreds of thousands of college students have enjoyed better campus living thanks to University Loft furniture. Today, University Loft serves more than 1,200 colleges, universities and related student housing partners. As Jannetides’ says: “We are always learning, always innovating, and always improving … our environment, our products, and our service. We are University Loft Company.”