After a few months of bad posture and uncomfortable seating, Wazo Furniture came to the rescue.
Recently, I talked about my tips on keeping an organized office. Little habits can keep your working space looking clean, presentable, and polished. Are you welcoming clients every week? Does your job entail of sitting in front of your computer for hours at a time? Regardless of what you do, an organized office can make the world of a difference. It’s time to meet those deadlines and reach those goals.
This summer, I downsized a little. We’re currently changing things around in the Fabulous Habits household, and one of them was rearranging my office. Regardless of size, there are ways to keep your working space organized so as to not hinder productivity.
As we rearranged, one thing was pretty clear: I was without a good chair (and for quite some time, at that). Unfortunately, I thought that my little bench was cute and worth the sacrifice of neck-and-back-strain.
Little did I know that elegant could also be comfortable. This is where Wazo Furniture comes in.
I had known about Wazo for quite some time. I would often stumble on their website and social media, “ooh-ing and ahh-ing” as I scrolled through images of their sleek chairs, sofas, and tables. Just by the looks of it, I knew that their designs would go perfectly with aesthetics of my home.
Getting my hands on an Eames chair was my lucky day. Sturdy, refined, and modern, the Eames is just what I needed to tie up the looks of my new “mini office”. As I approach my workspace with a minimalist perspective, I know that I have to get key pieces in keeping it sleek, comfy, and coordinated.
The Eames chair is one of Wazo’s bestsellers. Solid without looking too clunky, they’ve designed it with style and convenience in mind. I love that it doesn’t take up too much space in my (much) smaller setup, but still makes a statement when you first enter the room.
You can only imagine how ecstatic I was to pickup my new chairs (I got a second one for convenience and extra seating). Their showroom was clean, properly staged, and had me excited for our next move. Hopefully, Joe remembered all the pieces I showed him. In all my excitement, I may have overwhelmed my husband with all my ‘furniture-wants’ the moment we walked in.
Looking for more pieces to get inspired by? This is only the beginning! You can follow Wazo Furniture on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and Youtube. I for one am definitely looking forward to visiting Wazo Furniture again.