If your WFH setup these days is anything like ours, you’ve commandeered the dining room table as your desk and traded in the office’s ergonomic rolling chair for the one you use for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams has seen enough. In its new spring collection, available to shop on February 1, the brand is offering the best of both worlds: a series of desk chairs remodeled from the company’s most popular dining room options.
Because working from a dining room chair has had its benefits, right? They’ve usually got more cushion, and they match the rest of the house rather than sticking out like a sore thumb. Each of MGBW’s updated designs has a traditional silhouette that forgoes the industrial vibe. Plus the hybrids, named Ada, Bella, and Gage, will be available in hundreds of color and fabric options. The chairs are priced at $1,095 (Ada), $1,245 (Bella), and $995 (Gage).
The five-point base provides stability when rolling from the desk to the kitchen for another coffee, and a lever on the side lets you adjust the height to account for other makeshift work areas like the countertop or windowsill. At least now, when the oven timer goes off, you can swivel from desk to dinner without having to get out of your seat.