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Jaroslav ČEFO – Hotel director of Galeria Thermal Bešeňová ****

“We are a Hungarian company that deals with equipment rental and organization of some programs. We have already bought about 600 white Chiavari chairs from Confer. We are fully satisfied with Confer, the company is proper, fast and reliable. Transportation is always by agreement. Chiavari chairs are high quality and very elegant. All our clients were extremely satisfied.”

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Types of Wooden Chairs: A Guide to Choosing the Right One

Chairs come in various designs and dimensions, and while some may seem similar at first glance, they can differ in construction. However, choosing the right chair can sometimes be challenging when you have specific requirements. Regardless of the type of chair, there are several fundamental factors that can help you navigate through different options. In this blog, we'll describe the types of wooden chairs, providing insights to assist you in your selection.


To Revamp or Renew: The Dilemma of Church Seating

The choice between embracing new church pews and chairs or restoring the old ones is a multifaceted decision influenced by various factors. Within the ecclesiastical setting, seating not only serves a utilitarian purpose but also contributes significantly to the aesthetic appeal of the interior. Balancing budget constraints, contemporary functionality, and design aesthetics adds layers of complexity to the decision-making process.


Did you know that in ancient times there was no seating in the church?

Yes, it is true. There was no church furniture and people had to stand during the whole mass. The believers were not tied to any position and moved freely around the church. So, when did pews first appear in churches? Since the history of sitting in churches is more complex, we will bring this topic to you in more detail in the following article.

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