Fully-Upholstered Fabric Furniture Collections

Fully-upholstered fabric furniture describes collections of waiting room, reception area, office, or lobby furniture sets upholstered in fabric. The fabric upholstery is often 100% polyester and many upholstery fabrics are treated with Teflon or Scotchgard for enhanced performance and durability.


Armless Fabric Chair: Armless fabric chair refers to a single-person seating element upholstered in fabric with cushioned seat and backrest but no side arms. The fabric upholstery is often 100% polyester and many fabrics are treated to resist stains.

Bariatric Fabric Guest Chair: Bariatric fabric guest chair describes a larger guest chair, often with four-leg frame or sled-base frame, upholstered in fabric with a cushioned seat and backrest. The bariatric guest chairs provide increased weight capacity that can be double the weight capacity of the standard guest chairs depending on the collection design.

Big & Tall Design: Big & Tall designs are oversized and bariatric seating elements made to support taller or larger users with reliable strength, durability, and lasting comfort.

Fabric Arm Chair: Fabric arm chair describes a waiting room furniture product designed for one person, with left and right armrests and a cushioned seat and back. The arm chair is upholstered in fabric that is usually treated for increased resistance to stains for lasting appearance.

Fabric Guest Chair: Fabric guest chair refers to a single-person chair product with fabric upholstery, often with a classic-style four-leg frame for convenient waiting room or office use.

Fabric Loveseat: Fabric loveseat typically refers to a two-person seating element with end-arms and no center divide. The loveseat is upholstered in fabric; often polyester that has been treated to increase durable stain-resistance.

Fabric Sofa: Fabric sofa refers to seating units usually designed for three or more people with end-arms and fabric upholstery. The fabric upholstery is often polyester and treated for durability and stain-resistance.

Modular Bench Seat: Modular bench seat refers to a backless, cushioned and upholstered seating element designed for one, two, or three users depending on the length. The modular design coordinates with other seating and table elements in the collection for rows, groups, and customized arrangements.

Modular Fabric Seating Collection: Modular fabric seating collection refers to a collection of waiting room furniture consistent on single-user chairs, sections, and end units with and without armrests to accommodate grouped layouts in customized arrangements.

Modular Seating Units: Modular seating units refer to drenches, chairs, sofas or beam/row seating designed to fit together for organized arrangements in any waiting room, lobby, reception area, or office space. The seating units typically have full base or frame designs for a neater, organized appearance when combined with matching elements in a set.

Tablet Arm Chair: Tablet arm chair describes a single-person chair with two armrests and a tabletop panel attached to one armrest. The tablet panel usually pivots, flips up, or swivels out of the way for more comfortable sitting down and standing.


Center Arms: Center arms refer to the armrests positioned between two seats within a sofa, bench, or beam-seating element.

Coffee Table: Coffee tables are typically long and rectangular, with a length that comfortably blends with the sofa and/or loveseat in a furniture collection. The coffee table units are not as tall as standard utility or café tables, but offer comfortable access from the matching seating elements.

Connecting Center Table: Connecting center table describes a non-freestanding table element that connects to two chairs in a collection to provide a fixed row assembly.

Corner Table: Corner tables are made for the corner of a room or of a seating configuration, usually designed with a square or almost square tabletop shape and with a height that provides comfortable reach from the coordinating seating products.

Curved Arms: Curved arms can describe the armrests of select seating products that are rounded at the front for a sloped or decorative design, or curved arms can refer to armrests that curve outward to the sides, away from the user while providing support for resting arms.

Cylinder Table: Cylinder table is a circular table element with a fully enclosed base that has a uniform size from top to bottom.

End-Arms: End-arms refer to the armrests placed at the ends of a chair, loveseat, or sofa.

End Table: End tables are usually smaller than corner tables but offer a coordinating shape, usually close to a square for the tabletop. The end tables are made to place at the ends of seating rows or groups, or between two seating elements, with comfortable height for reaching when seated.

Front Casters: Front casters are two casters or wheels applied at the front base of a seating element of a table, with two legs at the back for stationary placement. The two-caster design accommodates tilt and roll mobility for easier rearrangement.

Leveling Glides: Leveling glides are adjustable or self-adjustable floor-safe elements found at the base of seating and table frames or legs designed to compensate for uneven floors by increasing or decreasing height at that point and reduce wobbling.

Modular Connecting Table: Modular connection tables are square or nearly square tables designed to fit closely together with other tables and seating elements in a modular collection for neat rows, clusters, and group arrangements. Connecting tables are typically placed between two seating elements for shared use.

Modular Corner Table: Modular corner tables are tables that blend together with seating elements in a collection to accommodate close arrangements for neat rows and groups. The corner table usually offers a 90° angle with a diamond-like shape for fitting in the corners of seating and table arrangements or in the corner of a room.

Modular Square Table: Modular square tables are square-shaped with four equal length sides, designed to blend into a customized layout of modular seating and tables for shared, end, or standalone use.

Sofa Table: Sofa table refers to a taller, usually rectangular, table that coordinates with a coffee table and other waiting room collection furniture but with a narrow tabletop designed for placing behind a sofa or loveseat, seating arrangement, or along a wall.

Wedge Table: Wedge tables are triangular tables with wide back edge and narrow front edge, almost forming a pointed tip. The wedge tables are designed to combine with other seating and table products in a collection for rows and groups that complement any location seating needs.

Construction Materials

Antimicrobial Antibacterial Vinyl Upholstery: Antimicrobial antibacterial vinyl upholstery describes vinyl upholstery that resists the growth of germs and bacteria as well as the collection of dirt from regular use. The vinyl is also easy to clean with a simple wipe-clean surface.

Button-Tufting: Button-tufting is the use of upholstery-covered buttons to decorate the seat and/or backrest cushions of a sofa, loveseat, or chair. The buttons are sewn through the upholstery and pulled tightly so they push into the foam cushions to create a firm, cushioned design.

High-Pressure Laminate Finish: High-pressure laminate finish is a durable, multi-layer finish applied under heat and pressure for a secure, permanent bond to the surfaces of core furniture panels. The finished surface is impact-resistant, as well as resistant to scratches, stains, and heat contact.

Laminate Base: Laminate base refers to the enclosed box-style base of select waiting room furniture collections with high-pressure laminate finish for a durable, easy-clean design. The lower base is usually enhanced by a recessed black vinyl kickplate.

Matrex Seat System: Matrex seat systems are typically designed with specially created elastic webbing for lasting seat cushion support without the need for springs or other traditional internal structures.

Multi-Step Hand-Rubbed Finishing Process: Multi-step hand-rubbed finishing process refers to the wood finishing process used in solid hardwood and wood veneer products. Applied by hand, traditional wood stain is used in several layers to provide rich penetrating color to wood and veneers.

Nailhead Trim: Nailhead trim is a series of brass nails with decorative-style nailheads that are usually applied by hand along the lower chair or sofa upholstery, near the armrests and seat for decoration. Traditionally, nailhead trim helped secure upholstery in place, but modern furniture design primarily uses nailhead trim for an antique-style effect.

No-Sag Spring Construction: No-sag spring construction is a seating support system that uses traditional spring supports for retaining shape and strength with continued use. The no-sag design prevents the seat from sagging over time.

Recessed Vinyl Kickplate: Recessed vinyl kickplate refers to a vinyl strip applied along the lowest edge of the laminate-base furniture, recessed or set back slightly from the profile of the laminate base for a reinforced design.

Reinforced Joints: Reinforced joints are connections that have additional support such as corner blocks, braces, or double-dowel joining systems to increase strength and durability.

Solid Hardwood Frame: Solid hardwood frame indicates the use of solid wood pieces to construct the internal and/or visible frame of a waiting room seating element or table.

Stiletto Legs: Stiletto legs are dramatically tapered furniture legs made of wood or metal with a more narrow design than subtly tapered legs. The tapering almost forms a pointed base reminiscent of stiletto heels.

Tapered Legs: Tapered legs are furniture legs that gradually narrow from top to bottom. The tapering can occur on one or all sides of the leg, and may be subtle or dramatic depending on the design.

Tempered Glass: Tempered glass is glass that has been treated for increased strength and durability as well as increased safety. Also known as safety glass, tempered glass breaks into small granules instead of sharp pieces if broken.

Wood Legs: Wood legs are furniture legs made of solid wood, usually finished by hand with traditional wood stain and sealed with a topcoat for protection.

100% Recycled Polyester Fabric Upholstery: Fabric upholstery described as 100% recycled polyester fabric typically refers to the use of fabric leftover from other products to cut down on waste and production costs.

100% Recycled Wood Fiber Core: Waiting room furniture designed with 100% recycled wood fiber core features core furniture panels made of fiberboard constructed from recycled wood and wood fibers. The wood fibers are mixed with wax or resin then pressed into balanced, even board-like panels used in furniture design.


ANSI/BIFMA: Waiting room furniture that meets standards set by ANSI/BIFMA have been verified by the American National Standards Institute and Business and Industrial Furniture Manufacturers Association to be of high-quality design and production.

Easy Clean Design: Easy clean design usually refers to vinyl-upholstered seating furniture that can easily be wiped clean for hassle-free maintenance and upkeep. Many vinyl upholstery options are also resistant to germs, dirt, and bacteria with antimicrobial antibacterial properties.

Ergonomic Support: Ergonomic support refers to seating elements designed for natural fit, feel, comfort, and support. Ergonomic features include waterfall seats to reduce pressure on legs, and backrest designs that increase spine contact for posture support.

Green Features: Green features describe any environmentally friendly design and/or production features such as the use of eco-friendly powder-coat paint, recycled materials, or the creation of a 100% recyclable product.

Non-Freestanding Design: Non-freestanding design describes connecting tables that come without a base or table legs. These tables require two coordinating seating elements to join together in a fixed row, group, or L-shaped configuration.

Open-Leg Styling: Open-leg styling describes the traditional-style four-leg frames with standard height for a spacious opening under the seating furniture. This style is generally easy to clean around for simpler facility upkeep.

Rounded Back: Rounded back usually refers to the top of a backrest that is rounded for decorative effect. Rounded back can alternatively refer to a backrest that is rounded to reduce seat depth slightly for increased spine and posture support.

Slightly Scaled-Down Size: Slightly scaled-down size refers to traditional-style furniture that is made slightly smaller for a more versatile design capable of furnishing smaller office, reception area, and waiting room locations.

Waterfall Front Seat: Waiting room seating with waterfall front seat are designed with a rounded seat that typically drops at the front for reduced pressure on the backs of legs to enhance comfort and promote good circulation.

Weight Capacity: Listed weight capacity refers to the tested and verified maximum safe weight that can be placed on a seat, table, sofa, or other waiting room furniture product, with weight evenly distributed. If the weight capacity is ignored or exceeded, the warranty on the furniture product may be void and the furniture may suffer damage.