Most managers would not use fabric office chairs. They mess with most of modern environments, bringing romantic retro feel to modernist and utilitarian rooms. Those who don’t have a strict boss, who keeps his eye on any signs of eclecticism, or who are able to renovate their workspace according to their liking sometimes choose these furniture products.
Once you bring in something like Bragance desk chair from Alcutt Hill, you will face a dilemma whether keep going into pseudo-baroque direction or settle with just the comfort this pleasant chair, richly adorned with gray fabric and silver buttons, provides. Wool fabric might be useful if you’re in England, where heating in winter is always bad, or just if you’re extra sensitive to cold. Fabric office chairs with wheels are more common than wheel-less, despite the obvious retro allure. In most cases you need to do a special pre-order to get such a chair without them.
Because fabrics are so varied but flexible in their application, it is often possible to order desk and chair combo with same fabric. Such purchase can turn your office into African cave if you choose leopard fabric, or French boudoir if you choose something with feminine pattern. If you wish to add even more immersion in some outlandish looks, try getting fabric office chairs with arms. But not just any arms, but themed ones. Sadly, ivory trading is prohibited in most countries now, otherwise you could become Chief of your local office tribe with ivory arms! As for French motif, any silver or imitation of it will do.