11. Caper Chairs Weighing about half as much as competing models, colorful Caper chairs are a breeze to move and store. They’re stackable no matter how they’re specified – with casters or glides, with arms or without.
12. Eames Molded Plastic Chairs Charles and Ray Eames adapted molding techniques developed during World War II to make this enduring classic, the first mass-produced plastic chair. Specified with a four-legged base, it stacks up to 14 high. 13. Limerick® Chairs Limerick chairs are right up there – they stack 10 high on the floor or 36 high on a specially designed cart. Fortunately, their price is down to earth.
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