Updated: Oct 9
Creating a home that is better for your ADHD is more than decluttering, keeping tidy, and organizing your things. It also has to do with the products you bring into your home and the furniture you buy. So let's talk about one of the biggest investments for someone with ADHD....chairs.
If you're like me you've never sat normally in a chair. I would constantly be squatting at the dining room table when eating breakfast as a kid, sitting crossed-legged in my desk chair while at work, and rolled into a ball of limbs when watching TV on the sofa. I always just took this as a weird personal quirk until I found out that it might be due to my ADHD.
People with ADHD have a reputation of fidgeting and not being able to sit still. Typical chairs and seats just won't cut it for someone with a neurodivergent mind, but thankfully in design, we've come a long way to come up with multiple ways to sit stylishly when you can't sit still.
Want to find the best chair for your ADHD? Then read on for this helpful list of things to look for in your next armchair.
Sitting still is an big challenge for many folks with ADHD. That's why swivel chairs are great for working with one's fidgeting rather than against it. Swivel chairs offer flexibility and movement while looking chic and stylish in one's home.