Well, yes it does! Your ability to perform better at work depends a lot on the comfort of your workspace and the work environment. This also depends on each person’s perception of comfort. For some, sitting and working is most comfortable whereas others prefer to stand and work. Some also like to mix it up and spend few hours doing both using a sit/stand table.
The furniture you use must be functional and suit your needs. If not, it generates discomfort and even pain. This will gradually affect your motivation to work and your concentration level. The ergonomic characteristics of your furniture such as your chair, is a key element that helps you perform your daily tasks at work optimally.
Your furniture also affects your mood to work, whether it be from home or from office. A comfortable position to work is what makes your mind say - “I feel like working today”!