Sometimes knowing what your office doesn’t need helps narrow your furniture purchasing strategy. Whether the size of your office is large or small, the following basic furnishings should always be considered, even if it is determined some of them are unnecessary.
TASK SEATING Designed to be adaptable to specific tasks performed, ergonomic chairs allow your employees to get the job done faster, in a more comfortable and healthy way.
DESKING SYSTEMS Today’s organized systems provide places for computers, numerous devices and ‘things’.
VISITOR SEATING Seating that gives your guests or patients a place to get comfortable, in areas such as lounges or waiting rooms.
OCCASIONAL FURNITURE This shows that you’ve put more thought into your workplace than “just the basics.”
RECEPTION AREA – Extra attention here gives you opportunity to make a great first impression.
ARCHITECTURAL WALLS/PANEL SYSTEMS These systems create division between people and distractions.
POWER/DATA SOLUTIONS An important consideration for your furniture in today’s ‘connected’ world.
TASK LIGHTING The illuminance level and contrast and proper lighting for mood and eyesight cannot be underestimated.
STORAGE Planning ahead gives you a place to file documents, clear clutter and hide personal belongings.
BREAK ROOM TABLES AND SEATING Area that allows your employees to take a healthy break from their work for a meal or even conversation.
What do you think? What furnishings do you consider essential in your office?