gendon. Furniture Office. January 28th , 2017.
Reception desk furniture is more than just a place for the receptionist to sit and answer the phone. It is usually the first element of design and personality that a customer or client will see when he or she enters your office. Of all of your office furniture, reception desk choice should be the one that is the most carefully considered. Take your time to find the reception desk furniture that shows off your company’s style and character the most directly. The First Impression Usually the reception desk furniture is a customer’s introduction to your business. You want to be sure that the furniture that fills the reception area truly reflects who your company is. If the reception desk looks like it was pieced together in the back of a discount store, it will make your company look like it cuts too many corners.
Sometimes less is more. The Walter is flat surface top with a drawer on each side. The rolled and hexagon steel legs gives the desk a feeling of floating in the air. The top and drawers are made from reclaimed oak wood making this one of the most environmentalist desks around. A little bit of the right music can stimulate and improve concentration and production. Or so I have heard. But do you really need an excuse to have a desk with built in speakers? Behind cabinet doors are two 4inch high efficiency full range drivers with titanium cones and paired with a 1/4inch subwoofer. The speakers can be used with wireless streaming for a wire free work surface. The Laura desk is writing desk that is simple yet functional and modern. The three cubbies at the back end hides two ports back in the shadow. There are two angled drawers for simple storage solutions for small items like pens, paperclips, smartphones and notebooks. The Locus Sphere workstation is another standing desk.
It doesn’t matter how much time and effort you spend getting the look of your home office just right; if you have an ugly filing cabinet, the whole room tends to sag in disappointment. But it needn’t. Rather than being a bulky eyesore, a filing cabinet can both fade into the background and be a valuable home office addition that does far more than just keep your affairs in order. These ideas are sure to inspire a change. No need to clutter up a sleek home office with extra chairs if you need them only once in a while. Add a cushioned top to a filing cabinet on wheels, and you’ve got an extra seat for guests whenever the occasion arises. Coordinate the color of your cabinet with your desk and other room elements, and it will go unnoticed when not in use — just slide it under your desk so it’s out of the way. If you can squeeze a sofa into your home office, do so at once.
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