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Guide to Style, Material & Color
Guide to Contemporary & Modern Office Furniture
Modern office furniture is typically a seamless synthesis of sleek design, contemporary texture and innovative technology. It is this sophisticated synergy that lends a sense of distinction to any up-to-date space.
Influenced by modernism principles, today's high-quality modern office furniture offers clean lines and eclectic looks.Read More
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Guide to Classic & Traditional Office Furniture
Traditional and classic office furniture conveys a look of timeless elegance. Favored as a style that will last throughout the decades, traditional office furniture is suitable for any business or industry environment.
Whether furnishing an executive suite or a home office, traditional pieces can give a room an elegant, Old-World style that is simple and non-intrusive. High-quality classic furniture offers lasting durability and a tasteful appearance.Read More
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Guide to Ergonomic Office Furniture
It’s no surprise that activity is good for the human body; unfortunately, more jobs than ever before require employees to sit at their desks for hours on end, staring into computer screens and getting up only for short walks to the break room or, if they’re lucky, across the office several times.
As a result, workers’ happiness and productivity is affected by the lack of movement. Even worse, some may sustain injuries to their backs, wrists, necks and other areas of the body if the office does not provide ergonomic office furniture.Read More
Guide to Wood Office Furniture
Wood is one of the most prevalent materials used to make business furniture. Because wood is sturdy and durable and is an easy material for furniture makers to work with, wood office furniture has been a popular staple on the marketplace for many years.
Made from deciduous trees like Oak and Mahogany, its rich hues and attractive markings offer spaces a refined look ideal for any professional palette.Read More
Guide to Steel & Metal Office Furniture
High-quality, attractive furniture can improve the moods of visiting clients, patients, guests and workers, which can boost sales and productivity. When considering design, there are plenty of options available, ranging from style, material, comfort level and color, but many designers and owners find the most success mixing styles to create a totally unique design all their own.
This can be achieved by combining elements from different eras that are made out of several types of materials, and steel office furniture is a great option to do just that.Read More
Guide to Glass Office Furniture
Glass office furniture offers any business or home design plan an element of modern style and elegance. Glass furniture is versatile and can fit in perfectly with many types of design schemes.
Glass office furniture can transform a space from stuffy and out of date to bright and modern. From reception areas to conference rooms and desks, a smart manager knows that bringing in glass elements from Office Furniture Warehouse can make all the difference in the world.Read More
Guide to Office Types
Guide to Your Home Office Furniture
Because your home-based business or home small office isn't the primary purpose for the room, it's imperative the area works for you, your work and your family.
Designing a home office doesn't have to be a stressful, high-cost project that you have to take on alone. The experts at Office Furniture Warehouse are experienced in helping individuals and home business owners to create the most suitable office layout and plan possible.Read More
Guide to Executive Office Furniture
Executives who lead companies to success deserve high-quality office furniture. The right executive office furniture will showcase leadership and style as well as a sense of power that comes with having an executive title. Hitting the right balance with an executive office doesn't have to be hard.
Busy executives will often spend countless hours on the phone or with clients and business associates in their personal office. Comfortable executive seating makes sure company leaders are comfortable working late into the night and relaxed when dealing with the stress of managing a company.Read More
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Guide to Medical & Doctor's Office Furniture
With both national and global spotlights on health care, it’s more important than ever for medical offices and businesses to create comfortable, attractive and secure spaces for patients, family members and friends – and their valuable information and documents.
This can be done with the assistance of office layout designers, some high-quality used medical office furniture, and an attention to detail that still takes patient confidentiality and health codes into consideration.Read More
Guide to Call Center Furniture
Now more than ever before, businesses across the globe rely on teams of customer service representatives to support business in many ways. This is commonly done on teams of tens, hundreds – perhaps even thousands – in call center settings, and call center furniture is imperative to businesses’ success as well as the success of call center staff.
Keep reading to find out how to design the perfect call center space:Read More
Guide to Law Firm Office Furniture
Choosing the right law office furniture can be tricky. Should a firm go for a modern design or stick with traditional design schemes? One must also consider seating options for staff and what image a law firm wants to present to clients and colleagues.
With a bit of planning, though, designing an office landscape for a law firm can be easy and fun.Read More