You can see the thinking process may take a little longer than just walking into the local department store and walking out with tables in tow. To do it right, you really have to think about the office, the people, and what they need. This list is definitely not all-inclusive, but it also gives you plenty to consider.
Reception and Waiting Room. The office tables and chairs for this room will say a lot about your business so it pays off to invest slightly more in them. The reception and waiting room have to make visitors comfortable, relaxed and confident in your company. At present, the low-slung lobby style furniture is the trendiest option for this area of the office.
Conference Room. The office table and chairs for this room have to have basic design, elegant looks and great functionality. The size of the table depends on the number of people that you will have sitting around it during business meetings. It should correspond to the size of your operations. Still, you need to make the most out of the space available. At present, the rectangular designs with straight lines are the trendiest, but an oval shape make be more practical since you will be able to squeeze more people around.
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