Rethinking Cubicles for Today’s Offices

May 20th, 2015 by

Cubicles or offices with doors? This debate has been going on since cubicles were introduced in the 1960s. Cubicles were originally designed to be moveable and flexible, with everyone sharing windows and sunlight. But what happened was that they became standardized and bolted into place. “Cube Farm” became a negative term. Then came the “open . . . Read More »

3 Ways to Prolong the Life of an Office Chair

May 13th, 2015 by

You care about your employees’ comfort, which is why you make sure they have ergonomic office chairs on which to work. Not to mention, employees who are comfortable throughout the work day also tend to have higher levels of job satisfaction, resulting in increased productivity for your company. Simply buying quality office chairs isn’t enough, however. To . . . Read More »

3 Important Things to Consider When Choosing Desks

May 6th, 2015 by

Having the wrong desk for a job can cause frustration, inefficiency, and can even cause long-term physical problems. To avoid this, you need to keep a few things in mind when selecting desks for your office or workplace. Here are the top three factors that make a difference in whether a desk will be a . . . Read More »

4 Questions to Ask When Buying Used Office Furniture

April 29th, 2015 by

While buying used office furniture can allow you to save money and stretch a limited budget, it’s critical to ensure that a piece meets your needs before you buy it. Otherwise, you risk spending more money in the long run by replacing poor purchases with other used items. Ask these 4 questions before you buy. Why are you . . . Read More »

Picking Your Conference Table

April 22nd, 2015 by

Conference room tables set the tone in offices. They dominate the room and become the focus of many tasks. This is why picking the right one for your company is a tricky business and takes some planning. The first thing a purchaser must consider is how many people will need to sit at the table. There . . . Read More »

The Right Modular Furniture Fit for Your Office

April 6th, 2015 by

When you are outfitting your new office, there are a lot of things to consider. What color scheme do you want? What sort of design plan do you want? Modular furniture, which is furniture that comes in parts that you can put together in different ways, give you the chance to change your mind easily about . . . Read More »

3 Office Decoration Tips: Color, Cubicles and Decorative Elements

March 1st, 2015 by

A lot of people get very excited about doing up the interiors of their homes, yet leave their office space untouched. However, if you come to think about it, people actually spend more time at work than they do at home.  Let’s say you work a 9-5 job, that’s already 8 hours in an office. . . . Read More »

Top Five Benefits Of Using Cubicles In The Workplace

February 25th, 2015 by

The office cubicle has become a symbol of the modern, uniformed and sometimes dull workplace in pop culture. However, there are many benefits to choosing cubicles for a workplace. The first cubicle was invented in 1967 by designer Robert Propst and has since then become one of the most popular options for work environments by . . . Read More »

Purchasing New Desks for your Crew? Ask yourself these Questions First.

January 28th, 2015 by

When it is time to consider desks for your work area, it is important to understand what your employees need in order to be productive. Your goal should be to create the healthiest working environment possible. Desks that have the right amount of work and storage space are much more likely to produce the results you . . . Read More »

3 Different Office Chairs Situations

January 8th, 2015 by

A lot of thought goes into the layout of your business. The offices, reception area, lobby and conference room are set up to increase production and satisfaction of your employees. However, office chairs aren’t always high on the layout list. In today’s market, there are hundreds of options when it comes to chairs. Here are three distinctive . . . Read More »