New vs. Used Office Furniture: Which is best for your New Business?

September 30th, 2015 by

There are many options available in today’s market when it comes to choosing office furniture for your new business. But what are the differences between new, used, refurbished or remanufactured office furniture? And which choice is best for promoting a happy, productive working environment. This article will touch upon these subjects, and shed some useful . . . Read More »

3 Tips When Selecting Office Furniture

September 2nd, 2015 by

Planning the style, functionality, and characteristics of your new office furniture are important financial decisions that need to be done right the first time, in order to avoid a case of disheartening buyer’s remorse later.  Listed in this article are three major tips that cover some essential aspects of choosing the right office furniture that . . . Read More »

Robert De Niro, the S Curve & Choosing the Right Chairs for Your Office

August 26th, 2015 by

As Robert De Niro once said, “If it’s the right chair, it doesn’t take too long to get comfortable in it.”  However, many of us are forced into using uncomfortable chairs at work.  Instead of the chair molding itself to our body, we are forced to mold our bodies to our chairs.  As a result, . . . Read More »

What Is Systems Furniture and Why Should Your Office Be Using It?

August 19th, 2015 by

Whether you’re setting up a new office, remodeling your old space, or moving to a new location, you’re going to need some office furniture. There are a plethora of choices available to you, there’s no doubt about that. There are high-end, mid-range, budget, used and refurbished options in most areas. One type that you may . . . Read More »

Modular Office Furniture: Making the Best Use of Small Spaces

August 12th, 2015 by

When you begin your business, moving into your first bricks and mortar space is a huge step.  Sometimes in order to achieve that step, you must make sacrifices, such as much less overall square footage in office space in order to keep down the monthly overhead. Running a business out of a smaller than expected . . . Read More »

You Have Options When It Comes to Desks

August 5th, 2015 by

In an office space desks are probably one of the most important pieces of furniture used on a daily basis. There are so many options when it comes to getting a desk for your space. The important things to keep in mind are the size of your office or cubicle space and the fact that . . . Read More »

Cubicles Versus an Open Workspace Environment

July 29th, 2015 by

An ongoing debate continues between the use of cubicles versus the open work space in an office environment. While the open office plan has become all the rage among many businesses, it may not foster the best work environment. It seems that 70 percent of U.S. offices have no or low partitions. These open floor plans are causing more . . . Read More »

3 Signs That You Need New Desks

July 22nd, 2015 by

When budgets are tight (and they normally are,) it can be easy to prioritize other things over the desks that you and your colleagues work at. If they are still standing and haven’t actually pinned anyone with a splinter, people are inclined to ignore them. This is really unfortunate. Desks are important tools in our box. Having . . . Read More »

Five Benefits Of Using Systems Furniture In Your Office

July 16th, 2015 by

Deciding on the type of furniture that best suits your office space in terms of size and shape is only part of the equation. It must also provide your employees with a productive and comfortable place to work. In the past, that meant a private office with a solitary desk, chair and extra storage furniture. . . . Read More »

8 Ways to Get the Most Out of Your Office Space

July 2nd, 2015 by

In today’s modern world, careers of every kind are making offices their home base. An office is where you will spend the majority of your working hours, making it an area which should be personal, functional, and efficient. Whether your office is an entire room or a small cubical, having it operate at its full . . . Read More »