Saturday, December 23, 2006

Office furniture, what, where and how much?

Office furniture are not an easy buy. The cost, specially for boardroom furniture and desking is high but there are many more factors to consider. For one, furniture used in offices need be robust and in cases of expensive desks, executive chairs and other boardroom furniture it is essential that there are spare parts in case of damage. You therefore need consider not only a reliable supplier but also one that delivers on time and understands your space and business needs.

The office furniture industry is a saturated one with a few established and many new players. If you are after quality and understanding of your business space then you should consider buying from a company that offers office space planning, refurbishment, relocation services and interior design. These services might not be applicable to your current needs but they often show that the retailer you get involved with has a deeper understanding of this area.

Try Panther Interiors for a complete solution or visit Furniture@Work  for basic entry level products.


Cheryl's Office said...

Make sure your home office furniture fits your work style. The new modular office furniture on the market these days is very functional. My productivity has increased multifold after I purchased a new desk and filing system. With new office furniture I have found the transition from working at the business office to a home office has become easier. I have also become more productive. There are many places to buy online. I found the quality and value of the furniture you can get to be above my expectations. Check them out if you get the opportunity.