As a Customer Thinks, So the Business Manifests
While this may not be breaking news, it makes perfect sense that a client’s thoughts about a business dictate their level of trust, value perception, and confidence in that company—and, ultimately, their spending habits. The problem is, even though these things may seem obvious, sometimes the crucial details that influence their thinking fall through the cracks.
There are so many little things a customer might perceive that could cause them to place value on your business, like the look and quality of your furniture. For this reason, we put forward our time, effort, and creative talents to help you make your conference room as impressive as possible.
Designing for Uncomplicated Elegance
Your conference room design should reflect how you want your company to be perceived. For some companies, the natural inclination leans toward the complexity of the design.
The Lafayette Modern Conference Table and Credenza, though simplified in design, pack a unique punch. Their shape is squared off with straight, clean lines unobstructed by the fuss.
The idea behind the Lafayette Modern Conference Table was to design a straightforward set to allow innovative ease.
The Lafayette meets the floor with square feet with brushed-aluminum overlay supporting a lower top of high-pressure laminate (other materials, like wood veneer, are optional.) The addition of LED lighting to the lower top is an optional design feature that can add drama to your conference room. Squared-off posts of HPL or painted lacquer (optional) support an HPL top (additional choices, such as wood veneer, are also optional.) ¾" square standoffs support a clear glass top.
Size flexibility: This modern conference table is designed and priced as a 72" x 42" table that can be changed to fit your room perfectly. Just ask your design consultant for any help you may need to get the perfect fit.
Conference Table Design Concept as Shown
The Lafayette Modern Conference Table shown is 96" x 48" x 31"H, designed with a maple wood veneer upper and lower top. Finished in Butternut with posts in Summer Lime painted lacquer. The lower top incorporates four LED lights with a control switch under the tabletop. Summer Lime standoffs support a ½" clear glass top with polished edges. The table shown is priced at $5,699.
Don’t see what you have in mind? Ask your design coordinator for help.