A blind women (who we will call Sheena), while completing her manicure, was asked to choose the polish color she preferred. Being unable to make the selection on her own, she turned to a fellow patron and asked; “Which color do you prefer? Ballet Slippers or Adorable”? “Definitely the Ballet Slippers” the woman replied. “Why”? Sheena inquired. “Because it’s elegant,” the patron responded.
- Avoid Clutter; clutter makes your reception area appear smaller
- Use multifunctional office furniture pieces (conserves space)
- Scale office reception furniture to work with size of space (don’t waste space with furniture that eats space)
- Make use of awkward spaces for storage (space conservation)
- Choose functional office reception furniture rather than nonperforming pieces (make your reception desk and other pieces function to tasks)
- Utilize natural light wherever possible (light makes spaces appear larger)
- Use light colors on furniture...
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Have you ever written an important phone number on a napkin or the back of an envelope? On the one hand, you get the information scribbled down; on the other, that piece of paper is so insubstantial, it gets lost or trashed by you or someone else.
In this new age, modern-minded people are changing the way they approach buying products. It’s no secret: brick-and-mortar stores are closing, as are entire shopping malls. People are buying everything from footwear to real estate online. They want the ease of buying from trusted sources from the comfort of their living rooms.
With so many opportunities to buy modern office furniture out there, why should you select this one? I can give you seven fool-proof reasons inspired by companies just like yours.
Over the years we have listened to the concerns of thousands of company owners, designers and do-it-yourselfers looking to design a modern reception area, conference room or executive office. The takeaways for you are invaluable. Whatever your concerns, chances are they’ve been asked. Here we have listed seven most common.
What makes this list even more ...
The type of innovation people bypass most frequently is design innovation. The way things look, and feel can be just as important as their intended function. If you perceive function as the only way to move forward, you are missing a grand opportunity!
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A melamine reception desk is made from low-density laminate boards. These boards are created by using particle boards as substrates. They are processed using low pressure and heat that melts a melamine/formaldehyde material onto the boards. The boards end up with a semi-durable, plastic-like coating that comes pre-formed in an array of colors, many that are made to look like wood. This is known in the industry as low-density laminate: low-density because the amount of pressure applied is much lower than high-pressure laminate.