Your office tells who you are and can leave a lasting impression on both customers and employees. Our comprehensive selection of expertly crafted furniture accommodates businesses of all sizes and is priced to make the most of your budget. Whether you’re interested in purchasing a desk and an office chair or a sofa for the work stations, we’ve got you covered.
The first step in making the most efficient use of your space, is designing of your space. To ensure measurements are correct, you can reach out to your architect for a DWG. or electronic file of the space. If you do not have an architect, you can measure the space, or have your furniture designer/partner measure the space for you. When doing this, please remember to notate windows, doors, columns, and any other facet of the room to ensure all furniture fits in the space appropriately.
The process gets more fun, but can be a bit overwhelming. You will most likely need to decide on a budget. This will help you decide which manufacturer(s) to utilize. The furniture industry has many styles and options to choose from. Determining your budget can make the process much faster and let’s face it, moving faster means more time. To simplify, start by looking at low, mid, and high market options. A task chair, for example, can start around $100 (low market). However, a consumer can also spend upwards of a $1000 (high market) on a task chair. Some things to consider are durability, weight limit, functionality, ergonomics, and material. Most likely, the middle to high market furniture is manufactured in the United States, and overall made superior to the low market option manufactured overseas.
Picking fabrics and finishes is the next step and really comes down to the style of the decision maker and the style of the business. A lawyers office might have more traditional furniture in the building. Normally, this encompasses darker tones like a mahogany finish. While a technology company may prefer open offices, collaboration spaces, and more of a contemporary look. Between fabrics and finishes, the options run the gamut. Remember to choose something that appeals to your team, customers, and represents your company.
Lastly, choosing the right installation and assembly team is extremely important. The “white glove” service is probably the most popular service when it comes to this aspect of the process. Having a team unload, stage, assemble, install, wipe down new furniture, and haul away debris makes the project seamless and clean. This is the final step of the furniture buying procedure and can make or break the entire experience.