Planning Your Space
Planning Your Space
Carefully planning your space is an important step in the office furnishing process. With thorough planning and consideration for the needs of your team and business, your office can reach its full potential and become a functional workplace that optimizes performance and promotes collaboration.
We know that creating these functional spaces is easier said than done. That’s why we’ve compiled helpful insights and best practices to help you get started. From ergonomics and home office tips, to setting up a reception area, we’re here to lend a helping hand when it comes to your office planning journey. Or, for an entirely stress-free experience, talk to one of our space planning experts and we’ll help you design the perfect space for you and your business.
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Space planning was once reserved for swanky high-end offices. Now, it’s recognized as a key to employee satisfaction and office efficiency.
Long gone are the days of cluttered reception areas with too much seating, dark and intimidating furniture, and a closed-in reception desk where receptionists “hide.”
The break room is where your team goes to take breaks, eat, or decompress so they can be alert and engaged for the rest of their day. Whether you call it a break room, lunchroom, or the employee lounge, these spaces can be tough to plan.
When choosing a boardroom table, it’s important to consider the types of meetings that your company holds, and the team dynamic amongst employees. Here are a few tips to consider when setting up your boardroom.
Your cubicle is your personal space. It’s your home away from home. Although you’re there to work, personalizing your area can help you feel more comfortable as you get your tasks done.
Beyond colourful and informative decorations (think world maps) and materials, furniture and classroom setup go a long way in ensuring students get the most out of their education. Learning in a quality environment can be an enriching experience, and vital in helping students succeed.
Sustainability, going green, being eco-friendly. We’ve all heard these terms, and many of us are trying to do our part as individuals. But what about in the office? There are accessible ways to lessen our carbon footprint in the office — as well as more robust solutions and goals.
Comfortable workers are healthier, happier, and more productive. Enter ergonomic office furniture.
More people than ever are making the choice to work from home, whether permanently or on a flexible basis. Working from home can boost productivity, promote creativity, and reduce stress. However, a lack of planning in regards to home workspaces can have the opposite effect.