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5 Essential Types of Office Furniture for Training

It’s important for companies to have office furniture that makes the training process seamless. Professional training often requires the use of conference rooms, proper seating, and AV carts that carry equipment necessary to present to large groups of people. When training, you shouldn’t have to worry about a lack of furniture getting in the way…

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What is Modular Office Furniture?

Modular office furniture is a set of furniture made up of individual pieces. These pieces can be combined to form one larger piece of furniture or separated and rearranged to create different shapes and layouts. Modern Office sells different types of modular office furniture in a variety of models, shapes, colors, and sizes, from functional…

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Set Up Meetings Efficiently With Flip-Top Tables

Flip-top tables are tables with surfaces that can be flipped vertically. By pulling up on the edge of the flip-top table’s surface, the tabletop can be turned on its side. Flip-top tables are a great option for smaller spaces—when they’re not being used, they don’t take up the space that regular tables do. They can…

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Why Your Open Office Still Needs Private Spaces

Open floor plans could be the most popular type of office layout in the modern business environment. While having an entirely open floor plan can be useful in collaborative settings, it also has its drawbacks. Many companies have switched to open floor plans, but others have gone back to traditional office settings that allow for…

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Why Hip Chairs Are Helpful

Hip chairs are chairs that are built with high seats to make sitting down and standing up from them easier for people with physical issues. Hip chairs are important to have in settings like doctor’s offices, nursing homes, and physical therapy clinics, and even restaurants, salons, or anywhere with a wide clientele base that could…

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Rolltop Desks: A Classic Choice for Your Office

Nowadays, rolltop desks are often considered to be old-fashioned. However, they’re still an excellent choice if you are looking to elevate your office’s sense of style. With their stately solid wood and their broad, strong structure, they are not only aesthetically pleasing but also highly functional. Here are some reasons why you might want to…

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Benching Workstations vs. Cubicles

If you’ve ever worked for a startup or seen a major tech company’s offices on TV, you’re probably familiar with the open office layouts in which employees work in rows of benching workstations without any dividers or private offices to isolate them. This is a stark contrast to the rooms full of cubicles more common…

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Equip Your Meeting Rooms for Videoconferencing

To help prevent the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, social distancing has become widely enforced. For the time being, many companies have implemented mandatory work from home practices. As we move forward, companies will likely start having more employees go into the office, but social distancing practices will still be in place. With some employees…

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Make Your Reception Area More Inviting

Those who design their companies’ office spaces have to walk a fine line between making them comfortable enough for people to enjoy spending eight hours a day there but not so casual and relaxing that nobody gets any work done. There’s one particular part of the office, however, where comfort takes precedence over productivity: the…

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Social Distancing in the Office With Computer Stands

Although much of the American labor force has started to work from home to discourage the spread of the coronavirus, not everyone is able to do so. For employees who are still going into the office in the age of COVID-19, it’s important to practice social distancing at work as much as they can. Traditional…

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