You’ve seen one office, you’ve seen them all, right?
No, I hope not! But, that is what some people think.
For most types of businesses, there is a culture that goes along with it, and unique needs for its form and function. Follow me on this thought process for a minute. I’ll say the type of business and then what comes to mind. First, let’s see if we think the same thing.
Car repair shop – Dark basic side chairs, inexpensive side tables, lots of magazines…
Law firm office – Traditional burgundy seating, dark shiny wood furniture, framed art, plush carpet…
Doctor’s waiting room- Rows of wood framed side chairs with printed fabric, couches, wood side tables…
Oil company boardroom- Massive table, Tall executive chairs, large impressive artwork, bulky lamps…
How did we do?
All of these are stereotypes, right? And that’s fine. There are trendsetters out there, however that want more. They want something fresh! Something different! No matter what field they work in, this buyer is looking for key pieces that say something. So, for those who want to chart a course that shows their originality, there are inventive new furniture collections to consider.
Brands like Nevers, Spec, Darran, Creative Wood, Watson and many others have taken a fresh approach to making a client’s vision become a reality. From custom conference tables with gorgeous exotic wood or textured inlays to chairs with design elements that defy convention, your office furniture absolutely doesn’t need to be boring! Why can’t your furnishings make an inspired statement in your place of business? There are ground-breaking looks available at all different price points to help achieve that high design you crave.
Board rooms, reception areas and executive offices are typically the places you will want to focus your budget and design collaboration on. So start there!
A qualified interior designer or an experienced, design oriented sales person are your best alliance in perceiving your vision and then bringing it to life within your space. They will be able to help you focus your dollars on which pieces are splurge-worthy and others you can save money on. In some stores, you will get the benefit of both. Many stores work with designers or have them on staff. This type of joint effort is invaluable in helping you to achieve the final gratifying result of pulling the whole space together.
Think beyond the basic and boring when it comes to your furniture. Get inspired! Create a chic, customized space that tells your clients that your business is moving forward, while doing it with style!
Share your thoughts on buying, selling, installing, trading and using office furniture in the Tulsa area.
Saturday, September 10, 2011
Wednesday, August 17, 2011
Hundreds of Used Cubicles in Stock
Hundreds of Used Cubicles in Stock in Tulsa Oklahoma!
Used Allsteel, Herman Miller and Steelcase cubicles are now available at an incredible value.
Our buyers have scoured the country for the best deals on Grade A cubicle systems that were originally purchased by Fortune 500 corporations. These pre owned stations are an unbelievable value at just 25-35% of the original price! And our prices include local, ground floor installation.
Consider Steelcase Cubicles that were over $3,500+ brand new. Are available right now in stock at our Tulsa facility and priced from just $700 & up per person...Installed!
How about larger Herman Miller Ethospace System Formerly these corner shape cubicles with upgraded stacking tile panels were nearly $4,000 per person. Get them at a steal from us from just $1,250 per person and up. We serve Oklahoma and the surrounding states with the best prices and biggest selection of used cubicles.
Need a lower price point? How about Allsteel “L” shape stations? Originally, these units ran $1,500-2,000 each but they are value priced from just $475 per person while supplies last.
With hundreds of used cubicles in stock in our Tulsa warehouses, and ready to be installed in your facility today, you can see why Crown furniture is Oklahoma’s #1 used systems dealer.
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