The boardroom is perhaps one of the most important features in any office space. It’s the part of your office whereby your customer and clients will sit for meetings, and it is for that reason as to why it is important to deck it out with the right office furniture.
So how do you go about choosing the right boardroom furniture? Well you’re in luck, as the Yorkshire Office Group’s Wakefield team are here to point you in the right direction.
At the heart of every boardroom is an office table, but choosing the right one for your space can be a difficult task, especially when they vary immensely in both style and size. So what should you be considering?
Well first of all, you need to think about how often you use your boardroom. It’s the ideal environment to show off your company, your creativity and what you do best – and let’s face it, first impressions count. That mean’s your new office table needs to be high in quality and consistent with the design of the office. The entire look of an office space can be defined by the shape, size and finish of an office table.
Another thing you need to consider is the size. Most people think that choosing the right boardroom table depends on how many people you are looking to seat, but that isn’t always the case. You need to look at how much space you have to work with, ensuring you leave enough room for seating and equipment – also considering the circulation space around the office furniture area.
Here at Yorkshire Office Group, our Wakefield head office boasts a vast range of office tables in a range of materials and sizes, we even offer bespoke furniture if you would like to customise your table to ensure it really does represent you and your business to the fullest.
Aside from thinking how many conference chairs you might need, you need to also consider their comfort, colour and size. That’s why it’s important you pick your office table first, so you know what sort of style and shape you have to work with, and it will also give you an indication of how many you will be able to seat around.
Conference chairs are actually extremely versatile as a chair type, and they can generally be stacked or stored away if they aren’t in use. Typical for environments including meeting rooms, conference rooms, reception areas and cafes, this style of chair suits people sat down for long periods of time.
And, like our office tables, the Yorkshire Office Group’s business unit in Wakefield can also offer bespoke furniture services to customise you with your own personal set of conference chairs.
If you are a business in the Wakefield, Leeds or Huddersfield region, and you are looking for office furniture for your boardroom, please don’t hesitate to contact the Yorkshire Office Group on 01924 88 88 00.