A modern office desk will always be important in any office be it at home or in a corporate building. A large portion of work in the office is done on the desk. Be it making a phone call, signing a contract or sending an e-mail, the desk plays an important role in the everyday life of the average office.
There used to be a popular commercial that said, “You never get a second chance to make a first impression.” This has never been truer than in businesses and ventures that deal with clients, or the general public.
Modern reception desks are the “face” of the business, the first physical impression of a company’s brand, and a functional place to meet and direct clients. As customers enter a business, the reception desk is a major focal point of the room, and how that business is presented to the general public. Modern Reception desks should be clutter free, in a prominent area, and easily accessible when approached. Read More
It can be quite challenging indeed when you select the right conference room chairs for a Modern Office Furniture application. You may want to consider several things, such as the comfort of your clients and guests, quality and budget -all without compromising your professional appearance.
Seeing as how your guests and clients may be sitting for extended periods of time, the chairs you choose should be ergonomic for all body types. The more comfortable the chairs around your conference table are, the less likely your guests will have to take breaks or get up during meetings. Read More
Here is a great article from our archives regarding the care of glass table tops.
A glass top conference table is an investment which will pay off for years to come if properly cared for. Follow these easy tips to preserve the appearance of your glass conference table top. Read More
Once a large conference table is installed, the last thing anyone wants to think about is moving it again. And most conference tables are very rarely moved. But eventually circumstances may require it: a few years down the line you may remodel your office, or relocate to a new office. Follow these steps to protect your conference table when you move it. Read More
Black slate is a medium soft stone, appropriate for infrequently used tables such as formal dining tables or occasional tables (End, Coffee & Console Tables). We do not recommend slate for high use applications like kitchen countertops. Due to the softness of the slate, scratching can occur. Coasters and placemats are a good idea to protect your slate table top. Read More
A custom conference table is a major purchase. Many businesses are understandably leery of buying online, sight unseen. At Stoneline we create a personal relationship with all our customers to make the process go more smoothly. Before we can even quote your conference table, we talk with you to learn what you need from your table and how you will be using it. Read More
Buying custom office furniture online doesn’t have to be a mystery. The key is to build trust with your supplier. Here are a few questions to ask:
Where is the company located? Can you reach them by phone? You want to be able to pick up the phone and speak to a real person about your order, especially if the furniture will be made to order. Think twice about sending money to a furniture company if you cannot determine from their website where the business is located, or how to get in touch with a live person. A reputable business will not hide this information. Read More
As more and more homeowners create “outdoor room environments,” placing a granite dining table outside seems like a natural. After all, granite is a durable material, and granite monuments can remain outdoors for hundreds of years. A granite dining table or cocktail table can add the perfect touch to an outdoor living space. There are a few factors to consider before purchasing a granite table for outdoor use: Read More
Stoneline has introduced a new Glass treatment as seen on this photo of an Axis Conference Table at 54×150″. The Glass top is in 4 section to fit around a center wiring trough. Cross-hatch Brushed Steel legs with a wiring column between them support Steel I-beams. Read More