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Types of Executive Office Furniture

Ever since the concept of the modern day office took shape, it has been an indelible component. In days gone by, when the concept of an office was in its infancy, the range of furniture needed in an office began with chairs and ended with desks. However, with changing times, new and innovative furniture begin to catch people’s attention. Interesting like conference tables and beanbags as well as utilitarian like drawing boards and innovative filing cabinets joined the mainstream. From evolving trends to the ethos of corporate culture, the choice within a workspace is born of a variety of influences. Here is an illustration as to how the normal form of desk and chairs evolved into an important component of office decor by virtue of design, space management, form and significance.

Traditional Office Furniture
Tables, desks and chairs primarily form the core of office furniture. In today’s times, traditional wood or steel chairs have been replaced with plastic chairs or those made of fiber. Old school rectangle tables have been replaced with interesting asymmetrical or curved designs. Although several key components of traditional tables such as inbuilt drawers have persisted, modern reiterations of office furniture are designed with the objective of maximum space management. Today, employees share a common table that reduces expenditure and eliminates the need to buy separate desks for each and every employee.
From a simple ‘one desk for one employee’ philosophy to interesting communal style seating, office furniture has come a long way. No matter what the style and ethos of your company, armed with the right research and information, you can design your office to reflect the same, in a cost-effective yet innovate way.
Need for Special Executive Office Furniture

High level executives command a certain authority, which is reflected in the way they present themselves and their cabin furniture needs to exude the same dignity. Executives are very choosy when it comes to selecting cabin furniture. They pay immense attention to their choice of furniture, in terms of design, color and pattern. At times, a certain shade or type of curtain is selected just to compliment the executive office furniture.
The New Trend of Modular Office Furniture
Lately, a new trend has emerged as a ‘must have’ in offices. Modular office furniture has been the choice of office owners and the reasons are plenty. Modular is a form in which various components of furniture are separately made and then assembled to refurbish a room. Modular is a great option for someone who believes in doing more with less. Modular allows for excellent space management. Partitions are widely used in this type of furniture. They provide a fair amount of privacy to employees, which help achieving higher levels of productivity. As far as modular tables are concerned, they come in several innovative designs. While some prefer round tables, there is an increasing demand for unique wavy designs with stylish cuts. Modular furniture is a fantastic way to reflect your company’s personality without spending a lot of money on custom made furniture.