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If you’re moving into a new office or redesigning an old space, partner with an office furniture company. It can be difficult to know what to invest your money on – that extra desk, a new computer or partitions. Having a professional team to guide you through the process will help you design a space that reflects the future growth of your company.

Keep these questions in mind when you’re purchasing new furniture for your office.

  1. How long have you been in business?

    It’s a simple question, yes, but an important one. You want to know that the company you invest money into has been around for a few years. It’s not just about fancy products, but the amount of post-service they can provide, including warranties. Don’t be afraid to ask for testimonials, view past work, and see the type of projects they’ve been involved in.

  2. What’s your specialty?

    Every furniture designer has their own area of focus. The best place to start is to work out what you want first. Is it quality made desks, seats or partitions? Are you looking to switch to standing desks? Once you know what you want, you can find a company that matches your needs. And if you’re starting from scratch and need help with this, make sure your furniture company can provide a full design service, not just product supply.


  3. What is your purchasing process?

    The company you choose should be able to oversee the entire process for you, from the pre-purchase to installation. There should be a clear line of communication so nothing is lost in translation. Talk to them about your needs. If you’ve got a new employee starting in two weeks and you need the desk installed by then, your designer should be able to fulfil this.

  4. Are you restricted to specific materials?

    Be clear on the type of materials and products used in your new furniture. It’s important to know whether there’s any limitations. Can they match your new pieces to the look and style of your office?


  5. What happens if there’s problems with my furniture?

    Get everything in writing and make sure you understand the process after the furniture is installed. If something goes wrong or there’s an issue with the quality, you should know exactly how the warranty works.

Ask us, your office furniture company

Contact our office furniture and fitout specialists will bring style to your space, while increasing engagement and productivity. No matter how big or small your office is, our team of furniture designers can help maximise your space. We sell office desks, chairs, workstations, storage, tables, and partitions.

Create a workspace that people actually want to come to. You’ll see an improvement on your bottom line, just you wait.


When you hire new staff, do you have a dedicated room for this? An office training room is an important part of design that many companies forget.

It doesn’t matter how big or small your team is, training is something that needs to constantly happen. But it’s not easy to teach new people about your business (or upskill current staff) without a comfortable area to do it in. Today, we rely on technology to help us train others – so accessibility to power points, internet, and appropriate workspaces is essential.

How to Set Up Your Office Workstations

Designing your office is fun. It’s probably something you’ve always dreamed of, back when you were working for someone else. But every space is different and requires forethought for design elements. For office space planning tips, stay close.

Have you ever been in an office that was just impossible to work in? Modern offices lack communication and collaboration elements in their layout. To increase workflow and engagement, a few simple changes to how your space is used can work wonders. Let’s first look at what office space planning is.

How to Set Up Your Office Workstations
Set up your office workstations correctly and you’ll boost productivity. Often, people let ergonomic principles slip, as convenience takes priority. This is when accidents happen and health issues occur. Take a proactive approach to OH&S, and check these five things in your office.

Choose the Right Café Tables
Do your staff always go to a local café on their break? If they always run back, flustered, rushed for time, consider creating your own ‘café.’ Design a cool lunch room space for your staff to hang out in. Start by adding café tables and chairs.

Coffee shop style break rooms

Have you ever worked for a company that doesn’t really have a break room or kitchen? There’s nowhere to eat your lunch or spend time with other team members.

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