Place an attractive reception desk in your lobby to convey your office's styleThe first thing people see when they walk into an office is the reception desk. The look and style of this desk gives your clients their first impressions of your business. Match the desk to the image your company wants to portray.
Find reception desks for sale by going to local office furniture stores first. If you can't find anything that way, you can most assuredly find something you like on the Internet. Here are some things to think about before making your purchase:
1. Put a small reception desk in your office if you don't have a lot of space. You don't want the desk to overpower the room.
2. Bring a contemporary look to your lobby by installing modern reception desks. Some of these desks are modular and you can put two or more desks together to create a bigger work space.
3. Showcase your professional abilities by using a really nice reception desk. This will give your office a luxurious atmosphere.
Buy a small reception desk to avoid cluttering your lobby
Show off your style by using modern reception desksIf your office is very forward-thinking and innovative, a modern reception desk will give off that attitude. New designs include incongruous shapes accented with metal or glass.
Class it up with high-end receptionist desksUpscale professionals, like lawyers or architects, can afford to furnish their office with expensive and luxurious things. If a potential client was to walk into your office and see a tiny wooden desk that's falling apart, they'll wonder why you can't afford a nice desk for your receptionist. That might make them rethink your professional abilities and, of course, you don't want that to happen.
- If you absolutely cannot find any office reception desks that portray your style and fit your needs, try finding a company that makes custom reception desks. You just give the sales rep your measurements and tell them what kind of atmosphere you want to create for your clients and they'll draw up a prototype for your approval.
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