Enhance Your Workspace with Stylish and Functional Office End Tables
The Importance of Office End Tables
Imagine that you just started your business. You're growing, expanding, and ready to open a dedicated space, but you need the right furniture. Desks, office chairs, storage hutches, or file cabinets, are all a given.¬†
If you have a waiting room area, an office couch and guest chairs are also must-haves. But an often time overlooked piece of essential furniture is office side tables. Why are they overlooked? It may have something to do with not being seen as necessary or essential.
In your office, you need to get work done and somewhere to sit. So a desk and chair is a no-brainer. But when furnishing the reception area or office lounge people overlook the actual functionality of the space.¬†
People won't just come to your office to sit and wait. They will come, and take the tea or coffee offered to them. They'll stop to look at magazines, hope to charge and use their phone, or fill out the intake forms you provide them. All of these reasons alone are enough for you to consider an office side table as an important addition to your space.
Yet functionality aside, what about the actual styling of the room? Making that waiting area or little lounge space within your private office look nice, give the right first impression, and seem more put-together is also a matter of design that side tables are a part of.¬†
Key Considerations When Choosing Office End Tables
When looking to find the right end table for your space it is important to consider a few factors:
Types of Office End Tables
Traditional End Tables¬†
Traditional end tables follow classic design rules. They may have a darker wood or cherry wood look to them and include features like molding or metallic drawer pulls.¬†
Modern End Tables¬†
Modern side tables prioritize clean lines, minimalist design, and simple color palettes. They utilize functionality with the least amount of distraction from their intended use.¬†
Corner End Tables¬†
Corner side tables are made of a particular size and shape to utilize the corner space of a room. They can be any style or finish type and even include multiple-level shelves or storage space.¬†
Other types of side tables can include round, nesting, and console side tables.¬†
Styling Tips for Office End Tables
When looking to style an office side table, consider the items that will be needed most in the space.¬†
Include stylish lamps, a variety of magazines and coffee table books, phone charging ports, coasters, and anything that the customer and client may need to fill out forms.¬†
An office side table will give order to your space and a place to add items for your clients to use.¬†
Taking careful consideration when designing your office for style and functionality is just as important as you might do at home.¬†
Interested in other office styling tips? Check out The Best Office Furniture Sets for Any Office Style and Budget!