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Using different office tables throughout the building creates unique work spaces and adds decorative flair. Choose tables that fit in the office, reception room, and conference space, as well as event areas, the cafeteria, and break room. Each selection has different design aspects that appeal to users in specific areas of the workplace. Read More

Types of conference and event office tables

Quickly fill up a large space for a conference or event with folding tables that open and close for easy setup and storage. They fit several people at one table for large gatherings. For smaller groups, consider conference room tables. These are often round or square and fit a few individuals to create a more intimate meeting situation. Choose from modern metal or elegant wood to wow potential clients.

Using home tables in the office

Using products designed for home living rooms in the office gives the space a more comfortable feel. Accent home tables tuck into corners or at the sides of the couch, giving people a convenient place to set items during meetings without taking up much space in a small office. Coffee tables fit well in larger offices and for bigger meetings with several employees or clients. Visitors can place drinks and paperwork on the platform to keep their hands free.

Types of tables for reception areas

If visitors have to wait in the reception room when they enter, then give them a place to set drinks and bags, or use the space to store magazines. Some reception tables have slots for magazines on the sides, which keeps them out of the way but also within easy reach. Place activity tables in waiting rooms where kids may visit, such as dentists' offices. These choices have specialized features just for kids and some include:

  • Short legs that sit at a perfect height for young children
  • Fun shapes, such as flowers that amuse kids, or kidney bean shapes where an adult can sit in the center and be within easy access of children
  • Bright colors that keep kids’ focus on the table, rather than the rest of the waiting room
  • Plastic or durable resin materials that provides easy removal of stains from sticky fingers, markers, or spilled drinks

Lunch and break room folding table ideas

Banquet tables are rectangular or round and fold up for simple storage, and they work nicely in offices without dedicated lunchrooms. Simply bring one out when it's time to eat and then tuck it away afterward. Break room styles are smaller and fit up to four people, which is ideal when resting during breaks. Some are tall with stools and provide a bar-like feel that is more casual and a nice change when on break.