Choosing office furniture for a lobby largely depends on the space available and the decor of the area. Generally, lobby areas look better with leather chairs and couches. The chairs chosen also depend upon the nature of the business.
The cabins of senior partners and CEOs generally have larger desks. Cubicle-style desks with side panel coverings are becoming increasingly popular in smaller offices. Interior designers also consider work ethics of an organization while installing desks.
You can choose the finish (metal or wood) and style (lateral or vertical) of your cabinets according to your needs. Most offices prefer metal cabinets, as dust that gathers on them is less visible than on the ones made of wood. In wood finishes, mahogany and oak are preferred in modular designs.
Various sizes of tables are available to accommodate different conference rooms. Glass conference tables not only add to the style quotient, but also ensure that scratches are less visible.
Office furniture should be installed considering the requirement of the office. The layout of the furniture should enable the visibility and accessibility of different areas. No matter how much you spend on furniture, make provisions for periodic refurbishment. An office with new furniture always makes the work environment more comfortable.