A welcoming reception area will make both a good first impression and put clients at ease. It’s where you welcome newcomers and regular visitors. It’s a place that clients will openly examine, judge and maybe feel slightly intimidated by. We have a few tips to help you get the layout right.
Comfort vs style
Fashion doesn’t always equal comfort. That’s one of the reasons why people visit furniture stores. They want a nice couch but what’s the point if it’s as hard as a rock? At the same time, you don’t want to buy a chair that’s too soft and has ugly fabric. Making a welcoming space means having cosy furniture. This doesn’t mean, though, that you should sacrifice looks.
Specialized seating companies have made-to-order options so that their clients will have control over the design. This makes it handy when you’ve seen a style you like in a magazine or display. Customizable options include fabric type and Continue reading...