|Corner Desk. Big Windows. Simple Furniture|
Another thing – this is the corner seat. Always my favorite because I tend to sit big, with my legs spread out. Here, I wouldn’t need to worry about my elbows bumping into someone’s ribs – yes, that has really happened and I was unintentionally not too kind to the ribs.
The chairs are the best if you ask me about office chairs that I adore. These are more industrial rather than all the padding and unwanted buffering that only makes it more cumbersome to maneuver seats across the working floor. These chairs are more likely to keep you upright. The back support is really good. The sleek finishing means keeping things simple and workable with a big push for practicality rather than choosing chairs with unending series of knobs and adjustment features.
The table or desk provides ample countertop area – not too much or too little. You don’t want huge desks that tend to encourage people to unload their household on to their tables. I am also against desks that have big, wall-like divisions that tends to alienate employees and make some teammates huddled, leaving others out of the loop. Another thing about the corner space – if you look closely, there is some very usable sill space. These small spaces help to spread out things you might need through the day without the need for a drawer. You can keep them in the open without making the floor look over-cluttered.
|Make Your Own Coffee. Latte Machines. Bean Grinders. Cafe Culture|