Executive office furniture usually comes with a hefty price tag. When you consider some of the more controversial remodeling projects, such as the Governor’s State House renovation in Massachusetts, maybe your budget seems small by comparison. But that doesn’t mean it can’t be everything that you want plus a little more.
The best executive furniture is no single style, no special piece, and no certain material. It’s whatever suits the needs of your office, but in an upscale way that sets it apart.
Executive Furnishings are All About Luxury …
When you think of an executive office, you probably imagine a high-back, tufted leather chair with casters as smooth as glass. The desk is impressive, whether it’s laminate or solid wood, and everything matches perfectly. This is one office where a mismatched piece here or there just won’t work.
The problem with these important fixtures is the cost and the burden they place on the office budget. But Cubiture.com works with a wide range of manufacturers that blend great design with affordability. Solid mahogany might not fit your bottom line, but our selection gives you equally beautiful choices that won’t give the accounting department heart palpitations.
… Except Sometimes They’re Not
An interesting trend in some new companies is an expansion of the transparency theme. Many new executives are shunning the idea of seclusion and separation from the staff in favor of a more down-to-earth approach to both work and relating to everyone else in the office.
For this type of modern executive, furnishings still have to look great. The difference is that instead of a palatial setting with an expansive desk, enormous chair, and banks of filing storage that might never be used, the look is more streamlined, efficient, and clearly designed for work.
Comfortable Guest Seating Ranks High, Too
Regardless of which direction your executive office furniture needs to go, one thing is relatively common. Executives often have clients, guests, and other visitors, so they need extra seating that’s both comfortable and good looking.
Two chairs across from the executive desk is standard, and they can be fixed or rolling chairs, as the business sees fit. Comfort extremes aren’t as critical, as guests aren’t seated as long as workers. So you can take a few design risks and opt for something that’s more attractive. Cubiture’s line of office furnishings allow you to choose guest seating that complements or matches the executive space.
Storage Options Keep the Space Tidy
Office executives might not handle the volume of paperwork that others do, but storage is no less important. Where a stack of papers, sticky notes, a cup full of ink pens, and a sweater slung over a chair might be normal in someone else’s office, the executive space should be clutter free.
Instead of unnecessary filing cabinets, think about an armoire, or an étagère (to display awards and decorative items), or other storage solutions that align more with the work that an executive does. Everything in an executive office has a purpose, and Cubiture has everything that you need.
Each different space in your business should work and look great, but the top office needs a little more than the rest. This is true, even if yours is a progressive business where everyone works at the same level. It might seem like a luxury, but luxury, even pared down, is still important.
Cubiture has so many different brands and styles of executive office furniture, it’s hard to know where to begin looking. But with one call to our team of experts, you’ll have all the guidance that you need.
Call us today at 713-412-0900 for a free quote, and stop all the stress and confusion. And if you’re in the area, stop by our showroom and see for yourself what makes Cubiture different. We’re located On Beltway-8 between West Little York & Tanner Rd., on the west side of Beltway-8 in Houston, Texas.