Reception & Breakout Furniture

RECEPTION & BREAKOUT FURNITURE

with 25mm thick top

The Reception Area is the very first link between You and Your Customer - Remember first impressions count. Think of your lobby as the Company's business card and the most important thing in the reception area is the reception desk.

 

Equally, breakout furniture must reflect the purpose of its location within your estate. Is the area for relaxation or stimulation, contemplation or collaboration?

 

Our Best Seller

MODULAR RECEPTION DESK

 

  • Dimensions: 2.4m x 1.6m
  • Main section 1600mm x 800mm
  • Corner section 80mm0 x 800mm
  • End section 800mm x 800mm

 

 

RECEPTION DESK

 

  • Dimensions: 2.4m x 1.6m
  • Main section 1600mm x 800mm
  • Corner section 800mm x 800mm
  • End section 800mm x 800mm
  • Universal legs enabling the counter to be left or right handed

HIGH RADIUS RECEPTION DESK WITH GLASS SHELF

 

  • Dimensions: W1339mm x D872mm x H953mm
  • Available Finishes: American Black Walnut, Crown Cut Oak, White

What to look for in a Reception Desk

 

As with any type of office or home furniture, the size of the space it will be used in will be an important factor.

The wisest choice is always to create a “balanced look”.

 

What Will Be Its Primary Functions?

It is vitally important to understand what functions the reception desk will need to perform in order to best suit the needs of the business. Every business requires a different type of atmosphere, look and will be using the reception desk in a different way.

 

Important elements to consider:

Is the desk a place to keep many files? Exchange money? Accommodate Client interface or just somewhere for a receptionist to sit and answer the phone? Understanding what the desk will be used for will help you to decide on the features you need.

 

 

  1. Is the desk a place to keep many files? Exchange money? Accommodate Client interface or just somewhere for a receptionist to sit and answer the phone? Understanding what the desk will be used for will help you to decide on the features you need.

 

  1. How many users need to be accommodated?

 

  1. Does the desk need to allow for specific equipment such as PCs, printers, fax machines, security equipment?

 

  1. Does it need to make provision for lesser abled users?

 

  1. Will visitors need to sign in and therefore need a high-level counter to lean on? Maybe a more informal, open feel is required with a single low-level surface.

 

  1. Does it need storage? If so, what type?

 

 

 

SHOWROOM

The Old Reading Room, Green Hammerton YORK YO26 8BN

Tel: 01423 331264

enquiries@sjmackofficefurniture.co.uk

Simon J Mack

OFFICE FURNITURE