What To Look For When Shopping Executive Conference Room Tables NDI-125852
The conference room is possibly one of the most beneficial rooms inside the office. It is one of the few areas in any business’s premises that offer meeting room functionality to allow people to meet together and provide ideas to better enhance the company and its many different processes.
Corporations big and small hold conferences in which people are actually present. Meeting attendees need to be able to fit around an executive conference room table so they can discuss the topic of the meeting.
Conference Room Size
Conference room tables are normally about 24 inches deep and 60 inches wide. The conference room where marketing managers plan to hold conferences should be large enough to accommodate, not only the table but all of the chairs that will be involved. If only a few people are at the meeting, administrators or board members may choose to stack additional chairs to get them out of the way.
Conference Room Table Shape
Not every executive conference table will be a long rectangle. Other table forms may be more fitting, such as an oval or boat-shaped table. If the conference room is small to medium, an octagonal table may provide the business’ needs more than a circular or oval table.
Conference room tables with various shapes can also add a perceptible note of interest to the conference room, particularly when a low table accessory is added. Before anyone adds a low urn of silk flowers, they should recognize that people will bring records, pens, and laptops to conferences.
Conference Room Table Materials
Personnel in charge of selecting a business’s new conference table should also look at what the conference table is made of. If workers and guests usually bring refreshments, cold and hot, into meetings, someone could spill something and possibly cause damage to the table’s surface.
The materials used include laminates, which are sealed with a thermosetting resin. This is a strong material and won’t fade. Manufactured woods, such as particleboard and medium-density fiberboard are cost-effective, feel like real wood and are durable. Wood veneers are made with pressure and heat, using real wood. This gives the conference table the look of real wood without breaking the bank. Finally, genuine wood is also used to make conference tables. This is the most expensive choice available.
Seating Spaces Needed
How many employees will normally attend meetings and how big is the conference room? Company owners want to have a table large enough to hold everyone but still allow comfortable flow throughout the room.
Computer Office Furniture Store (COFS) offers a small table, which accommodates four to six people, is about 60 inches wide and 30 inches deep. The largest, which holds 22 to 24 people, is roughly 288 inches wide and 58 inches deep.
Types of Conference Table Bases
The base of a conference room table should allow attendees to sit comfortably without hitting their knees or toes against the bottom. Two or three vertical slabs support the table. Pedestal bases, which look like cylinders, support the center or both ends of the table and the support base has two T-shape uprights attached by a narrow base at the bottom. Lastly, legs or posts can support the table.
Depending on materials, executive conference room tables can range in price from about $500 and up. Size is a factor, with smaller tables costing less. As administrators and company owners consider their options, they should visit several office furniture stores before making their choice.
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