There are many varied looks and characteristics of the meeting room table and much depends upon the size and shape of your meeting room or boardroom as to which design will be the best fit. There are numerous parts to consider including the budget available, the size required, how you want the overall office space to look, and how many people will need to be seated. Meeting rooms have many designs and are used for not only hosting meetings and conferences but also for holding discussions and for giving instruction, so it is important to think about what your meeting room table will be required to do.
When you go shopping for a meeting room table, there are a large number of things you should examine before you make a final determination. While it is important to give the greatest thought to the size and shape of the table, try not to forget that other features will make a great table. Let’s take a look at some of the available different shapes.
The traditional rectangular shaped meeting room table is very functional but it is not very unique. Nevertheless, rectangular meeting room tables are a great choice for seating up to 12 delegates. These are the tables that you often see the power meetings being held around in the movies and in television series.
Round meeting room tables are very suitable for those rooms that are a bit small and will give the room a feel of spaciousness. These tables will not have the ability to seat lots of members but have the benefit of making small meetings or conferences feel more informal.
There are oval-shaped tables which are a surprisingly useful shape, they are neither rectangular nor round so give the best of both worlds. These tables are traditionally shaped and can give your conference room that timeless look.
An unusually shaped table is the boat-shaped meeting room table. This table has a very unique style and is a visible focus for the conference room. The boat-shaped table will be able to seat a great number of people and so will need a decent-sized room so as not to make people feel uncomfortable or squashed in the room. If you would like something a little unusual, a boat-shaped table could be right for your meeting room.
Another unique looking table is figure 8 shaped conference table. This kind of table is very much a new and unusual look which will make your conference room look very modern. This type of table demands a large room. One of the benefits is that this sort of table is versatile so that if you have a small number of visitors, it is ready to make them feel included as you can all sit around the round side of the 8.
Modular meeting room tables are the most adaptable of all. These tables come in so many shapes and sizes that you can have anything from the traditional rectangular shape to an octagonal to a U-shaped table you can have pretty much whatever shape you want. COFS Cubicle Office Furniture Store conference tables have the added benefit of being able to be set up to accommodate any number of people. The value of these tables is that pieces can be added or removed to make the table the right size for the meeting being hosted.
Most conference tables are manufactured from wood, glass, metal, or synthetic materials or any combination of those. So whatever style you want, you can be sure that your conference table will fit in well with your existing decor.
COFS offers you four options in a small meeting room table design.
1. We can get you a very affordable meeting room table from a non-OEM vendor.
2. We can get you an OEM model from a mainline manufacturer such as Mayline, Friant, or NDI.
3. We can customize the edges and bases of any OEM or non-OEM product.
4. We can build you a table “from scratch” using fiber wood overlaid with natural wood veneer or laminate overlay.
This range of vendor, customization, and material build options allows us to meet the budgets of academic, commercial, and non-profit organizations.
Complimentary office space planning guides both the design and selection process so you end up with exactly what you want at a price you do not mind paying.
Call us now at 832-799-9942 for a free, no-obligation planning session.