Setting the scene with stylish meeting tables

February 1, 2013

Meetings in your organisation may often be informal and your staff members might be involved in them on a daily basis, or certainly very frequently. However, every so often you might stage highly important meetings.

For example, gatherings with officials, potential investors, business partners and other third-parties can be crucial. During these events, it’s important that you and your organisation really shine. To help you achieve this, you’ll need the right office furniture.

The perfect environment

First and foremost, you’ll need to ensure you have a room, or at least a section of a room, that is perfectly suited for this purpose. It must be sufficiently quiet and free from distraction and it may also need to be private.

Then there’s the equipment to consider. You might need speaker phones, projectors, conference call set-ups and more.


When it comes to the actual furniture you’ll use, tables are arguably the most important items. The shape and style of these objects can help to determine the dynamics of meetings. With smaller meeting tables, you can create a more intimate setting that’s conducive to plenty of discussion. On the other hand, if you want to emphasis formality, grander, more spacious tables might be better.

If one person is to lead the discussion, it can be helpful to use oblong or rectangular furniture so that this individual can sit at the head of the table.

Of course, you’ll also need to think about the number of people attending the meeting and make sure there is enough room for them all.

Are you sitting comfortably?

Comfy and practical seating is also key. If attendees are forced to sit on chairs that are too hard or are poorly designed, they can struggle to concentrate. Also, using substandard office chairs don’t reflect well on your firm.

By making sure you opt for appropriate seats, you can help ensure people stay focussed during the meetings. If you want to go for the executive approach, leather versions may be ideal.

Those finishing touches

Also, to really impress outsiders, it’s important to think about those all-important little extras. For example, it might be a good idea to provide water and drinking glasses and, depending on the length of the meeting and the time of day it takes place, perhaps some snacks would be a welcome addition.

In addition, some suitable artwork and flowers may help to brighten the meeting area up, but make sure you don’t go overboard. Too many items of these items can look over the top and unprofessional.

Check us out

Here at Furniture At Work™ we’re experts when it comes to office furniture of all kinds and items for meetings are no exception. By taking a look around our website, you should be able to find all the seating and tables you need, along with any storage solutions you require.

As well as being easy to order, our products represent great value for money, meaning you needn’t bust your budget when you’re on the hunt for these items.

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