A change of scenery can do you a lot of good. Ever notice that sometimes the best ideas come to you when you’re away from your desk? It might seem contradictory, but taking a little bit of time to relax can actually help produce better work. Even the most focused worker in the office needs a break every now and then and being able to spend some time in a space with an informal atmosphere can help put your mind at ease so that you’ll be able to better focus on tasks.
Lounges are a perfect opportunity to create a comfortable in-office retreat where people can head when they need to relax, recharge, and refocus. If it’s time to give your lounge an upgrade, here are a few ideas to help you get started.
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Tables will always be useful in an office lounge. People heading to a lounge often have cups of coffee or laptops with them, or they might need a surface to be able to write things down. Many different styles of coffee and end tables will work well in office lounges, but why not look for tables that can multitask? Turnstone’s Campfire Paper Table can be used as a traditional table, but the tabletop can also be written on so it’s easy to take notes or work out an idea at a moment’s notice.
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If you need any help planning the perfect office retreat, get in touch with our planning assistance team. Our design professionals can work with you to create a plan for a lounge that’s completely tailored to your needs.