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Meeting room tables for modern offices
Meeting room tables can have many designs and looks, which particularly depend on the size and shape of the room. It requires considering various factors like size required, budget available, overall design and appeal of the room, how many people will be made to sit as well as budget to get the best fit.
Meeting rooms serve many purposes – they are used not only for hosting conferences and meetings, but also for giving presentations and holding interviews. So, it is important to think what the tables would be expected to do.
Whatever the purpose is, there are a few things to consider when making a selection. While the more importance you give to size and shape of the table, do not forget other features and additions that would get you the best table for the meeting room. Also, take a look at different shapes that are available for modern office interiors.
One of the most popularly used tables is classic rectangular shaped one, which is considered very functional. Rectangular meeting room tables are excellent choice for contemporary offices as they provide enough space for approx. 12 delegates to sit and converse. These are commonly seen for the great power meetings.
Round tables are great for small rooms as they give the feel of spaciousness. However, these tables may not allow seating for numerous delegates, but they are good for small meetings or interviews.
A rather useful table is oval shaped, which are neither rectangular nor round, but combine the best of both worlds. They look classy and give boardrooms a timeless look at the same time saving more space.
For a completely different look, there are boat-shaped tables, which look quite interesting. They flaunt a very unusual style and make the visual focus of the room. Boat-shaped tables are usually larger allowing several people to sit at a time, so they also require a decently sized room to not make people feel cramped or squashed. As it looks different and stylish, this table shape can be seen inside various conference or meeting rooms in high-end offices.
8-shaped and modular meeting room tables also make a great choice. They look fresh and very interesting. They are quite versatile and allow many people to sit around them. With modular tables, it becomes a lot easier to re-design the room every now and then. They can be rearranged effortlessly to offer seating for many delegates at a time.
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