How to Handle Fear in the Workplace

October 20, 2018 by admin

Imagine the following scenario. You’ve been with a company for a few years and are starting to truly enjoy the stability you have and the relationships you’ve been. Then, a lawsuit emerges and the future of the company is in limbo. Your pulse quickens when you first hear the news in a meeting. Afterward, you […]

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Four Tips to Make Sure You Don’t Ruin This Year’s Office Party

November 15, 2017 by admin

The holidays are upon us and that means the season of office parties will hit full stride. Candy corn. Candy canes. Brownies. Egg nog. Cake. Cookies. Casseroles. Crock-pot mysteries. All of it will descend on the office like the settlers who first came to America. Unfortunately, the tidings of good joy we’re supposed to bring […]

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Four of the Coolest Reception Desks in the World

October 2, 2017 by admin

First impressions matter, right? That’s why some of the world’s most innovative companies also have some of the most innovative reception desks and reception areas. For many years – decades in fact – the reception desk of an office was a relatively uninspiring extension of the office itself. Design wasn’t always the key to a […]

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Nutritious for Business: Healthy Eating, Sleeping and Thinking Habits for Enriched Entrepreneurs

July 23, 2017 by admin

Amid the constant barrage of tips and tricks to get ahead in the entrepreneurial arena, no method is greater than caring for your body. So many businesses – and business owners –  fizzle out too soon, not because of a lack of ingenuity or motivation, but a lack of energy. The spark of inspiration can […]

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The Cubicle Is a Lot More Amazing Than You Think: A Brief History

May 22, 2017 by admin

Here’s something you probably didn’t know: The cubicle is 53 years old. That’s right. The office staple we’ve come to know and love was invented in 1964 by Robert Propst, a designer for Herman Miller, the design firm whose Aeron office chair set the standard of workplace artistry, function and comfort. A sort of renaissance […]

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White and Pink Noise: Reducing Workplace Distractions Through Science

February 22, 2017 by admin

The “typical” office layout is changing. Partitions are disappearing. Cube-heavy offices are now cubeless. Open spaces and natural light are top priorities. But this move toward a more open, collaborative space has an interesting drawback, the Harvard Business Review noted in March 2015: noise. As the walls fell in workspaces, noise made its rise. There […]

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Tips for Sticking with Your Resolutions

February 13, 2017 by admin

We’re going to tell you something you and your New Year’s resolutions probably don’t want to hear. Nine out of 10 people who set New Year’s resolutions will not achieve what they set out to do. The statistics show that 64% of us will make it past one week, and less than half of us […]

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Making Offices Cool Again: Our Summary of Inc.com’s 10 Coolest Offices

November 5, 2016 by admin

If you’ve made the round in office buildings in your city or around the country and world, then you know that most are high on productivity and low on aesthetic and functional beauty. Recently though, Inc.com injected some hope into an otherwise grey-tone world when they released an article about some of today’s most distinctive […]

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History of the Mouse

July 21, 2016 by admin

Mice have come a long way. What once used to be an afterthought in the computing experience is now an experience all its own. Manufacturers like Raven specialize in creating multi-function, highly-personalized gaming mice that can control armies, teams and other crucial elements of a video game. But the mouse hasn’t always been this complex. […]

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Robert De Niro, the S Curve & Choosing the Right Chairs for Your Office

August 26, 2015 by admin

As Robert De Niro once said, “If it’s the right chair, it doesn’t take too long to get comfortable in it.”  However, many of us are forced into using uncomfortable chairs at work.  Instead of the chair molding itself to our body, we are forced to mold our bodies to our chairs.  As a result, […]

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Top Five Benefits Of Using Cubicles In The Workplace

February 25, 2015 by admin

The office cubicle has become a symbol of the modern, uniformed and sometimes dull workplace in pop culture. However, there are many benefits to choosing cubicles for a workplace. The first cubicle was invented in 1967 by designer Robert Propst and has since then become one of the most popular options for work environments by […]

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The Herman Miller Locale Seems Like a Good IDEA

September 24, 2014 by admin

This summer, the Industrial Designers Society of America announced that the Herman Miller Locale concept won the International Design Excellence Award (IDEA) in the Office & Productivity category. While more than two dozen awards were handed out, this one has high relevance for businesses that are interested in improving the bottom line. How Locale Came […]

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Best of NeoCon 2014 Gold Winners Part 1

July 2, 2014 by admin

Who took home the gold for Best of NeoCon 2014? Are these items the perfect choices to refurbish or renovate your office space? We’ll explore some of the best of the best in July. Architectural Products by molo This space-sculpting partition system brings new scope to the term ‘flexible’. Each Tyvek honeycomb accordion wall features […]

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Get Fit with Office Chair Exercise Accessories

June 25, 2014 by admin

The sit-to-stand trend is only one way for people to get in a workout at work. Office chair exercise accessories allow employees to enjoy movement while they stay seated. Here are three pieces of equipment that can transform a traditional workstation into a miniature fitness center. What’s Under Your Desk? The “Cubii” from Fitness Cubed […]

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3 Innovative Ideas for Ways to Fit Out Your Office Space

August 20, 2013 by admin

This week, we have another guest post from a UK writer – Helen Wallis. This article targets those pesky problems that crop up when you are deciding how to make your office space liveable. When you picture an office in your head, do you imagine a dull room full of untidy desks that are crammed too […]

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Office Reconfiguration Adjusts Your Furniture to Your Workforce

July 13, 2013 by admin

Office reconfiguration isn’t like moving the furniture around in your living room. This type of project is not something you do out of boredom or just because you want to try something new. Instead, it’s a step to take when you have specific objectives in mind. Recently, we’ve noticed that many of our clients are […]

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Herman Miller Takes 7 at NeoCon 2013

June 23, 2013 by admin

Last week, we gave some bragging space to Steelcase. But Herman Miller did even better, bringing in its own collection of awards at NeoCon 2013. The company’s booth and showroom was recognized as the best place to visit in the entire convention. You can see HM’s “Living Office” concept page here and even download the […]

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See the New Herman Miller Office Chair

May 30, 2013 by admin

Have you seen the latest Herman Miller office chair? The office furniture manufacturer couldn’t wait until NeoCon 2013 to unveil the second generation of its beloved Mirra chair. The original was released about ten years ago, but the redesign is more than a facelift for this seating option. Instead, the design team at Studio 7.5 […]

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Don’t Use This Infographic As a Cubicle Poster

May 10, 2013 by admin

It’s great to be able to personalize your workspace with funny, inspirational and motivational cubicle posters. Those pictures of cute kittens, mountain climbers and eagles can make a drab panel more interesting. However, there are some types of décor your boss really shouldn’t be allowed to see. For example, you’d never want to print out […]

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Trendy Office Chairs for 2013

April 25, 2013 by admin

The Office Furniture Blog offers a peek at what you might be sitting on this year in their roundup of trendy office chairs for the modern workplace. None of these designs in seating are new, but they may become more popular since they are quite eye catching. For example, the use of chrome for the […]

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Healthy Offices Require Healthy Foods

April 24, 2013 by admin

Have you seen the recent blog post at Arnold’s Office Furniture about how a few New York employers are creating healthy offices? They aren’t just stocking the vending machines with Kashi granola bars. They’re having fresh, organic produce delivered directly from the farm to the cubicle. Employees who enroll in the coop program can pick […]

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Are You Board with Your Office Accessories?

March 14, 2013 by admin

This week’s roundup of our “Favorite Things” for the office is all about boards. Write on them, tack stuff on them, add magnets, it’s up to you how you use these handy office accessories. They come in a huge variety of sizes and materials to fit every space and every need. Here’s just some of […]

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Tips for Focusing at Work in 2013

March 8, 2013 by admin

Whether we have our own business or a traditional 9 to 5 job, most of us aren’t satisfied with just getting by at work. We want to be more effective in our jobs – we really, really do! It’s just that concentrating is so difficult. If only there was some way to turn off or […]

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Get Paid to Clean Your Office?

February 28, 2013 by admin

At Entrepreneur.com, you can find out what hidden treasures may be lying around your home office. It turns out, if you know how to price and sell old items properly, you could net over 3 grand. Popular items to resell include cell phones and other electronics. Even used ink cartridges could bring a couple of […]

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Making a Great First Impression

February 8, 2013 by admin

Has the whole world gone mat? It may seem that way with our 3rd office mat related post this year. But we have a special guest blogger to thank for this one. Jo Lynas shares her thoughts about why it’s important to make sure your business entryway sets the tone for visitors. She’s writing on […]

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Show Employees You Care This Valentine’s Day

February 2, 2013 by admin

Last week, we talked about a couple of items that can help “winterize” the workplace. Now, it’s time to think about what to do to warm the hearts of your workers. Here are a couple of items from our online catalogue that might be just the ticket for February: Orchids Are Forever Actually, real orchids […]

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Glassy Eyed Over Glass Chairmats

January 31, 2013 by admin

At Cubicles Office Environments, we always like free stuff. But that doesn’t mean we like cheap stuff. We really appreciate it when we get to try out office accessories that actually make work life easier. That’s the case with the sample of the Glass Chairmat we recently received from Clearly Innovative Home & Office Products. […]

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Teknion ebook Garners Praise

January 24, 2013 by admin

Teknion is no stranger to the accolades that come with being a top office furniture design firm. But in 2012 they actually won a Good Design Award for something they published – not something they built. The Phonebooths & Mailboxes book is based on the company’s 2012 marketing theme: the way technology is changing the […]

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What a Concept! (Office)

January 19, 2013 by admin

Have you ever wondered how an international bank with oodles of cash would choose to outfit its office space? Wonder no more. OfficeSnapshots has a photo-tour of Credit Suisse in Zurich that will make your head spin. We love the ultra-high wing back office chairs. It’s almost like the chairs have their own cubicle panels. […]

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Best Office Accessories for 2013

January 10, 2013 by admin

Are your employees kind of tired of the way their desks look? Are these the same old workstations they used last year and the year before? If everything is still in good working order, you might not be thinking about replacing or refurbishing your office furniture. But you could still add a little something to […]

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4 Fun Cubicle Apps to Complete Your Week

December 22, 2012 by admin

At Cubicles Office Environments, we know that employees need to relax once in a while (preferably on their actual break). So, in honor of Friday, we’ve put together a list of the top four cubicle themed apps! Cubicle by Keeno This is a classic building game, making a cubicle with blocks in different colors falling […]

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Take, Lock, Hide at Your Workstation

December 6, 2012 by admin

With the Christmas shopping rush coming up, perhaps you’ve seen the public service signs at your local mall reminding you to: Take your valuables Lock your car Hide anything you leave behind You might see these signs cropping up at work as well with office thefts on the rise for the holidays. You probably don’t […]

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Boosting Workplace Productivity on Black Friday

November 21, 2012 by admin

Do  your employees have to work the day after Thanksgiving? There are several reasons they may not be at their best: If they are avid shoppers, they’re probably feeling a little distracted – just waiting for the time clock to reach 5 PM so they can hit the stores. They’re likely to spend more time […]

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How to Child Proof Your Workplace

November 11, 2012 by admin

There’s plenty of information available online about how to child proof a home office. But what about childproofing a cubicle at a regular workplace? This doesn’t come up a lot unless you have a ‘bring your child to work day’ or a special event like office trick-or-treat for Halloween where kids are invited. In that […]

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A Seat at the Future Office Table

October 4, 2012 by admin

It’s always fun to discover what others guess the future office will look like. Here’s a story from the BBC news site about just that topic. The author is Ryan Anderson, the “Director of Future Technology” at Herman Miller. He has the super-cool job of trying to figure out what the office will look like […]

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Teknion Triumphs at IIDEX Part 1

September 28, 2012 by admin

Teknion’s press room is abuzz with announcements this year about multiple awards from IIDEX. At this annual Canadian design exposition, the focus was on innovation. Teknion didn’t take the gold in any category but managed to “medal” with a silver and three bronzes. These honors come fast on the heels of recognition at NeoCon 2012 […]

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Does Your Furniture Dealer “Deliver”?

September 6, 2012 by admin

It’s a shame to admit, but sometimes furniture dealers behave badly. Here’s a roundup of cases from across the US where furniture stores have gotten in such hot water that the courts have stepped in to protect customers. The Attorney General’s Office in Washington state is filing suit against a local Tacoma furniture store owned […]

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How Office Furniture Installers Stay in Shape

August 29, 2012 by admin

HON Company has a delightful blog post up right now that highlights the best ways to build your muscles while you transport and set up office furniture. If you’ve ever wondered why office furniture installers are all as buff as your average water delivery guy, this post reveals the industry’s best workout secrets. Of course, […]

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Dedon Green Wall is Dead On for Office Decorating

August 22, 2012 by admin

Inc.com has a short slideshow highlighting some of the coolest new office furniture from 2011. They’re using a pretty broad definition for the term, which is actually a good thing. Otherwise, the Dedon wall wouldn’t have made it onto the list! This aluminum and fiber space divider is like a living piece of art – […]

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Tips for an Efficient Office

August 10, 2012 by admin

Sarah Kessler has an article up at Mashable that offers 37 tips for working anywhere. It’s from 2010, but still very relevant. Some of the best tips are those designed for the average white collar worker in a typical office environment. Not surprisingly, these tips are all related to time management. At Cubicles Office Environments, […]

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Conference Furniture You Won’t Forget

July 12, 2012 by admin

If you went to NeoCon 2012, you know that office furniture manufacturers are putting a lot of thought into ways to bring people together at work. The watchwords of this decade seem to be “collaboration” and “innovation”. Well, they could learn a lesson from Eric Stoller when it comes to creating equipment that delivers the […]

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Office Lighting Has a “No Light Bulb” Moment

June 22, 2012 by admin

Humanscale has long been known for its seating solutions and height adjustable workstations. But they’ve also got a whole array of other workplace accessories that deserve attention as well. One of the newest items is a task light called Symtra that doesn’t need a light bulb. Instead, this fixture features LED lighting that emanates from […]

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What Will It Take To Get Workers Moving?

June 13, 2012 by admin

Earlier this month, Carrie Schmitz and David Antle did an interview about adapting working posture. This discussion is timely considering the huge variety of sit-to-stand workstations that are being promoted in the office furniture industry these days. The conversation posted over at CafeErgo centers around what it’s going to take to actually help employees transition […]

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Laptop Ergonomics Tips

May 22, 2012 by admin

While the laptop has been a huge boon in helping workers become more mobile, it poses its own set of challenges when it comes to ergonomics. Research any of the information on ideal monitor placement in relation to keyboard placement, and one thing becomes clear. It’s impossible to achieve both when you are using a […]

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Keep Your Feet Moving at Your Desk

April 18, 2012 by admin

Let’s face it. Treadmill desks are pretty cool – but there’s a limit to how much walking you can really do in a day. Some of the time, you need to sit down to get stuff done. Plus, not everyone has the funds to purchase a top of the line sit to stand or walking […]

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Philips Launches Anti-Slumping Computer Monitor

April 10, 2012 by admin

There are plenty of ergonomic workplace software apps available to remind workers to get up and move around and stretch. But what about a tool that helps you have better posture while you are sitting and working? Philips has just introduced a new monitor complete with sensors that let you know if you’re not using […]

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Good Design Awards for Office Supplies

March 16, 2012 by admin

Good design doesn’t just apply to big stuff like office chairs and worksurfaces. It’s also evident in the little things that make your job easier. Here are a few of the office products that got the “Good Design 2011” nod for streamlining repetitive tasks that require excellent tools for organization and productivity. Pebble Dispensers We […]

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More Sit-to-Stand Workstation Tips

March 10, 2012 by admin

In February, we had the pleasure of learning some great tips from Michelle Judd at Ergotron for making the most of a height adjustable workstation. One of the questions that didn’t make it into that first post was, “What kinds of tasks are better to do standing up vs. sitting down?” Here are a few […]

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Cubelets are the Ultimate Cubicle Accessory

March 9, 2012 by admin

YouTube is well known for being one of the greatest time wasters on Planet Earth. But sometimes, you run across something that really is too great not to share. Feel free to blame Garrett O’Brien at The HRIS World for helping this video go viral. The Cubelets are little robotic blocks that you can fit […]

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How’s Your Penmanship?

February 9, 2012 by admin

In July of 2011, I blogged about a vertical mouse that looks like a penguin. Today’s ergonomic upright mouse looks more like an old-fashioned quill pen. This “Penclic Mouse™” product takes you back to the days of writing longhand – without the writer’s cramp. The angled pen shaft allows you to rest your wrist in […]

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The Latest News about Office Furniture and IAQ

January 28, 2012 by admin

There are many factors that can contribute to poor indoor air quality (IAQ) in the workplace. Some of the most commonly recognized chemical contaminants are volatile organic compounds (VOCs) that are released slowly into the air from materials in the office space. This week, Forbes published an article about a new study on a category […]

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Cardboard, Now Newspaper, What’s Next?

January 5, 2012 by admin

Back in December, I blogged about a cardboard desk. Today, we’re looking at furniture that’s made of even less expensive material – old newspapers. There are a couple of different designers playing with this reusable material. Yasmin Sethi combines the strength of layers with the strength of cylinders to make tables and chairs from rolled […]

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Edible Furniture – Something to Chew On

December 30, 2011 by admin

There will always be those who make an art form out of even the most mundane objects. This touch of whimsy can make us look at everyday things in new ways. This week, let’s take a look at what happens when you mix food and furniture. You’ll probably be surprised to find that there’s a […]

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Furniture Upcycling in North Carolina

December 25, 2011 by admin

Many office furniture companies, such as Herman Miller and Steelcase, have put stringent measures in place to reduce or reuse their own production waste. But not every furniture company does the same. This has provided an opportunity for designers to reclaim these unwanted byproducts for their own purposes. Adrian Boggs and Adam Gregory are using […]

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NeoCon East – New Commercial Furniture Part 6

December 10, 2011 by admin

It’s time to turn up the lights before we turn them out for good on this year’s NeoCon East blog series. What new lighting components were shining through at this Baltimore convention? Not surprisingly, LED lighting solutions lead the way in this category. Fluorescent lighting is so last century now! Here’s a spotlight on the […]

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The Snake Charmer Strikes Back

December 2, 2011 by admin

Someone better call Samuel L. Jackson, because there are snakes in the…office? This unusual bit of office news comes from the Hindustan Times. A snake charmer apparently loosed a score of snakes into the local tax collector’s office (we’ve probably all wanted to do that at some point). The snakes were collected from on, around, […]

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NeoCon East – New Commercial Furniture Part 4

November 25, 2011 by admin

This week, it’s time to take a look at what NeoCon East participants found underfoot. There were a number of new commercial floor coverings on display – including a collection from Atlas Carpet Mills. The Archeologique line features modular carpet tiles with a velvet-cut pile surface. The pile is carved with what Atlas describes as […]

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Companies War over Windfall from Foreign Furniture Duties

November 24, 2011 by admin

Sometimes, the furniture business is as full of foreign intrigue as a good spy movie. There are backroom deals, squabbling over loot, and all sorts of shenanigans. For example, the Byrd Amendment (the Continued Dumping and Subsidy Offset Act) was put in place in 2000 to deter countries like China from dumping cheap goods onto […]

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NeoCon East – New Commercial Furniture Part 3

November 19, 2011 by admin

Next up on our tour of new items for the office is Peter Pepper Products, Inc. This firm introduced two lines of recycling receptacles for use in the workplace. The HexBin (as its name suggests) is intended for use in groups of 2 or more that fit together like pieces of a honeycomb. The bins […]

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Vintage Office Etiquette

November 4, 2011 by admin

This office etiquette video from the Encyclopaedia Britannica Films archive offers a delightful peek at what was expected from white collar workers in the 1950s. Some of the advice is still very relevant for today. After all, the Golden Rule doesn’t change. Going to work is much more pleasant when everyone treats others they way […]

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Are You Monitoring Monitor Use for Proper Ergonomics?

October 13, 2011 by admin

In Allsteel’s resource library, you’ll find a very interesting OSHA white paper on the “Ergonomics of Video Terminal Displays”. That’s an old fashioned term for computer monitors. In fact, the paper dates back to 1997 – the days of big boxy cathode ray tube displays that are thankfully becoming a thing of the past. What […]

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Commercial Furniture Designers Do Residential – Part 4

September 3, 2011 by admin

For the final post in our series on furniture that can be used in office or home settings, let’s explore what Knoll has to offer. The company has quite an extensive collection – including pint sized furnishings designed for kids. Maya Lin Stones These colorful indoor/outdoor “stones” are made of molded polyethylene. Every surface is […]

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Teknion Builds a Better Mouse…Tray

September 1, 2011 by admin

Teknion’s ergonomic accessories in the Complements collection include quite a range of keyboard trays. There are models with plastic or aluminum surfaces as well as sit-to-stand arm versions for enhanced flexibility. But it’s the mouse trays that add that little something extra. The 3D mousing surface attachment has almost as many adjustable features as a […]

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Commercial Furniture Designers Do Residential – Part 3

August 27, 2011 by admin

Teknion is yet another manufacturer well known for its office furniture that also crafts items that can shine in a home setting. Here are a few of the designs you might see in the commercial or residential arena: Occasional Tables Dakar is just one of several models created for use as corner tables or coffee […]

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Commercial Furniture Designers Do Residential – Part 2

August 20, 2011 by admin

Last week, we explored some of the crossover furniture from Haworth that could work in either a business or residential space. Today, let’s take a look at what Herman Miller has to offer. Of course, HM is well known in design circles for famous pieces like the Eames chairs. You’ll see this home furniture in […]

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Good NeoCon Results For Knoll – On the Surface!

August 12, 2011 by admin

Plenty of the “big boys” at NeoCon walked away with top prizes for office furniture. But Knoll has things “covered” from a different angle. This company really shone in the textile category, earning gold and silver awards for 2 new fabric collections. KnollTextiles’ Vista (designed by Dorothy Cosonas) received gold recognition. This line is made […]

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Office Space Becomes Food Production Space

August 3, 2011 by admin

The term “cube farm” could take on a whole new meaning if a European trend for turning vacant office spaces into community gardens takes off. Jo at officebroker.com shares a belly warming story about how an old office building is being retrofitted for use as a vertical farming site near Manchester Airport in the UK. […]

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Conflux Lights from Teknion – A Sensory Experience

July 11, 2011 by admin

One of Teknion’s newer additions to its product line is the Conflux task lighting collection. Like many other fresh and innovative office lighting pieces, these are all about three letters: L-E-D. Fluorescents are so last year! These sleek aluminum lighting pieces are available in articulated freestanding desktop, panel mounted, and floor lamps as well as […]

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Best Of NeoCon Entries For Workplace Technology

July 8, 2011 by admin

One of the most interesting categories in NeoCon’s 2011 show this year was Workplace Technology. The range of entries spanned everything from a new mouse to high level acoustic paneling. Here’s the scoop on some of the Best of NeoCon tech: Penguin Mouse This vertical mouse is designed for right handed and left handed use. […]

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The Cubicle Conversation Is ON!

June 30, 2011 by admin

People still seem to assume that big businesses don’t listen to the little guy. That’s changing with the advent of social media. Huge cubicle manufacturing and design firms like Herman Miller have teams working hard to scour the internet for the latest industry news to share with their loyal blog readers. This level of online […]

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Go Free Form With 3form?

June 16, 2011 by admin

One way to dress up an office space is with unusual materials and fluid space design. 3form offers glass and resin panels that are poured, pressed, and molded to be truly unique. You could use these pieces for many different office furnishings from worksurfaces and conference tables to reception desking. Pick your own interlayer items […]

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What Do You Do about Messy Cubicles?

June 14, 2011 by admin

Jen over at Arnolds Furniture has collected a series of photos depicting the “5 filthiest office cubes in the world”. It’s a harrowing sight, so only click through if you have a strong stomach. Jen categorizes the behaviors evident in the disarray of each cubicle. There’s the Hoarder who can’t let go of anything – […]

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Knoll’s Kute Kids’ Kollection

June 6, 2011 by admin

Every major office furniture designer seems to enjoy displaying a few items that are whimsical and fun. With Knoll, it’s a line of children’s chairs and worktables. The Amoeba table is designed to resemble a shapeless blob (which is actually a more attractive look than you’d think). The legs are solid beech, but the top […]

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Haworth Offers a Distinct Twist on a Traditional Stool

June 1, 2011 by admin

Because of its global reach, Haworth makes it possible to buy office furniture that is “Made in the USA” but that was conceived in collaboration with some very talented designers in Europe. That’s the case with this classic K700 stool by Studio Centro Castelli. It looks eerily like a partially unbent paperclip (especially when you […]

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Like Your Humor Cheap? Cubicles Of Fire Fits The Bill

April 22, 2011 by admin

Sometimes, the best kind of laugh is one that’s cheap. Cubicles offer an endless source for silly humor – check out these clips to get a quick giggle.

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Office Furniture Liquidation…and Demolition?

April 20, 2011 by admin

Office furniture liquidation is just the start of a full data center demolition project for the company featured in the video here.

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Affordable Cubicles For Disaster Relief

April 6, 2011 by admin

Check out how one Japanese architect is changing the face of disaster relief with affordable cubicles for earthquake survivors.

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Computer Office Furniture: San Diego Workshifting Options

March 30, 2011 by admin

Telecommuting may be key to saving money on computer office furniture. San Diego area Telework Research Network reveals startling data on how to cut costs.

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How Do You Top Your Cubicle’s Walls?

February 26, 2011 by admin

There’s a good chance that your cubicles’ walls don’t sport decorations as fancy as this electric train set. Check out the amount of work this guy put into his project!

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Why Local Cubicle Liquidators Are Your Best Option

January 26, 2011 by admin

Cubicle liquidators provide a valuable service for companies that are replacing their office furniture. However, they don’t all provide the same level of service.

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Workplace News: Tech, Business, Cubicles, & More

January 22, 2011 by admin

Do you find it entertaining to read about how people behave in the world of white collar business? Cubicles are prime locations for gathering gossip to share on blogs.

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Pranked Cubicles: Panels Covered In Post-Its

January 11, 2011 by admin

Do you love a good practical joke involving cubicles? Panels plastered in post-its are a traditional, non-destructive prank that can still get a laugh.

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The View From The Cubicle: Workstations Get A Makeover

January 8, 2011 by admin

Has it been a while since you redecorated your cubicle? Workstations deserve the same interior design flair as any other room in the office environment.

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More Songs About Cubicles Wanted

December 24, 2010 by admin

More songs about cubicles wanted! This is a musical genre that is just beginning to take shape. Read up on the latest cube music here.

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Download Free Cubicle Workstation Art

December 11, 2010 by admin

Could your cubicle workstation use a little flair? Check out these quirky and unusual pieces of artwork you can print out for free.

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Decorating Work Cubicles For The Holidays

December 2, 2010 by admin

Permitting employees to decorate their work cubicles during the holidays can backfire if you don’t have any ground rules in place. Here are some to consider.

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Executive Office Furniture: San Diego VIPs Might Crave This Desk

November 24, 2010 by admin

Are you in the mood to splurge on some really expensive executive office furniture? San Diego CEOs who want to make an impression might like a Parnian masterpiece.

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Cubicle Walls: San Diego Employees Can Add Their Own

October 6, 2010 by admin

Would your employees like extra cubicle walls? San Diego office environments can easily incorporate these sliding privacy screens from ACCO.

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Eco-Friendly Office Furniture Supplies – San Diego Could Be Greener

September 20, 2010 by admin

Looking for green office furniture supplies? San Diego business owners should seek out items with a high percentage of post-consumer recycled content.

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Canadian Office Furniture Brands

September 10, 2010 by admin

You’re probably familiar with quite a few U.S. and global office furniture brands. But what about Canadian companies. Get the scoop on 3 here.

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Cool Cubicles To Spark Your Imagination

August 13, 2010 by admin

Check out the cool cubicles and workspaces at the link in this blog to get ideas for ways to spice up your office environment.

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Anatomy Of A Cubicle Partition

July 29, 2010 by admin

The interior of a well-made cubicle partition is engineered for structural integrity and sound dampening. Take a closer look here.

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How To Spot a Cheap Cubicle

July 23, 2010 by admin

Anyone who specializes in buying office furniture can tell you that there’s a big difference between an affordable cubicle and a cheap cubicle. Buying cheap can end up costing a company in a lot of different ways. The furniture will tend to succumb to wear and tear quickly. Poorly made furniture will also look and […]

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Browse Awesome Cubicle Supplies

May 27, 2010 by admin

Today’s market for cubicle supplies is exploding with imaginative and luxurious items to suit every taste. Come see!

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Herman Miller Cubicle Accessories – San Diego Style

May 22, 2010 by admin

Are you looking for the perfect cubicle accessories for your employees. Here are some great ideas from Herman Miller.

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Teknion Cubicles Go On a Diet

February 18, 2010 by admin

Teknion cubicles are slimmed down for inclusion in the Diet collection. These panels have a thin 1.3” profile that saves space without sacrificing quality. This is the solution to choose when your real estate costs are steep and you want to create a high-density office environment. Panel heights range from 42-66” so you can create […]

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Used Steelcase Cubicles Donated to Non-Profits

February 15, 2010 by admin

Leading office furniture manufacturer Steelcase has an impressive reputation for corporate responsibility and community involvement. They regularly provide grants to charitable organizations. The company also sponsors fundraisers and provides volunteer services to many community programs. Used Steelcase cubicles and other pieces of office furniture are also donated to non-profits from time to time. If your […]

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AIS Cubicle Finishes

February 12, 2010 by admin

AIS has recently added a new section to their website. Now, you can view AIS cubicle finishes in their online gallery. This makes it easy to select veneers, paint, and fabric surfacing options for your panel systems. Here’s a brief overview of what’s on offer from this manufacturer: Panel Fabrics This fabric collection is comprised […]

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Office Furniture: Vista Drawing Tables

January 11, 2010 by admin

Looking for some decent drafting equipment to add to your fleet of office furniture? Vista drawing tables may fill the bill. These pieces are constructed of heavy duty tubular steel. The Safco Vista adjusts vertically from 30-46” and features a tilt of up to 45 degrees. It also comes with a foot rest that runs […]

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Fun Facts About Cubicles: Del Mar Offices Host Unseen Intruders

December 3, 2009 by admin

OK, so this is more of a gross fact than a fun fact about cubicles. Del Mar office spaces are often plagued with uninvited guests called dust mites. These tiny arthropods feed on flakes of skin that humans shed on a daily basis. Dust mites tend to accumulate in bedding because that’s where people spend […]

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