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Elongated Conference Tables For Modern Offices

Working at home is a downer, I know. Some things are just out of our control, but other things, such as an uplifting workplace attitude, are not. Inviting your colleagues over to discuss the latest company merger or patent lawsuit can be done in a stylish and comfortable way. Choose a grand table and let that be the place of successful discussion and flawless drafting. Working in an environment that is stunningly arranged will boost productivity, as well as the overall morale. Even when you are stressed and flustered, you will feel somewhat at peace knowing that you can display all your work in an aesthetically appealing way.

Organizational idea for large home office

by Joseph Trojanowski Architect PC

The best part of conference tables is that they can be used as dining tables as well. Because they can seat more than just your intimate household number, these tables are a great investment for the flexibility they give to the home. At the end of the day, a table is still a table. No matter what you use it for, it stands there boasting its sturdy platform and versatility.

Bring Nature To Work

When we work, we are physically choosing to remove ourselves from the world around us, meaning we do not have time to go outside and enjoy the beautiful blooming flowers and crystal-clear blue sky. It’s such a shame. A good way to combat this problem is to invite nature into the workplace, which can be done by introducing a wood-framed table–the bigger the better! The husky feel of wood conference tables are a fitting match for any style of home decor, because wood is a material that complements just about anything–metal, fur, tiles, you name it.

Swatt-Miers-Architects-by Swatt Miers Architect


by Schmitt


Sleek and stylish home conference roomby M Square Lifestyle Design

Artisans Working At Home

Innovative minds working at home require a different kind of interior decor. Unlike business professionals who are guarded by briefcases and blackberries, which can be dull and clean cut, artists feed off of the energy that surrounds them. This energy can come from anything, such as color, shapes and light. Much like in an atelier, the availably of space is the number one thing on the design checklist for an individual of the arts. So having a grand table that is bold in color and simple in design will do wonders for the work-at-home artist.


by Chloe Warner

Elad Gonen Zeev Beech home officeby Elad Gonen & Zeev Beech


by Winn Wittman Architecture

Refreshing and brilliant backdrop for home conference room

by Anthony Baratta LLC

Remember To Be Transparent While Working

Displaying a level of transparency is a necessary trait while churning out level-headed work. The same can be said about finding the perfect conference table. Tables made of glass are stylishly modern and uniquely stunning. If you have a small office, then having a clear desk will help make the room look bigger. Sometimes a chunk of wood can be a little domineering, especially when it takes up most of the room. With a glass selection, you get the best of both worlds: a dependable desk and a space-expanding illusion technique.


Make Everything Modern and Chic

Given the circumstances, would you choose edgy and modern or quaint and humble? I hope you said edgy and modern, because it’s hard to imagine working in an environment that downplays style rather than emphasizing projects (yes, work can be fun too). When it comes to the workplace, you need to find the balance between comfort and concentration. A modern setting will subconsciously motivate you to finish your work in a timely fashion, and also give you the confidence you need by creating a professional atmosphere.

Contemporary office in white

by Space Kit

Dining room doubles as conference space

by Designing Solutions

A hint I always give is to decorate your home (or office) with things that scream “I’m a go getter!” Here are some table ideas to get your creativity going and help you set up your “go-getter” workspace:


by Cornerstone Architects


by Huis Styling


by Kathleen Ramsey


by Kenneth Brown Design


by Schappacher White

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