The expansion of the furniture market and the increase in the number of suppliers is openly visible in London and other major cities. The boom has created an avenue for manufacturers and retailers to improve the quality and affordability of the products they offer.
This is fitting, as customers have become more knowledgeable and discriminating of the products they purchase, demanding quality befitting of the price they pay for it. Therefore, both suppliers and customers are increasingly aware of the demands of quality and affordable furniture, both for residential and commercial spaces.
If you’re in the process of designing your office space, then it’s a good idea to consult an interior designer. Interior design and planning are essential in order to ensure that each space in your building, such as offices and meeting rooms are maximised. However, most people tend to overlook such designing.
For example, meeting rooms are supposed to be effectively designed prior to furniture fitting. As such, the meeting chairs and the table should be specifically made to fit the room. This will ensure that space is adequately utilised.
There really is no advantage to purchasing furniture for a room before a thorough inspection and space planning is conducted.
Delivery and Installation
You should make sure that the delivery and installation of the furniture you had custom-made are properly done. Ensure that your provider sends specialists to help you out with the installation. Since there was a pre-assessment of the space, include the interior designer you hired in the installation process to supervise and make any necessary adjustments or design changes.
There is a lot of great furniture available out there, and as knowledgeable consumers, it’s easy to be tempted to purchase whatever looks nice at first glance. However, do not discount the importance of good space planning and the skills of a good interior designer.