Design Tips for the Office Lunchroom

I’ve quickly learned that there are so many benefits to staying in the office for lunch.  The most obvious reason that I choose this route is to save money.  Even spending $5 a day on lunch can add up quickly.  The second reason I like to stay in is for the health benefits.  Grabbing lunch on the go almost never seems to include too many healthy options.  

 

The problem with staying in the office for lunch, however, is that our lunch break never seems to be very exciting.  We often need a simple change of scenery to really make our break worth it.  However, I found several design tips for implementing a more modern decor into the office lunchroom.  By customizing tables with patterns that brighten up the lunchroom area and by covering chairs with Crypton fabric, a drab lunchroom can suddenly have new life.  And, if your employees are anything like me, it’s exactly that new life that can carry them through the afternoon portion of the workday!

 

Lunchroom Table and Chairs

Lunchroom Table and Chairs

Modern Decor Gives Offices Personality

While I do believe that a traditionally-themed office can convey the right message about a company, there are certainly many offices out there that need a more modern look.  Modern decor adds personality and creativity to an office, which ultimately tells clients that your company is forward-thinking and innovative.

Modern furniture can range from the contemporary and classic workstations to hip and retro office desks.  But, it doesn’t end with the furniture.  Modern decor encompasses all the tiny details from the choice of wall color to cubicle partitions.  So, next time you meet with your interior designer, ask for modern suggestions that can help improve the view clients have of your office.

Modern Decor

Modern Decor