OstermanCron has already helped quite a few companies blossom this spring. During this season, here are two particular trends that we have found to be in bloom:
National Office Furniture recently conducted research among A&D professionals and found that furniture pieces, such as the Myraid occasional table, have been doing extremely well in office furniture designs due to their versatility. Designer of the Myraid Table, Don Woods explains this concept:
“Occasional tables should look like they were designed at the same time as the rest of the furnishings or space. Versatility is key.”
No matter how the styles and trends of your office move and transform through the years, pieces like these will always stay consistent. In an ever-changing showroom like OstermanCron’s, we have to agree- changeability will always remain important in the workplace.
Undoubtedly a hot button concept right now, sustainability in office design is certainly rising. Although sustainability has always been relevant, many companies now see it as a requirement. Take Kimball Office for example.
In early 2016, Kimball Office earned one of the largest office furniture opportunities in North America by partnering with BMW. Besides Kimball’s breadth of product choices in office desk furniture and incomparable customer service, BMW needed their furniture to be viable. Having the reputation as one of the most sustainable automotive manufactures in the word, they clearly felt this was imperative to their final decision. This blog’s featured image is the end result of their project. Pretty sleek, eh?
These evolving ideas may not be brand new, jaw dropping concepts. However regarding trends, OstermanCron, along with many other office furniture stores, would agree- sometimes the more things change, the more they stay the same.