Friday, December 2, 2016

Office Design Trends: Coastal Tones Are Hot This Season!

Coastal Tones You'll Love for The OfficeEach season new trends emerge in the office design world that never fail to impress. Over the last couple of months we've seen a huge influx in the offering of coastal tones from brands like Mayline, iDesk, and Global Total Office. From gray wood desks to green office chairs, coastal colors are dominating the market. Today on the blog we'll highlight a few of our favorite products that showcase this emerging trend in all it's glory.

Coastal Gray Reception DeskThe textured driftwood finish options available on the furniture from the Mayline Sterling collection is nothing short of coastal. This full service product line has been a major contributor to the coastal movement, and for good reason. Sterling products are absolutely stunning! The executive office desks, conference tables, and reception stations from this line will leave a lasting impression on your guests.

Green and Gray Office ChairThe iDesk seating collection from Cherryman Industries offers ultra comfy chairs available in cool coastal color options you'll love. Our personal favorite, the Oroblanco packs a major ergonomic punch that's sure to help you make it through those tough days at the. Pair the Oroblanco mesh back computer chair with the Celedon seat upholstery option to boast the coastal vibe of your interior.

Beach Office FurnitureUp next we've got another hot collection from Mayline available in 2 different coastal finish options! Medina has truly taken the furniture world by storm. It's no doubt the hottest line of 2016. Popular Mayline Medina executive desks and conference tables in cutting edge coastal finish options like Gray Steel and Textured Sea Salt are a must consider for any professional workplace makeover. Even if you don't live in an upscale beach community, the office furniture from the Mayline Medina collection will make you feel like you do.

Modway Tinker Home Executive DeskYou can certainly keep it coastal with the desks from Modway in 2016. Take one look at the Tinker and you'll see what we mean. With it's natural wood finish and chrome accents, this executive style writing desk will look great in your home office. The EEI-293 model Tinker desk from Modway is currently available for $757.99. By industry standards, this 75"W desk is an absolute bargain buy!

Global Zira Conference TableWant to create a coastal vibe in your professional meeting area? No problem! Check out the tables from the Global Zira Collection this month. Zira conference and boardroom solutions are available in extensive finish options like Absolute Acajou that capture the coastal feel. The best part is, Zira tables are available with advanced surface level power options to help take your meetings to the next level. In addition to tables, the Zira product line offers awesome modular desking components, storage solutions, and top of the line reception stations to compliment your cohesive interiors.

Seafoam Leather Office ChairLast but certainly not least, shoppers looking to pair the perfect chair with their coastal inspired furniture will want to check out the Annie from Woodstock Marketing. While classic tones like black, white, and red are available, if you really want to commit to a coastal theme, we recommend the Seafoam leather option. It's absolutely beautiful. Even at first glance you'll be drawn into this lovely tone. The diamond stitched back offers a blend of mid century modern and contemporary flair that will earn your interior the compliments it deserves. Additional attributes like the polished chrome frame and base add to the luxurious feel. The Annie is sleek, comfortable, and surprisingly affordable. At $315.00, you'll be hard pressed to find a better coastal inspired chair for your remodeling project. This popular seafoam leather office chair is perfect for conference, boardroom, executive office, and home work environments. While we prefer the high back Annie chair, mid back models are also available at a slightly reduced price point.

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