Enclosed bulletin boards and directory boards can be used as decorative vignettes to set a tone, theme or social event at any school or office environment. They can convey a sense of fun and excitement to students or office employees, reminding them of the year’s theme or current objective, while simply grabbing people’s attention. Paper leaves and craft paper trunks can create a stimulating creative environment, changing a boring classroom into an inspiring learning arena. Visual stimulation can add a sense of work morale, boosting any office’s productivity. Plus, the locking glass doors keep your inspirational displays safe and secure. How would you decorate your enclosed bulletin or directory board? The options are endless. Here are three ideas that take advantage of the two boards’ unique properties to help you start brainstorming.
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Take a look at this screencap of a recent episode of The Office, the hit TV show starring Steve Carrell (no relation to Smith Carrell, makers of study carrels) as Michael Scott. Kevin Malone (Brian Baumgartner) of The Office sure looks excited about something as he stands in front of a Ghent letter board. What isn’t there to be excited about? His office’s name is clearly displayed in the easy to read office park directory made by Ghent. Ghent makes a variety of boards, including letter boards, corkboards and combinations of the two, in durable aluminum (as shown), and timeless oak.
Ghent also makes a variety of easels, from oak-framed whiteboards to classic aluminum-framed chalkboards, suitable for any college, classroom or conference room. Looking for something more casual? Best-Rite offers their Rubber-Tak tackboards in a variety of colors, which allows quick posting by anyone in the office, without leaving ugly pinholes when the thumbtack is removed. Rubber-Tak boards come backed and framed, or can be purchased alone with an adhesive backing to create an entire wall of ideas.
Such a wide variety of ways to get your message across, how to choose what’s right for you? Try contacting Worthington Direct, or visit their website at www.worthingtondirect.com for great deals on these boards and more.