Looking for some scary good savings this Friday the 13th? This list of 13 must-haves for your office or classroom feature the newest products at Worthington Direct to enhance your space. From teacher’s desks to preschool carpets, you’ll find something that will surely catch your eye.
Today’s office environment thrives on glass, chrome, and modern architecture. One of the most popular elements in office design is the use of glass to create an open-concept setup. Did you know that you could complement this interior décor scheme with glass dry erase boards for office productivity?
Industrial design and other minimalist themes are popular for small offices. They give tenants great customization options and also help achieve a great look on a small budget. But sometimes, an open office floor plan isn’t the best fit for every circumstance. Add dividers and temporary rooms where you need them with movable room dividers. Here are four ways to create spaces when you need them.
Dry erase boards have become a tremendous part of our lives. We use them at work, at school, and even at church. As much as they have been helpful, they have also sometimes proven frustrating. As they age, or as we use the wrong cleaners, they can begin to look dingy or become inhabited by ghosts of images past. Many of them have to be replaced after only a couple of years of heavy use, and although they are sleeker than chalkboards, they lack the modern style many buildings deserve. Thankfully, glass dry erase boards can get the job done, and with additional benefits, both with functionality and in form.