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4 Types of Conference Tables Designs for Your Office

4 Types of Conference Tables Designs for Your Office

4 Types of Conference Tables Designs for Your Office

Traditional conference rooms were initially used to incorporate large, room-spanning tables, for setting things on and sitting on. Office furniture such as desk dividers, mobile whiteboards and flip top tables allow offices to flexibly manage their office space by easily relocating them as per requirement. These tables were bulky and required allocation of dedicated office space. Let us take a look at these four types of conference tables that are ideal for hybrid office space. 

Flip top mobile tables

Modern mobile conference tables usually have a lightweight frame, with glides or easy-to-slide glides, and a slim, strong, one-piece leg. This allows you to easily move the tables from one part of the office to another, either by sliding or by rolling. Such mobile tables also feature a flip top, which means you can lift the table upright using a lever, and place more than one tables adjacent to one another.

Modular tables

The standardised units of modular tables allow users to flexibly arrange them in any available space after use. Modular conference tables are lightweight, streamlined, durable, and easily reconfigurable. Available in various shapes such as oval, rectangular, rhomboid, and triangular, these tables have seamless cable management and wire integration that provide a table-top power source for devices such as laptops and projectors.

Glass tables

Glass tables have a sleek, streamlined look that seamlessly blends with the surroundings and shifts focus on the architecture giving the room a spacious look. These office and conference tables are easy to clean and maintain, and blend with veneer, laminate, and fabric to create a modern and sophisticated office layout design.

Folding Tables

Folding tables are lightweight and have legs that can be folded. The downside, however, is that once you have folded the legs, there are no sliding or rolling glides incorporated into the table design to facilitate rolling. You need to lift them up and carry to the storage. Folding tables are the least favourite among the big players in the market, which incorporate a flexible office space management layout. Such offices, instead include flip and nest tables in their layout.

Wrapping up

Modern day office layouts focus on maximising the available office space and include elements that allow them to create modular work spaces. Modern day flexible office space layouts need tables that conserve office space and are easy to manner.

Modern conference tables come in several formats, including mobile, modular, glass, and folding. Office furniture such as desk dividers, mobile whiteboards and flip top tables allow offices to flexibly manage their office space by easily relocating them as per requirement. Flip top tables, by large can be used as a conference table, bulletin board or a mobile partition.