Thursday, December 3, 2015

What A Great Year For Office Furniture!

As we kick off the final month of 2015, we've found ourselves reflecting on what a great year it was for the office furniture world! Brands like Mayline, Cherryman Industries, OFM, and Global Total Office truly raised the industry bar. In today's post, we'll take a look back at how these reputable manufacturers made this one of the most exciting years ever.

Mayline Medina FurnitureMayline was definitely the big winner of 2015. They gave us cutting edge furniture collections and amazing ergonomic seating solutions. Mayline kicked off 2015 with the release of their Medina collection. It's popularity soared from the minute it hit the market. Medina desks, conference tables, reception desks, and storage products offered the value and style shoppers needed to transform their interiors on a budget. Medina products are now available in 5 attractive finish options. Leave no doubt, this popular collection will end the year as the number 1 casegoods furniture line.

Mayline Sterling FurnitureMayline didn't stop with Medina. Just a few short weeks ago, they gave us yet another amazing furniture line. The Sterling collection offers the perfect blend of modern and traditional design characteristics. Sterling desks feature opaque acrylic accents and unique curves that put them in a league of their own. All Sterling reception desk models like the STG34 boast glass transaction counters and spacious work surfaces. The conference room table models from this collection are available in a wide range of sizes and feature boat shaped tops. Sterling is still building momentum, but we expect it will make it's way onto our best sellers list before the end of the year.

Mayline Living Chair
At this years NeoCon event, Mayline showcased their new Living chair. To make a long story short, it was a huge hit! This multi functional tasking chair moves with you. The passive seat slider is weight activated while the flexible back provides constant support that adjusts to the user as they sit and move naturally. The chair seat automatically adjusts to it's user and distributes weight weigh out the need for adjustment. At just $399.99, the Living chair is one of the best value buys on the market.

Ambarella ChairIt was also a big year for the Cherryman Industries team! Known and respected as one of the best furniture manufacturers in the country, Cherryman stepped outside their comfort zone to earn some major seating cred. In 2015, Cherryman rolled out their popular iDesk office chair collection and blew us all away! The new ergonomic chairs from this collection offer unmatched appeal, value, and comfort.

Curva High Back ChairLooking to save big on a task chair? We recommend the Ambarella! This iDesk chair from Cherryman offers adjustable arms, a multifunctional mechanism, and built in guide for user comfort. All this in a packaged priced just over two hundred bucks. The Ambarella provided shoppers with the most bang for their buck in 2015. Lot's of cool color options are available to help kick your interior appeal into high gear.

In addition to the Ambarella, the iDesk collection gave us the perfect new chair for the executive office and conference room. The Curva seating solution is available in both high back and mid back variations. These designer chairs feature attractive loop arms and a blend of mesh and leather surfaces. Both black and silver frame options are available starting at $447.99. We recommend the mid back Curva chair for the conference room as it saves space and looks great! The high back Curva is perfect for executive environments. It features a mesh back and high end leather headrest that's sure to impress your office guests.

OFM Morph Lounge ChairNobody did reception furniture collections better than OFM in 2015! This industry leader gave us awesome new lines like Morph, Triumph, Serenity, and Contour. No matter your needs of space requirements, OFM has a seating collection that will work for you. While we love all of OFM's hot new lounge and waiting room collections, the Morph is definitely our favorite. The lounge seating and sofas from this collection are truly revolutionary. The seating from the Morph collection features flip up privacy panels and power capabilities that your guests will certainly appreciate. With Morph, you'll be able to turn your waiting room in to a private workspace. Simply plug your device into the chair arm, flip up the privacy panel, and voila! Your guests will be sitting comfortably and functionally in no time.

Zira reception deskThis year Global Total Office gave us great new office chairs like the Vion, G20, Arti, and Solar. We could go on about these trend setting ergonomic chairs for hours, but what we really want to tell you about is the Zira collection. Talk about wow factor! When the average furniture line won't cut it, Zira is ready to make your interiors excel. This line of fully modular components gave businesses the ability to make one of a kind spaces in 2015. This year, Zira was expanded to include unbelievably cool reception desks and powered conference room table models. Zira reception desks can be configured to accommodate multiple users. These unique welcome desks can be accented with frosted glass accents, intricate handle pulls for storage drawers, and versatile storage solutions.

Zira Conference TableThe powered conference room table models from the Zira collection are the best in the business. If you're looking to streamline the meeting process, improve functionality, and propel your collaborative efforts into a whole new stratosphere, a Zira conference table like the Z48144BE is the choice for you. These intricate boardroom solutions are available in a wide range of sizes and surface shapes. Zira tables can be customized with a variety of different edge, base, base trim, and surface finish options. All models can be equipped with cutting edge power modules from technology collections like Oasis. Outfit your Zira table with AC, USB, HDMI, Audio, Phone input options and much more to make your meeting area the best it can be.

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