Office Furniture includes furniture pieces such as desks, office chairs, storage cabinets and other items typically found in a workplace environment. Office furniture is designed for high traffic work environments, and is typically more durable and adaptable than residential furniture. Common office furniture includes desk chairs or rolling chairs, desks, office storage cabinets, and fixtures such as cubicles and printers. Most types of office furniture is designed with materials that can stand high amounts of wear and tear, such as plastic, metals, acrylics, or lightweight plywood.
Office furniture arrangement can affect storage space and efficiency. U-shaped layouts increase privacy, offer a large working surface, and are made by connecting 2 office desks and two credenzas. L-shaped layouts are the most economical office layout and are made by connecting a desk or credenza with a return. Open space layouts are fit for executive offices can be created with two desks.
When arranging furniture in your home office think about function and create a space that will inspire you to actively work. If you are accommodating guests in your home office, arrange a seating area in the front and place your desk towards the back of the room. If not, try moving your desk to the center of your office and use the walls for storage purposes.
Before selling your furniture make sure it is clean and repair any wear it may have like loose legs or stained arm rests. Then price it at a fair price, photograph it, and advertise it. You can advertise it online, or through a newspaper. Be open to negotiate with potential buyers the goal is to sell unwanted furniture.