Conversely, if you don’t have too many visitors who need to sit, your reception area may still need to process a lot of traffic. Your reception area furniture should reflect those needs.
You may have a multitude of people each day who need to sign-in or sign-out. Or, you may process a lot of deliveries. If either of these scenarios is the case, you should put more emphasis on the reception desk itself and less on the seating.
The reception counter should rise to a comfortable height to accommodate your visitor’s practical needs, such as providing ample surface space for couriers to complete their paperwork and obtain signatures or space for your visitor logs.
You can easily enhance your lobby with reception area furniture that is thoughtfully chosen to reflect your specific needs. COI has one of the most extensive selections of affordable, stylish reception area furniture you are likely to find. Reach out today to set up your free consultation; our interior office design specialists would love to show you how we can help.