Planning Your Boardroom Layout

When planning your office boardroom layout, you should take many factors into consideration before deciding which furniture to purchase.
The most important thing to remember is the size of your boardroom and therefore what is the maximum size your boardroom table can be (remember you will also need room for all of the chairs to fit around the edge and allow space for people to get in and out).
Think practically about what type of boardroom table would best suit the space you have, do you have a long room where a rectangular boardroom table would be best suited? Or perhaps your boardroom is more of a square shape which would lean itself to a circular boardroom table set up.

If you are going for a sleek and elegant boardroom table, then you will want to avoid the heavier, chunky boardroom chairs which will take focus away from the table.

Consider how many people will be using the boardroom table, have you ordered enough chairs to seat everybody? Have you ordered any extra chairs needed if you are giving a presentation? Perhaps if you can only fit a certain amount of boardroom chairs around your table you might contemplate getting some folding, stackable chairs which can be used as and when they are needed.

The boardroom is vital in reflecting the image of your company’s brand, you therefore need to decide if you are looking for a contemporary boardroom table, a classic boardroom table or even a funky boardroom table.

Boardroom tables come in many different shapes and sizes and TAG office have a large variety to suit all office types including start up and small companies all the way through to high end companies looking for designer boardroom tables.
Glass boardroom tables are becoming increasingly popular as they reflect a real sense of professionalism and give a striking presence to a boardroom. Wooden boardroom tables offer classic design and include fantastic practicality such as built in cable management and modular boardroom table systems which allow you to create the exact layout required to suit your surrounding environment.
If you are looking for advice about planning and styling your boardroom, please get in touch with our team who can help you plan the best layout and style for your office environment.