When you know it’s time to upgrade your lobby and lounge seating, there are many considerations from size to style, from colors to arrangements, but all these are almost insignificant when you consider the main requirements, which are comfort and durability.
Do You Have to Make an Impression?
Purchasers of new lounge seating need to know whether the furniture must make a great first impression on your visitors, which includes people who may be attending for interviews to work for your organization. First impressions do count and where you fail to wow your visitors or potential employees while they wait to meet members of your organization, they may instantly lose interest in anything you offer to sell them.
There are two types of first impression that are connected to your lounge seating. The first is associated to the attractiveness of your furniture. When it’s old, decrepit, torn and carries rather too many stains, individuals may believe that this reflects the image of your company and not in a positive way.
Upgrading Your First Impression
The next first impression concerns how comfortable the furniture is, for sitting on. Some organizations choose furniture that appears to be extremely modern, funky, in with modern styles, materials and colors. Nevertheless, unless this is a creative company, offering your poor-quality furniture to sit in will leave others wondering whether they wish to take matters further with this organization.
On occasions, whoever is responsible for purchasing your furniture, should sit in your lounge or lobby area and test the quality of your furniture. It may look satisfactory, but until you have tried the furniture, you may not know whether it is comfortable enough for people who are waiting to see someone from your company.
With the decision made that you’re going to upgrade or change your furniture, you will need to decide what purpose the furniture will convey when it sits in an area where people will judge your company. Thinking about how it can be adaptable so that you can change your lounge area arrangements from time to time, will be just one of your considerations. Your color choices may be reflected by the number of people that will sit in your lobby area, how clean or dirty their clothes are likely to be and your overall color scheme, that is designed to wow and make great first impressions.