Spice Up Your Workspace with These Cool Office Furniture Items

by in Inspiration on 30th Dec 2013 · 0 Comment

It’s no coincidence that some of the most successful companies (Facebook, Google, Microsoft come to mind) also have the coolest office space designs. It’s one thing to have the best people want to work for you, it’s another to have those people perform in their top gear because of a conducive work space.

From office supplies to office chairs, anything can be creative in the office if you dare to break from tradition. Now, let's have a look at some cool office furniture items that’ll have employees having that little bit more incentive to clock in to work, or if not, at least steer them away from the mundane and into creative ideas.

Creative Office Furniture

Color Coding
These fun office dividers allow you to bid goodbye to those dreadful cubicles, while still allowing for a bit of privacy when you sneak in that requisite YouTube trip.

Color Coding

Multi-Prism
It need not always be a matter of making the most of limited space as this artsy, yet practical desk with pullout drawers does. The duality in this intelligent design lies in being a functional piece that also inevitably catches the eye of anyone new to the room.

Multi-Prism

Back to the Future
It harks back to Hollywood’s rendition of the DIY mad scientists. With the way most things these days are rehashed retro, coupled with how geeky has become the new cool standard, this office desk and chair ensemble certainly fits that very bill.

Back to the Future

Woody
The comfort factor may be a bit iffy on this artful office chair rendition, but it’s certainly a conversation starter.

Woody

Have A Leg Up
This simple chair design gives a new twist to your grandparents’ rocking chairs. With a bit more cushioning, and a footrest that helps better blood circulation, it works both for when you’re engaged in a task, and when you’re on those mini breaks necessary to get through the day.

Have A Leg Up

Teamwork
This simple wooden desk and its open compartments is ideal for either those brainstorming sessions, or working on a group task. You can cook up a bunch of ways to utilize this understated piece, plus it certainly fosters work chemistry by itself.

Teamwork

Back-to-School
Doesn’t it just remind you of your desk as a primary school student? Or that rustic coffee table you didn’t particularly notice on your last holiday? Or a four-legged wooden minion? Whatever image your mind conjures up, it’s a small functional piece that complements almost anything next to it.

Back-to-School

Stealth
This nesting desk set fits right about anywhere you need it to be. It serves its purpose like it should. And it has this subtle cool factor to it.

Stealth

Ivory
You could place this in the pantry, or a lounge, but wherever you decide to put this flamboyant piece, you're certain to attract attention.

Ivory

Design Hive
A simple yet stylish solution for neatly stashing blueprints.

Design Hive

Organizational Fiber
This piece gives an organic twist to an otherwise mundane cupboard.

Organizational Fiber

Drop Box
Why look for a cool office piece, when you can just make an existing one cooler? Check out what they did here.

Drop Box

Origami
This artistic chair possesses an oriental charm that accents any room you put it in.

Origami

Sleek Freak
Another cool twist to office dividers — this has a nice minimalist touch, adds color to the room, and can easily be moved around with those wheels.

Sleek Freak

Divvy Up
This divider that you can pull up, or slide around is just the right mix of simplicity and style.

Divvy Up

Mobile Cube
It’s not reinventing the wheel, but having them on these wooden shelves certainly makes it easier to move stuff around.

Mobile Cube

Corkboard Divider
It certainly looks like something professors would come up with to discourage cheating during exams, doesn’t it? But this office divider doubling as a bulletin board makes for an interesting piece nonetheless.

Corkboard Divider

InstaHorizon
Another simple yet ingenious way to spice up the otherwise run-of-the-mill space divider.

InstaHorizon

Connectivity
This office space’s clean lines, along with the subtle contrast between wood and white makes for a serious, yet relaxing workspace.

Connectivity

Minimalism
Pullout drawer on wheels, clean, smooth lines—everything you need with just the right hint of style.

Minimalism

Conclusion

If the design of a workstation has significant impact on the employee’s motivation and overall productivity, one can just imagine how far more dynamic they can be if they’re given office furniture as creative as these examples.

And while it may be deduced that these designs are hard to come by, people can take comfort in the fact that marvelous ideas like these are possible to execute, and that, it’s highly likely that they’re born in an equally-ingenious workstation.

Gabriela Roxas is a business writer and content marketing strategist for JPofficeworkstations. Gabby has a background in business, marketing and design. She also loves to create things related to interior designing.