Boardroom Furniture in Maple and Black Glass
A 14 seat boardroom table with data ports has been installed in offices near Tunbridge Wells. The striking boardroom table has a profiled maple edge and maple veneered top with black inlays and black glass cable management covers.
The black leather boardroom chairs have matched maple wooden arms that blend with the boardroom table. The use of solid timber adds a much needed dash of natural materials in premises that are mostly industrial, steel-clad, buildings. The boardroom furniture is a statement of quality to reflect the aims of the business.
A cable free boardroom table with data ports and power sockets also has VGA and HDMi connectors linked to the presentation screen, all concealed below the black tiles allowing the table to remain decluttered, with just a conference phone visible.
Matching boardroom furniture contains concealed fridges, with black glass tops to protect the cabinets.
To accommodate 14 boardroom chairs the barrel-shaped table is 4.2m long and 1.2m at the widest point.