Commercial Furniture

Our dedicated furniture team hand-pick furniture and specify bespoke items to complement the style and requirements of your interior, giving you an ergonomically balanced, comfortable and creative space.


Tailored Solutions

Having worked with clients that range from small independent businesses to a world-famous football club, we've developed a level of expertise that allows us to specify a furniture scheme for just about every type of commercial interior. We will sit down with you to learn about your business and how your space is used, or is intended to be used. This gives us the basis to create a functional and flexible scheme that covers your unique furniture requirements.



Good ergonomics is important for happy and healthy employees and satisfied and comfortable customers, depending on the nature of your business. It's important to think about how furniture feels and functions to make sure it fulfils its purpose while meeting the needs of those coming into contact with it.


Flexibility and Agility

In a workplace, agile working is about providing an environment for your team that offers flexibility with minimum constraints. This creates a more responsive and efficient workspace for employees, which results in increased productivity and performance. As all individuals work differently, varied workspaces can benefit each member of your team and provide a range of settings for tackling various tasks.


Did You Know?

We offer a turnkey commercial interior solution. This removes all the headaches and allows you to get on with looking forward to life in your brand new space. We can offer services to assist you in the following areas:



Furniture FAQs


What is ergonomics?

The term ergonomics is used to describe the study of people’s efficiency in their working environment. It considers physical factors such as furniture and workstations.

What is ergonomics in the workplace?

Ergonomics in the workplace refers to designing the work environment around the welfare of the employees that occupy the space. A workplace focusing on ergonomics will minimise the risk of strains and injuries in the workplace.

What is an ergonomic chair?

An ergonomic chair is designed to support and improve posture during use. Ergonomic chairs often have adjustable features that allows users to control different parts of the chair to make it more flexible in accommodating their body.

Why is ergonomics important?

Ergonomics is extremely important for helping to reduce injuries and illness in the workplace. Desk work, for example, can be linked to work-related musculoskeletal disorders, but an ergonomic workspace can reduce the likelihood of this. By placing an important focus on ergonomics, businesses can help to reduce absenteeism and improve the productivity of the workforce.

What are the benefits of ergonomic furniture?

Ergonomic furniture is designed around people, for people. Ergonomic furniture is supportive and comfortable, and promotes good posture. By doing this, ergonomic furniture benefits comfort, productivity and health and can reduce the amount of sick days taken by employees.

What height does my office desk need to be?

Many ergonomic desks are height adjustable and can be moved from a sitting desk to a standing desk. The ideal desk height depends on the height of the individual, however the standard height is around 73.5cm. It is best for you to adjust your seat height to the optimum position, and adjust your desk height accordingly.

How high should my computer monitor be at work?

You should be able to adjust your screen so that the top of the computer monitor is just below eye level, and make sure your screen is directly in front of you, rather than on an angle. Both of these factors help to reduce the risks of eye, neck and back strains whilst you work.

How adjustable should my office chair be?

Office chairs should be as adjustable as possible in order for users to get the most benefit out of using them. Being able to adjust the height of the seat, arm rest and back support of a chair, amongst other things, allows a chair to offer more comfort and support than a non-adjustable chair.