Furniture Solutions for Coworking Spaces

Coworking spaces are becoming more popular throughout the U.S. as well as all over the world. These spaces are comprised of members that work for various companies, on an array of different projects. The term ‘coworking space’ is defined as a membership-based workplace where groups of freelancers, remote workers, and other independent professionals work together in one communal setting.

The appeal found in these working environments comes from individuals’ ability to feel more at ease, to come and go as they please, and to feel part of a community. Coworking spaces can be a place for professionals to look for guidance, as they regularly offer networking events, training programs, social events, and even summer camp. Many companies are beginning to incorporate coworking practices into their business strategies, and hybrid offices that introduce an element of recreation are becoming more common.

An important factor of coworking space is the furnishings that members are utilizing in that space. Some people will prefer their own desk space, while others will enjoy a shared work space so they can discuss and explore each other’s projects. Coworking spaces are often the type of creative and fun environments that fit well with a mix of different types of furniture, fabrics, and styles, of furniture. Pre-owned furniture is ideal for coworking spaces because they are dynamic workspaces that often require unique solutions to accommodate all types of workers. Putting several different types of furniture together can create the perfect atmosphere for a coworking space.


Another great option for outfitting a coworking space is our Basecamp line. With complete customization of desking, benching, and conferencing products, Basecamp can outfit any work space. The simple leg and beam bench structure gives you the ability to build on and modify. Different fabrics and markerboard, glass or acrylic tiles can customize each station. Basecamp’s mobile elements also make it perfect for collaboration!



Sources: Bisnow & Harvard Business Review