"Home idea with IKEA": starting fresh at the upgraded office
Let us invite you to the office that belongs to one of the flower markets in Vilnius. See how IKEA interior designer Justina Koskauskė has helped the girls working here take a fresh look at their small premises.
The small office could fit only a few of workspaces and was anything but inspiring. The co-workers were surrounded by a boring interior, dull colours and old furniture in different styles. A single open shelf always looked cluttered. Besides, there are no windows in the room to provide natural light.
The new face of the office
To make the office livelier, Justina has chosen yellow paint for one wall and a green composition of FEJKA artificial plants for the other. After all, plants should be the key element in the flower market office!
Small in size, big in comfort
Justina has replaced the old desks with some new BEKANT sit/stand desks. One can adjust the height of the table top electrically from 65 to 125 cm to ensure an ergonomic working position. These are slightly smaller than standard office desks, which makes the small premises feel bigger and provides room for extra workspaces.
Stored in order
Next to each desk, Justina has planned some ALEX and IDÅSEN cabinets for personal belongings, and a number of closed and open EKET cabinets along the wall - for papers, stationery and other mutual means.
For more privacy
BEKANT screen for desk creates a quiet and pleasant working environment by providing privacy and absorbing sound. The soft material holds pins, so it can also serve as a board for notices, personal pictures or other accessories.
An office that feels like home
Our interior designer decided to prove that specialized office furniture can be combined with pieces that we usually use at home. This is why she dedicated the whole wall for EKET wall cabinets and PERSHULT/BERGSHULT shelves from the bedroom/living room range. The shallow shelves are perfect for storing document files and office supplies.