The modern office desk setup was originally engineered after the elegant curvature of most chaise lounges was found to thwart bean counting. Revel in productive accouterments with today’s Groupon to Office Furniture Liquidators in Owings Mills. Choose between the following options:
- For $25, you get $100 worth of office furniture.
- For $50, you get $200 worth of office furniture.<p>
Since 1969, Office Furniture Liquidators has stocked homes, offices, and home-office hybrids with heavily discounted new and refurbished furniture. Refuse recovers its self-esteem in a stylish, contemporary steel bubble wastebasket by Safco ($25), and a fold-up banquet table ($89) supports feasts or impromptu jelly-bean buffets. With its ergonomic design, OFL’s height-adjustable Helium chair ($119) swivels a full 360 degrees, allowing worker-bees to ditch on-desk rearview mirrors. Rustic design and modern convenience forge an uneasy truce in Sauder’s computer desk with an organizer hutch, whose espresso-stained wooden body prevents torrid computer-cable entanglements ($199).
In the warehouse-size showroom, customers can meander through fully set-up arrangements of desks, chairs, and storage furniture as staff members field furniture-related questions. Customers can plan, preview, and revise their office spaces with Design Made Easy, an online planning tool which furnishes virtual rooms in all four dimensions. Delivery is available in the local area, and some items qualify for free shipping via the website.
Office Furniture Liquidators
Since 1969, the suppliers at Office Furniture Liquidators have beautified and outfitted bare office walls and classrooms with sturdy, handsome used and new furniture pieces. A lineup of stylish geometric couches and chairs infuse lobbies and reception areas with a contemporary flair, while lecterns and conference tables spice up conference rooms.
In addition to equipping start-ups and schools with new desks, chairs, and cabinets, OFL operates with a watchful eye on eco-friendly policies. They cut down on waste by recycling plastics and metal, and forgo landfills by renewing and restoring reusable furnishings.