Contract Furnishings, Author at Contract Furnishings - Denver's Premier New and Used Office Furniture
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Author: Contract Furnishings

How did you get into designing office spaces? I always knew I wanted to be a designer. When I was a little kid, my mom bought me fashion plates. I took those textured plates and made wallpaper for my cousin’s doll house! In my career, I have...

Spring is a time to renew. Whether it’s your office or your home, it’s the perfect time to dig through that clutter and organize. With less distraction, your productivity can soar, and you can become more efficient with systems in place. Contract Furnishings helps clients organize...

Before embarking on a move last year, The Colorado & Denver Bar Associations (C/DBA) office housed an eclectic mix of used furniture, including old desks built before the digital age and chairs that didn’t fit them well. After 30 years in the same space, the...

How did you get into selling office furniture? With a background in design, I spent six years working as an interior designer in Chicago. When I moved to Colorado, I learned about Contract Furnishings and heard great things about their leadership. I called Christopher and Daniel,...

How did you get into selling office furniture? I stumbled into this industry. I was looking for a new opportunity when I saw on LinkedIn that Christopher and Daniel were looking for a sales associate. I knew them from my work with the Colorado Thought Leaders...

Ergonomics is the science of designing the workspace to fit the specific needs of each employee. When ergonomics is overlooked, you can develop problems like carpal tunnel syndrome, neck strains or lower back injuries, resulting in decreased productivity and potential workplace injury. When considering ergonomic...

Did you always have an eye for design? Growing up in Michigan, I would tour the mansions in Detroit with my mom. Home magazines like Sunset and different architecture magazines were always laying around the house. When I went to Michigan State University, I started out...

The Problem BIO-TECHNE Denver creates tools and programs that accelerate medical and life science research. A Fortune 500 Company, BIO-TECHNE focuses on continually monitoring scientific trends in order to anticipate their clients’ future needs. While the company rapidly grew and expanded, it lost sight of a...

How did you start working with office furniture? I started working at my first dealership in the 1970s as a file clerk. Within six months, I became the showroom assistant and soon after, floor manager. That’s when I fell in love with furniture and design. Every...