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Privacy and Practicality - Office Screens

An open air office space can sometimes become intrusive. To avoid this problem, turn to leading office furniture providers, JS Online for a range of screens that will turn any open office space into a productive and constructive work space.

If you are short on space but still want privacy in your office, these practical office screens from JS Online are the perfect solution. They sell desk mounted screens for smaller spaces, so not only do you save space, you provide your employees with freedom to work on their own. The screens subtly enhance privacy while allowing for easy communication between staff members.

It is a myth that office screens reduce the size of the room. As well as being practical, they are also extremely stylish and can really make a style statement in any office space. For example, the Screenplus Glass Screens add a light, airy feel to any contemporary office space. If you are looking to create privacy, yet allow colleagues to communicate with each other, this is the perfect set of screens for your office.

The Officeplan Allure Frosted Translucent Screen is ideal for smaller offices. Finished with a frosted glass look, this stylish desk mounted screen provides privacy, while still letting the light through, making the office seem open and spacious.

The company also do screens in wooden finishes for canteen spaces, such as the Contract Timber Trellis. Made from high quality timber and finished with either beech or pine and in a diamond or square pattern, it adds a homely touch to any office canteen or food area.

Chris Johnson from the firm that sell office desks and a range of ergonomic seating, said: “Our range of screens are practical and easy to use. They provide much needed privacy while also keeping the office area somewhat open to conversations.”

So whatever type of screen you are looking for, whether it is a floor to ceiling screen or one that can be mounted on a desk, JS Online will have the solution

Posted by Chris Johnson on 30 March 2010