Hello and Welcome Reception counters from stock

We have added 4 new ranges of reception counters to our stock list for 2010, two of which are the Hello modular reception range and the Welcome reception counters.

Both are very versatile, offering a range of modular units which can be put together in various layouts to produce your ideal reception area.

The Hello reception counter range is available in a warm beech finish, in a choice of straight, concave, or convex modules.

Each module is in turn available as a high counter unit, a desk height unit, or desk height and extension section.
In all 9 different shapes and layouts, plus a D shaped meeting end to give you the flexibility of deign which you require.

The worktops are 30mm thick with a decorative aluminium finish edge-banding which matched the 100mm deep kick plates on all modules.

Once you have decided on the configuration of you reception counter, you can either choose to leave either end open, or finish off the counter with a matching silver finish end panel. 

 These panels can also be retrofitted if you require at a leter date

A simple, quick and effective way to transform your reception area without the cost of a hand made or bespoke counter.

The Welcome reception range is available in a light oak finish, but also a striking, almost black wenge finish, which contrasts dramatically with the silver trim decorative panels on the straight sections and the 90 degree curved section modesty panel.

Once again the Welcome range consists of three straight units, and three corner modules, giving you a variety of possible layouts.

The straight counter units are further enhanced with the use of  frosted glass tops which seem to float just a few millimetres above the dark wood finish reception counters.  Welcome really adds a discerning level of quality to any working environment.

So with over 8 ranges of reception counters in stick, and many more available on  short lead times of a couple of weeks, plus a free full 3D Cad and planning rendition service, you really should make us your first port of call