Decorative divider screens

There are many sophisticated office screens systems out there in the market and we are privileged to be able to offer some of the best available, to our customers, but what about the other end of the market, where all you want is just a basic divider to break up a large office or to define the reception area.

The most common offering is literally just a fabric covered board, which sits on a tubular steel foot, and is edged with a thin PVC strip, or linking dumbbell.

They do what they are supposed, and are quite cheap, but they are certainly lacking in terms of style and design.

For a little more money  a much brighter and stylish effect can be achieved by using office screens made from melamine or laminated boards, acrylic, or even perforated metal sheets, all suspended on  an attractive tubular steel frame.

These floor mounted screens can be specified to  match or enhance your existing office furniture, and are available either from stock or on a very short lead time.

The joining posts between the large divider boards can be placed in any position relevant to each other, enabling you to make some very interesting and exciting shapes.
In areas where natural light is a problem the use of ribbed acrylic or Perspex sheet can really help, as almost all  of the natural light can pass through the screen, whilst still providing a near opaque or translucent office screen to break up the office.

Furthermore the support feet, which are necessary for any run of unsupported office screens, usually have a more  pleasing look to them.

The old fashioned tubular steel floor standing screen supports are considered very basic nowadays and are only really used where the office furniture budget is really tight.

We can even supply white MFC screens which have had a logo or design printed onto them for maximum effect.

This is as effective as having your logo screened or fixed onto and existing wall, with the added advantage of being able to take your artwork with you when you move offices.

So don’t let you budget drive you towards the cheaper options without having investigated just what you might get for a relatively small extra cost