Beating the Bad Cubicle Rap

Ever since the movie Office Space, cubicles have gotten a bit of a bad rap. However, not all office cubicles are created equal, and the reality is that not all office cubicles have to reek of institutional gray burlap the way they did in the cult classic movie. In fact, utilizing various levels of transparency, metal framing, and alternate finishes, office cubicles can actually help to contribute towards a sleek and beautiful office décor rather than detracting from it.


The fact of the matter is that most offices will have to utilize office cubicles to one extent or another in order to make the most effective and efficient use of space. That does not mean, though, that the office space has to become like Office Space. On the contrary, contemporary office cubicles provide a variety of design options, including fully transparent glass walls that totally open up your office space while still allowing for individual work spaces. Or, if you prefer, color frames can make your office cubicles serve as accents while housing fully opaque screens so that employees have the optimum level of privacy.


You are limited only by your existing space and your imagination when it comes to having fully functional, yet amazingly decorative, office cubicles. For assistance in determining how you can utilize office cubicles to their best advantage in your office space, contact The Sliding Door Co. They can help you to fashion office cubicles that avoid the bad cubicle rap while still allowing you to section off larger areas of your office space.


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Thanks to innovative design by The Sliding Door Co., today’s office cubicles come in contemporary frames in a variety of finishes and a number of striking designs. We’ve set a new standard, and in the process we are changing the way people design and decorate their homes and offices. So when you’re looking to upgrade your home, condo, loft or office, visit to find a showroom near you, or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Last modified on Wednesday, 17 October 2012 18:35