Our product spotlight for November just had to be the Niles™ Conference Chair from Kimball®. Because of its modern design and functionality, the chair really takes a front seat to any of its kind. It has an elegant profile on both conference and side chairs.read more
Through Kimball’s Sales Management Incentive Program, Omega Commercial Interiors earned a 5-night trip to Reykjavik, Iceland. David Mccormick, Peggy Schifano Lovio and their spouses stayed at the Hilton in Reykjavik August 1st through the 5th. Just off the coast of Iceland, Reykjavik is the capital and largest city in Iceland. The trip included a city tour, a jeep excursion through Thorsmark Valley, dinner at Fjorubordid Restaurant, Lava tunnels, the Blue Lagoon and a Golden Circle Tour.read more
On July 14th, Morgantown based Omega Commercial Interiors announced a new location in Charleston, West Virginia at 1210 Smith Street. Omega Commercial Interiors was founded and is owned by David Mccormick, Jr. and Peggy Schifano Lovio. Omega does business in commercial office furniture across West Virginia and in nine other states. Omega has over 60 years combined experience in sales and interior design. They offer a wide variety of services that range from office furniture to architectural products. Omega’s products include case goods, systems furniture, seating, lobby and waiting room furniture, conference room furniture, demountable walls and window treatments. They serve various segments of the business industry including healthcare, private offices, automobile dealerships, banking, legal and government offices.
Depending on the amount of space available in your office, most likely, you have already taken the plunge and installed either a sit-stand desk or a sit-stand desktop unit. Pictured above is Human Scale’s popular Float® system and on our home page are Human Scale’s more portable options.read more
Experiencing Kimball’s culture, a premier office furniture manufacturer of the United States, enlightens the School of Interior Design students and is irreplaceable.read more
The demand for open and inclusive spaces in the workforce is one of the reasons mid-century modern design is making its way back into the office.read more
Patterns can cause big design mistakes blowing a design budget if the choice is not a wise one. It really does take experience to apply patterns tactfully.read more
Benching systems continue to progressively address the needs of business owners. Their benefits are numerous including space efficiency, collaboration, productivity increase, flexibility and natural light permeation.read more