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A New Look for Loch Lomond Distillers

A New Look for Loch Lomond Distillers

A New Look for Loch Lomond Distillers with an Office Furniture and Office Seating revamp.

Our client opted for to go down the grey-scale route with a pop of colour – using blue screens. Some plants dotted around adds some biophilic design, incorporating the well-being vibe within the office environment.

A New Look for Loch Lomond Distillers

A modern Grey Oak finish is now throughout their Mauchline office, replacing an older Walnut MFC finish. Matching freestanding and desk end storage, finished off with desk top privacy screens in blue Camira fabric.

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We assisted with opening up the office by down taking pre-existing internal offices, relaying floor tiles and flooring. All with John McNeil Interiors.

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Why Buying Second Hand Office Furniture Can Benefit You

Used furniture – or ‘pre-loved’ as we like to refer – is obviously cheaper than buying new. It’s a fact. But the plus side is that a lot of used office furniture can still appear brand new. Whether you’re re-decorating your office or just starting up, used office furniture can not only give you the look you want at the price you can afford, it also allows unique customisation.

Benefits include:

  • Low Cost
  • Customisation
  • Eco-friendly
  • Quicker delivery

When we buy in used office furniture we always take in to consideration the condition of each item. We check thoroughly to make sure all aspects of each item is in complete working order and looks the part aesthetically. Of course, we do advise to keep in mind when buying used office furniture, aside from the above mentioned benefits,  that in future you may expand, add to to your workforce and need to buy more and this is when the same styles may be less available a year down the line! However we’ll always have something similar – and this is where customisation and uniqueness comes in.