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Commercial Real Estate
May 1, 2019

6 Ways to Organize Your Commercial Office Space

Sponsored Content provided by Fred Kumpel - Owner, Strickland's Home

With rapid growth across the Wilmington area, we’re seeing an uptick in the need for commercial office organization. Whether you’re expanding your law office, opening your medical office, or in need of a makeover for your real estate office, Strickland’s Closets & Home Organization can help upfit your building to meet your unique organizational needs. We’ll organize and secure your records, streamline your workspaces, and offer intuitive storage solutions so you can focus on what matters most —Strickland's Home - Fred Kumpel, Owner - Greater Wilmington Business Journal Insights growing your business. Here, a few ways to improve your commercial office organization.
 
1. Organize according to your company culture and needs.
For a highly collaborative workspace, opt for an open-concept layout with common areas and easy-access open storage for shared supplies and brainstorming sessions. If you prefer more privacy, consider modular office storage options, individualized according to specific employees’ needs. 
 
2. Create a well-organized, relaxing break room.
The break room offers a reprieve from the busy work day and a space for eating and socializing. Make yours accessible for employees with closed cabinetry for kitchen storage, counter space for food and drink prep, and even open cubbies for a mini-library of shared supplies, resource books, and storage space.
 Strickland's Home - Fred Kumpel - Greater Wilmington Business Journal Insights
3. Use well-placed cabinetry for essentials and storage.
Organize your desk space, drawers, and cabinetry for go-to access to everyday office essentials. Using additional cabinetry behind the desk, stock up extra supplies like printer paper and files.
 
4. Conceal clutter with overhead cabinets.
In most commercial office spaces, the more storage, the better. Maintain your stock and keep office supplies within reach with plenty of overhead cabinets.
 
5. Add room for personality with extra counter space and open shelving.
In your executive office, leave room on counters and add open shelving to display photographs of family and friends, awards, vases, and art for an inviting, personal touch.
 
6. Sharpen your filing system.
Keep thinStrickland's Home - Fred Kumpel - Greater Wilmington Business Journal Insightsgs simple and avoid misplacing files by improving your filing system. We’ll help you create space for all of your files and make sure that they’re stored exactly where you need them.
 
Your Commercial Office Organization
At Strickland’s Closets & Home Organization, we value the opportunity to support emerging and established businesses in Wilmington, NC. We’ll help you increase your productivity, decrease unnecessary mistakes, and upgrade your space with custom office organization. To get started on your commercial office space, give us a call or visit our showroom.

Fred Kumpel is the owner of Strickland’s Home. The company, located at 5422 Oleander Drive, has four divisions, each with its own products showroom: Strickland’s Blinds, Shades & Shutters; Strickland’s Closets & Home Organization; Strickland’s Custom Garages; and Strickland’s Draperies & Fabrics. To learn more, visit StricklandsHome.com. Fred can be reached at [email protected] or by calling 910.762.0944.

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