Living in the city sometimes doesn’t give the room space we’d like – many of us sacrifice space for location. But now, that doesn’t mean we have to sacrifice storage and floor space! Wall beds are an easy, fun way to open up any room. Simply keep the bed out up during the day so you have plenty of room for an office, workout room, or hobby area! When it comes time to sleep, the bed easily comes down and is ready for use! Techline Furniture, Cabinetry, & Closet’s beds are oh-so-comfortable and with dozens of finishes and door styles we can design one that perfectly fits your décor. See how we do wall beds and pick a style that works for you!
Build a business office that works as hard as you do! Customize your business office to your specific needs by utilizing cabinetry and shelves for optimal organization, and woods and laminates for atmosphere and looks. Every piece of office furniture and cabinetry comes together to create the entire atmosphere – don’t leave out one of these areas:
Lobby Area or Reception Desk – First impressions count! Make sure the feel of the reception or lobby area is welcoming and truly represents your business. Use a multitude of shelves, drawers, and cabinets to create plenty of storage space. Keep in mind that if a client stays standing at the front desk, there needs to be a surface space tall enough for them to comfortably stand. Wrap-around desks and open shelves store and support work activities. Coordinated finishes and hardware integrate with your architecture.
Conference Rooms – Whether it’s a meeting for 3 people or 30, if you integrate tech-into-furniture options to outfit your tables with several types of technology, you get a functional and stylish place to hold meetings. Utilize that wall space by creating a buffet of cabinetry for organizational storage. Coordinate all hardware so there is a unified, professional feel that will keep everyone on tact.
Private Offices – Embrace your personal style and work flow! An organized and well-designed office enables you to maintain focus. Overhead cabinets can conceal or reveal, while wire trays manage utilities. Choose a smaller, wrap around desk for a more open feel, or a heavier desk for a more traditional office.
Multi-Purpose Workspaces & Copier Rooms – Process more efficiently and manage paperwork and supplies with ease. Use cubbies to organize mail and lengthy counters to store equipment. Wall and floor cabinets provide all storage needs that help keep the area clean, organized, and functional.
Techline cabinetry is designed to last as long as you need it to. If your office moves, so does your furniture. We offer move and re-installation services so you can keep your office with you. Our space planners will build you an expert workspace! For more information, see our Facebook page!
Rooms in your house are not just for sleeping and television watching – you need work space for all of your special projects – sewing, wrapping, scrap booking and artists, just to name a few! Techline closet designers explore your specific needs and customize drawers, cabinets and countertops to work for you. They fit your hobby room to you and your craft!
Start with a great workspace like countertops and desks. Depending on your style and how you want the feel of the room, you can change the surface material. For a bolder look, go for a dark wood or black; for a lighter look, go for white or a lighter laminate. Think about what you will be doing on these worktables and base the heights on it. If you’re sewing, cutting, or any activity that involves bending over, consider raising the table a few inches higher.
Get organizing with some shelves that will hold your supplies, whatever they may be. These are great for supplies, nicknacks, books, etc. Open shelves will open the space and provide storage for the things you want people to see. Closed shelves provide storage for those things you DON’T want guests seeing. Store your many pens, scissors, tools, etc in them. Free-standing shelves can be moved whenever you have an urge to redecorate without having to unload all its contents. Wall shelves are perfect in small areas where you can’t compromise floor space.
Personalize your space to you. If you are spending a lot of time in here, you need to feel comfortable! Add wall accessories to hold pens, flowers, or books. Customize cabinets that hold a variety of containers or supplies. Keep your room organized by separating it from other rooms in the house as much as you can. And don’t forget, CLEAN UP! Take 10 minutes after you’re done and put things away – that’s what you have those shelves and cabinets for! You’ll thank yourself the next time you wall in.
Any space, no matter how big or small, can be turned into an organized hobby space. Visit our website to see all of the options we have to make the best hobby space for you! Follow us on Facebook for more tips!
Techline Furniture, Cabinetry & Closets of Fort Worth celebrates its 20th Anniversary with new branding, logo design, website design, showroom upgrades, and new products and service offerings. The BRAND NEW website can be viewed at http://www.Techine-DFW.com. The company was formally known as Techline Furniture & Cabinetry. The company has added a whole new closet division thus changing the name to accommodate its fastest growing division!
“We are so proud of how far we’ve come in 20 years,” said Carol Osteen, president of Techline Furniture, Cabinetry & Closets. “Our design team creates custom organizational solutions for your home and business with high quality products and customer service. We can take any space and make if more efficient for you. Our brand new website really showcases our design solutions and what we can do for our clients. We can design anything!”
For 20 years co-owners Carol K. Osteen and Jerry D. Courter have provided the DFW Metroplex with expertly designed furniture & storage systems. Since its’ founding in 1991, Techline has really evolved into offering one-stop-shop solutions for homes and businesses, and also has implemented environmentally conscious ‘green’ initiatives with products that meet LEED certification.
Carol started Techline out of necessity when she started building her own home and needed an organizational solution provider. With her zest and skill for organization, Carol opened Techline Studio in 1991 as one of the first non-architectural firms in the country able to be a distributor using the Techline name. In 1993, Jerry became Carol’s Partner & Vice President of Sales, changing the company name to Techline Furniture & Cabinetry. Jerry came directly from Techline USA factory in Wisconsin, where he served as the first-ever factory-direct sales representative for the company. Techline’s growth and expansion into more products resulted in its current name change to Techline Furniture, Cabinetry & Closets. They had several locations until they decided to build their own building on West Freeway in Fort Worth five years ago.
Techline’s showroom is located at 3801 West Freeway in Fort Worth or view the online showroom at http://www.Techline-DFW.com/showroom.html.
We understand that it’s hot outside. Trust us, we walk outside, too. And we get that no one wants to be walking in parks or running errands that make you sweat just from walking from your car to the store. If you’re going to be stuck at home, you need to keep the inside as cool as possible…without breaking the bank.
Here’s what you can do to help:
For those windows that face the afternoon sun: keep them closed and the blinds closed. It may be a good idea to invest in some light filtering shades. Anything that blocks the sun won’t hurt!
For your dish washing, blow drying, laundry machine needs: do them at night. When it’s cooler, the heat that generates from those activities won’t seem so noticeable. The moisture from the machines will make the house feel cooler as well.
For room comfort: use those fans! They can make the room feel 6 or 7 degrees cooler!
For your air vents: keep them clean! If they have dust and particles built up, it has to work that much harder to filter the air. Clean ducts means faster and energy efficient cool air.
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