What furniture comes with a serviced office?

What furniture comes with a serviced office?

If you’re on the hunt for your next office space in London – or perhaps even your first office space altogether – you’ve got a lot of things to consider: what does your business need from an office? Where’s the right area in London for you to rent an office? What type of office space suits your business?

Furnishing your office space is possibly not even on your radar right now, but it should be. While location and style of office space are undoubtedly important, working out how you’ll furnish the office and finding serviced office spaces that offer bespoke furniture options can save you stress and money.

We’ve put together this quickfire overview of what furniture comes with a serviced office and your different options to help you find the perfect office space in London.

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What is a serviced office?

Before we jump into the overview, here’s a quick refresher on office space lingo. A serviced office is a type of office space where the rent includes both the office space and services. This can include:

  • – Internet
  • – Phone services
  • – Furniture

Want to know more? Here’s our comprehensive guide to what a serviced office is.

Office furniture basics: What most serviced offices offer


Open plan office space on Shoreditch High Street

Some serviced office providers will offer a lot more furnishing options, like this office space on Shoreditch High Street.


Most serviced offices are furnished with the basics, like desks and chairs for your team; and while these basics used to be sufficient for most businesses, with more and more companies working with hybrid teams, the office is about much more than just making sure your team has got somewhere to sit and work.

Many businesses now see the office space as a place for collaboration, creativity and team building rather than somewhere to just work at a desk. For that reason, some serviced office providers in London go well beyond the basics to ensure their clients get exactly what they need from an office space. This is where serviced offices differ significantly from furnished offices.

Beyond basics: Bespoke furniture options

For many businesses, hybrid offices are the future. According to recent research, more than 60% of companies plan to adopt hybrid working soon, and it’s easy to see why. Hybrid working, which combines remote work and office hours for teams, offers businesses a way to boost creativity and collaboration when their teams are at the office. But for companies to make the most of an office, they need a place for their teams to strive, which requires custom layout and furniture options.

These bespoke options often include:

Furniture to suit your team


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Working remotely has given people a chance to work out how they work best. Maybe sitting down at their desk isn’t working for them, and they now choose to use a standing desk. Or perhaps they’ve swapped out their office chair for a yoga ball to work on their core at the same time. Whatever it is, some serviced office providers in London will help you furnish your office space in a way that works for your team.

Breakout areas and collaboration spaces

Breakout areas offer a creative space for brainstorming and thinking outside the box. They’re great if your team needs some time away from their desks or to put their heads together and collaborate. If you feel that this is a key requirement that your team would benefit from, then ensure that you take your time to research different providers as not all serviced offices come with these amenities included in the price.

Meeting Rooms


Office with private meeting rooms in Shoreditch London

Office meeting rooms are used for collaboration and private meetings. This office comes with two private meeting rooms.

Meeting rooms at serviced offices are a great way to add a bit of privacy to your office, and they’re perfect for client meetings. They provide you with meeting space without disrupting the rest of your office, giving yourself some peace while still being able to bring people along for meetings too. Plus, on the rare occasion when you’ve not got meetings scheduled, the space can double up as an extra collaboration space. Some serviced offices come with their own, private meeting rooms while others have access to communal meeting rooms in their building. Communal meeting rooms usually cost extra to book but some office providers will let you book meeting rooms at no extra cost.

Office layout

Some serviced office providers will allow you to customise you office space to your needs. These providers give businesses the chance to make the office space personalised and more enjoyable to work in and optimise them for productivity. This could be a more open-plan office style or more breakout areas and focus spaces.


It’s quite possible that you already have all the office furniture you need for a new office space. Maybe you’ve got specific requirements for your furniture or you’ve got a particular vision for your office. Whatever the reason, that doesn’t mean that a serviced office isn’t the right choice for your business. Some serviced office providers will allow you to rent the office unfurnished and store the included furniture elsewhere so you can create the perfect office space for your business.

Canvas Offices – Find a London office to suit your needs

At Canvas Offices, we have a range of serviced office spaces in Mayfair, Shoreditch, Old Street, Clerkenwell or Dalston. Our offices can be rented furnished or unfurnished and our bespoke office service means we can help fit the office to your needs. Get in touch with us today to book a viewing of our offices .

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