Our Week At Trendway

JJ & Jason’s Week Out

We spent the week at Trendway’s offices for product training and, despite our best efforts, left with great memories of the week and plenty of product knowledge to bring back home. As your sole providers of Trendway office furniture in the Tennessee tri-cities area, we wanted to share this gallery of images from Trendway’s offices in Holland, MI – check out some of Trendway’s workplace innovations in glass office walls, desking systems, collaboration stations & more!



Intrinsic Desking, Storage & Reception Counter in “White Zebrine” Finish…using a simple office setup oriented against the wall to create a fully functional reception area with plenty of storage.



Intrinsic Laminate Storage in “White Zebrine”/”Designer White” & some custom wall-mounted work



Capture Workstation with Sit-to-Stand option and ergonomic accessories, T51 chair with headrest, and Intrinsic Storage…small & powerful workstations!



Other side of the Capture system workstation – overhead storage and 2nd Standing Desk. The riveted panel tile on the back wall is “slatwell”, a feature that allows users to easily hang and remove desk tools and accessories.



Another Capture System workstation, this time with Intrinsic freestanding desk supported by Choices filing & storage. Lots of integrative capabilities between the furniture platforms – it was hard to parse the products in many of the offices with the level of customization present.



Very fond of that “White Zebrine” finish – especially on this executive set. Classic corner office in a contemporary finish.

Common Areas


Magnus Olessen Butterfly Chairs surrounding Intrinsic Freestanding – this seating is from a collaboration line with artist Niels Gammelgaard. Super chic.



Minimalistic approach to the contemporary break room – Choices storage flush together with some custom laminate casing.



Other side of break room counter – more custom work with the Choices cabinet and counter-height Live seating.

Lounge Area


A very social take on break room furniture – cafe tables with trumpet base and Quello cafe stools to create a quick, collaborative getaway.



Another Choices table, this time with glass top, and “Feek” – Trendway’s modular seating line. Very leisurely lounge furniture. This particular system is comprised of two pieces, the chair and the ottoman, that are angled on the outside edge so the possibilities in curvilinear configurations are endless.



Our final illustration of how versatile Trendway’s products are – a third break room area, again with Choices tables and Feek. Versatility is very nice, but the blue M11 chairs are the real highlight of this picture. Single-piece responsive seat design with ergonomic lumbar curve. Comfy, bouncy.

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We had a great time at Trendway’s week of training, and are proud to have a partner that is similarly committed to sustainability and community. See something that supports your vision for the office?

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