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Keep Your Employees Happy With Office Curtains

Keep Your Employees Happy With Office Curtains
By Curtain-Tracks 5 years ago 4649 Views No comments


We’ve talked a few times about how office curtains can improve employee productivity. However, well-placed office curtains can also make a huge difference in employee morale by making the workspace more comfortable and inviting. Light colors can cheer up a dreary space, textures can soften stark walls, and heavy drapes can darken a room for presentations (or secret meetings). They key to choosing good curtains and tracks for workspaces are to choose high quality items that provide a great deal of flexibility. We carry all of the tracks, office curtains, and drapery hardware needed to enhance any workspace.



Let’s face it, we don’t treat our workspaces like our homes. Generally, we are all a little tougher on the hardware in our workspace, and multiple employees means less accountability when something breaks. “Replace curtains” or “replace broken curtain rod” is typically not a desired budget line-item. We have office curtain tracks, curtains, and hardware that are durable enough to last for years even with less-than-ideal treatment. For example, the 3120 Extra Heavy Duty Curtain Track can carry long, heavy drapes and blackout curtains, and will last decades if properly installed. Accessories like our master carrier and wand will also help extend the life of tracks and curtains.


Office décor that never changes can become depressing for long-term employees. Simple things like new office curtains can make a big change in the overall look of the space. If patterns are too whimsical for the workspace, alternating two different solid-colored curtains is a very effective way to brighten a room. Day-to-day, curtain tracks offer the flexibility of having a space completely closed off, or completely opened up as needed by installing ceiling-mounted curtain tracks to create virtual walls.

Need some inspiration to punch up your workspace with office curtains? Visit us on Pinterest for ideas.