It’s true: You get what you pay for. That includes a meal, for example — you pay for service and great food, for example. And when it comes to the time that you spend at work, it’s important to invest in pieces that keep you comfortable and motivated. You’re going to sit all day, and you’re going to be generating important projects at work at your desk. You’re going to have to try to impress clients by the impression that you put on in public spaces such as conferences rooms and waiting areas.

Before you decide to make a purchase, however, you need to understand what your office furniture is made out of and how it’s constructed. For example, solid wood is quite different from wood veneer, and both of those are different than laminate. There are also different grades to other materials. What else do you need to know to understand your choices? This graphic explains it.

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