Part II: What makes a glass whiteboard different
Before you get that traditional whiteboard, you should take a minute to consider your options first. Whiteboards are helpful tools, but they are often made cheaply and stain easily. Even if it stays relatively clean, it is rare that a standard whiteboard actually adds to a space stylistically.
You should consider turning a typical office tool into a piece that will make guests say, “Wow!” With a modern, clean look and gracefully hidden mounting ware, these boards look sleeker than any traditional whiteboard you will ever see, and can last as long as the wall it is mounted on. There are quite a few things that make glass marker boards different than traditional boards:
If you have a need for a dry erase board but a difficult to fit space, then the glass whiteboard sizing and mobility options at Clarus offer a solution. Custom office furniture does not always come fitted with dry erase boards, and the open space to install one may not be a standard whiteboard size. Well, the good news is, you can customize your Clarus glass whiteboard to fit any space. This gives you the opportunity for many creative design options, such as installing the whiteboard in the space between wall shelving and a fixed desk.
You can event take your glass whiteboard with you wherever you go with Mobile Xpress. Jot down some brainstorming notes before that big meeting, and when that golden idea strikes you, take it along to the meeting to continue the brainstorming. There are many options with the Mobile Xpress, such as a reception room greeting or a daily specials message board in a restaurant.
The flexibility doesn’t end there. If you want to get even more creative, you can install floor to ceiling glass whiteboards as a room divider and meeting room brainstorming space. In the middle of your meeting, you can just use your space’s wall as a dry erase board. The possibilities are endless—you can even make table tops as glass whiteboards for a table that is always ready for note taking.
As mentioned, Clarus glass whiteboards offer many options for size customization. But there are other ways to make a glass whiteboard unique. There are a variety of finishes and color options available, including bolds, neon black, and even the classic white—a more dazzling finish than traditional white dry erase boards. Back painted glass provides many options, such as bright colored dry erase markers on dark backgrounds. This makes a bold design statement; perfect for a trendy office or lively nightlife venue.
About Clarus Glassboards: Clarus is the leading manufacturer and innovator of glass whiteboards and glass visual display products. For more information about clear dry erase boards and our other glass architectural systems, please call 888-813-7414 or visit www.clarusglassboards.com.
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