Steelcase, Interior Concepts, Haworth and Maxon Furniture are some suppliers of office cubicle furniture. Retail stores such as Staples also distribute office products from various sources.
Steelcase offers some of the smallest cubicle furniture available anywhere with its tiny Brody WorkLounge. Ergonomically designed for optimal productivity, the Brody is a self-contained cubicle with a lounge chair, an armrest work surface, a laptop stand, a computer bag or purse nook, and power and data connections. The Brody's lounger includes lumbar support, and the laptop stand is at eye level to avoid neck strain. An ottoman ensures proper leg alignment.
Interior Concepts' Influencer line of sit-to-stand desks and tables helps improve employee productivity. The items come with either crank or pneumatic lift mechanisms and adjust to heights between 27 1/2 and 45 inches to adapt individual employee's needs. Either type is suitable to a cubicle environment.
Haworth, Inc. supplies panel-based work areas with associated furniture. The company's Compose line includes component-based furniture that is interchangeable and reconfigurable, so the cubicle adapts as priorities change. The line won several interior design awards.
Maxon Furniture's Emerge line has a durable steel framework and is available in a number of styles and finishes, including framed, tiled, fabric, laminate and glass.