4 QUALITIES OF A GOOD BREAK ROOM
Quality Coffee (or tea)
For many teams, coffee is the lifeblood that gets them going in the morning, and keeps them productive throughout the day. If you want to create the ultimate coffee station in your staff lunchroom, try adding a coffee machine, mugs, a kettle, tea bags – things that make it easy to get that fix in the morning.
A convenient and healthy snack bar
Creating a snack bar with healthy food items can help give employees the pick-me-up they need on their breaks. Not only is offering free snacks to employees a great workplace perk, but it also can help them stay productive. Try adding snacks like fruits, granola, plantain chips, groundnuts and crackers.
A nice space to work out
Regular exercise has a lot of benefits like lowering stress levels, improving mood, and boosting confidence. But did you know it can also increase productivity
Add some gym equipment to the common space in your office, and you can encourage employees to stay fit on their breaks.
On breaks, some employees like to sit down, while others like to rest their heads. Try to have enough seating for everyone in your office to use the staff break room at the same time.
5 Reasons to love Kalima Kitchens
Its Wavy Surface
Due to it’s wavy mdf surface, the kalima finish gives movement and texture to an otherwise static space.
It’s available in different colours
You do not have to stick to old or boring colours – you can choose something exciting from our colour palette to bring out the beauty of the finish.
Simple to maintain
This mdf surface is one of the easiest to maintain. Gently remove dust particles with a soft, dry, cotton cloth. For more cleaning power, clean the surface using a soft, clean, white, cotton cloth dampened in lukewarm water and leave to dry
You can create a fully Kalima Kitchen
You can create covers for your kitchen cabinets, storage units and appliances like your microwave, dish washer or fridge to create that feeling of constant movement across your entire kitchen.
Great Aesthetics never hurt
Kalima can be paired with different materials like wooden slats or marble if you’re looking for a bit of a contrast. No matter what it’s paired with, it’s sure to deliver a beautiful aesthetic that makes it difficult to leave that space. Also having a photo worthy room never hurt anyone.