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Question: Would you change the interior color (non permanent) of your cubicle? - assuming a 6' x 6' cube
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« on: April 18, 2011, 06:04:06 pm »

Greetings all,

Its bad enough that a lot of us get crammed into cubes to spend most of our waking hours in. However, its even worse when they are a color that reminds us of a bodily excretion (if your lucky you get a drab grey) and or has "questionable" stains...I had the opportunity to work in such an environment a few months ago - to say the least, it jarred my imagination into thinking of ways to make my pit a somewhat more comfortable.

One of the easiest ideas was changing the interior color of the cubicle. Before I venture further into this idea - I was curious if I could get your input on this idea - namely how much would you spend for an easy to install and remove kit. This kit would be similar to the idea of a slip cover for a couch - fitted, good quality cotton fabric, easy to don/remove, washable...

It would also be very helpful, if you could reply with color/pattern preferences.

Thanks in advance!,


p.s. - prices are based on a 6' x 6' cube
- if you are one of those lucky folks to get something larger...say 9' x 9', adjust your price lower by 33%, a 12x12 cube by 50%, etc.
- if unfortunately your stuck in a "call center cube" - 3' x 3, - adjust your price higher by 50%, etc.
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« Reply #1 on: April 18, 2011, 07:07:19 pm »

Cube?  Doesn't exist.

Most companies I have worked in have an open plan environment.  Anyway I couldn't change anything - that would be up to Facilities/Management.

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