Built-in furniture refers to fixed or mounted architectural elements that provide the same or similar function as regular moveable furniture. Wall benches, settles, and ambries that date back to the Middle Ages are some of the earliest examples of built-in furniture. Today, built-in shelving, and fireplace mantels are common at home with custom seating, display cases, and reception desks being found in commercial and retail spaces.
Reception desks are the often the first spaces in public or company buildings where a receptionist greets and assists visitors within the place of business. Directions to other access points of the building can obtained from the receptionist at the reception desk.
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