Central PA’s Commercial Interior Experts

Creating Exceptional Workspaces

The T2B team is Central PA’s most knowledgeable and experienced in the design of commercial space as well as the specification, procurement, and installation of commercial flooring, furniture, window treatments, specialty items, and accessories.

DESIGN

T2B designers listen carefully to understand your organization’s workplace objectives, brand personality, and unique culture.

FURNITURE

We work with a range of manufacturers to find the best furniture, making every space functional and welcoming without breaking your budget.

FLOORING

We believe that durability and function are essential to quality flooring design. We’ll work with you to find the perfect materials for the needs of your workspace.

WINDOW TREATMENTS

Whether you need to block direct sunshine, maximize natural light, or simply manage the temperature of a space, we can help.

Blogs

What You Can Do to Support Your Local Economy

What You Can Do to Support Your Local Economy

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted people’s lives and livelihoods in so many ways. Even though things are slowly starting to get back to normal, it’s apparent how the past couple of years have drastically affected the economy. Many workers have lost their jobs, and...

How Office Design Is Evolving

How Office Design Is Evolving

A century ago, working in an office meant being crammed, shoulder to shoulder, with your coworkers in a large room with countless rows of desk and chairs. Over time, office spaces and seating arrangements have shifted from cramped, sterile cubicles to open layouts...

It’s Time to Update Your Office Flooring (And Here’s Why)

It’s Time to Update Your Office Flooring (And Here’s Why)

Your office floors may seem like a minor design element, but they can provide a significant impact on the overall aesthetics of the space. Contemporary flooring design, for instance, feels fresher and more energetic. On the other hand, traditional choices create a...

Choosing Flooring For Your Restaurant? What You Need to Know First

Choosing Flooring For Your Restaurant? What You Need to Know First

The flooring choices you make serve as the foundation for the entire design of your restaurant. Your floors have to be functional and aesthetically pleasing — and more importantly — they need to be compliant with the safety rules and standards for regulated spaces...

How to Improve Office Aesthetics

How to Improve Office Aesthetics

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, before the COVID-19 pandemic, the average American spent over 40 hours in the office each week. As we return to the workplace, and because of the often long hours that people clock at work, more employers are paying...

What Should You Look for in Your Office Furniture Dealer?

What Should You Look for in Your Office Furniture Dealer?

Ready to furnish your office? Your office furniture reflects the kind of business you run and the image you want your company to convey to your clients and customers. The right furniture creates an inviting space, fosters productivity, promotes collaboration, and...

Why Buy Local? How Buying Locally Helps the Economy

Why Buy Local? How Buying Locally Helps the Economy

“Buy local” is a feel-good slogan that you have no doubt heard circulating regularly on the topic of bolstering the economy, but the reality of buying local is so much more than just a trendy advertising campaign.  When we buy from locally-owned businesses, we support...

The Future of Office Design: Office Design Trends for 2022

The Future of Office Design: Office Design Trends for 2022

The way we view the workplace has been redefined immeasurably in the past two years. Once viewed as just an office (where interior design wasn’t necessarily a priority), we have now assessed and re-assessed the essentials of what makes a workplace a more functional...

Cubicle vs Open Office: Which is Better for Your Business?

Cubicle vs Open Office: Which is Better for Your Business?

Over the last decade, we have seen cubicle walls slowly start to disappear and open office spaces begin to flourish in their place. In the 80s we saw offices that consisted of tall, bunker-like cubicles with drab colors, separating employees from one another, which is...