Welcome to Bisley

First Choice for Workplace Furniture

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Hot desking? Cool solution!

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Bisley storage quietly keeps businesses working

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Be by Bisley lockers

Dynamic storage

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Note Pedestals

Seen in style-conscious offices everywhere

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Changing with you

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Get attached to your Bite!

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Be by Bisley™

Sit, stand, you choose...

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Bisley Towers

Designed to adapt

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Bisley LateralFile™

Color where it's needed most

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Featured projects

Blue Mountain Capital Management

When leading international trading desk manufacturer Technology Desking required a specially-designed mobile pedestal to suit their New York City financial client Blue Mountain Capital Management, they knew their best solution would be a company... Find out more

New Look

Fashion retail giant New Look’s latest offices, located in London’s West End, project the same high-style brand values as its network of stores.The workplace brings together 350 staff, formerly located in both London and Weymouth,... Find out more

BBC Salford Quays

Storage has been brought to the fore at the BBC’s new premises at Salford Quays. Extensive specification of Bisley products in a wide array of eye-catching colors ensures that storage on-site is very visibly at the heart of the flexible... Find out more

Latest news

  • What’s in your locker? The teacher

    This summer we’ve been meeting up with some regular locker users getting to find out just what they keep in there and how their locker plays an essential part in their day to day lives.

  • Congratulations to our mighty MD

    Completed the epic challenge of cycling the length of the UK

  • What do the architecture and design community wish for?

    Earlier this year during Clerkenwell Design Week we unveiled a unique collaboration with Acrylicize called Workflow; a stunning piece of public art in the form of a Multidrawer fountain. As part of the event we invited visitors from the architectural and design community to make a wish for the future of their industry. Giant coins were provided, onto which participants could write their wish before metaphorically throwing them into the fountain.