Cubicle Options

When designing your cubicle there are some important decisions to make regarding accessories and functionality.

Here we discuss what these options are, their purpose, and what Fastcubes supplies.

What you need to know

After understanding the function that is to be performed in each cubicle, deciding on what size, height, and accessories you want for your employees is next. From there, choosing panel fabrics, work surfaces, and trims contributes to the overall look and feel. How much storage or shelving will each unit need? How will the electric be distributed and what regulations apply in your location? There are many things to consider, but Fastcubes has the knowledge and experience to guide you through your project fast and efficiently.

Fabric Options

We have a style for all work environments and aesthetic tastes. If you would like to customize your cubicle with multiple fabric combinations or unique colors not shown here, contact us today.


Work Surface Options

The “desk” portion of the cubicle provides a sturdy working area for the employee. Allow our professionals to help you choose based off your office’s existing flooring, walls, and ceiling look.

Trim Color

We offer three trim colors to best facilitate the creation of an ideal office workspace. Our three tones are Medium, Black Umber, and Light Gray.

Request Fabric, Work Surface & Trim Samples

Want to see and feel examples of our materials? We’ll send them to your door!


Cubicle Electric Options

No Feed

With “No Feed,” outlets and wiring will not be provided but kick plates and metal bases will be used to cover the cubicle base.

Base Feed

Electric hookup to a wall or floor outset. Wires are run behind kick plates and metal bases providing electrical outlets. Our base feeds run 72” long.


Power Pole/Ceiling Feed

Pole that carries electricity from the cubes to the ceiling. Our power poles and ceiling feeds are 12’ long.


Storage & Drawer Options

File / File (FF)

This option provides more storage space for documents and folders. A lock on the top files keeps confidential documents secure.


Box / Box / File (BBF)

One of the most common drawer/storage pedestals used in office cubicles today. These pedestals come with a lock above the top drawer.


Two-Drawer Lateral File

A larger lockable version of the file/file pedestal, this is mainly used for mass document storage and other larger office supplies.


Shelf Options

Half-Height Shelf

6” tall shelf used on cubicle walls of 53” or higher and are located mid-level of the panel. ***Please note this will only allow 17.5″ of monitor clearance.


Full-Height Shelf

12” tall shelf. Often found in cubicles with taller side panels. Ideal for storage of folders, binders or papers.


Binder Bin w/Lock

12” tall shelf with an overhead locking door. The door is on a horizontal hinge and opens upward. Ideal for large item storage.


Task Light

Fluorescent lamps which can be attached under binder bins, full-height and half-height shelves. Provides extra light for dimly lit areas.


Added Cubicle Options


14” tall board you can “tack things onto”—papers, calendars, pictures, etc. (NOTE: Tackboards will match your fabric selection when purchasing online)


Keyboard Tray

Pulls out from directly beneath the work surface. Commonly used in cubicles with limited surface space but can be used in all cubicle sizes.


Pencil Drawer/Center Drawer

Small sliding drawer located at the center of a worksurface, generally used for storage of small items such as pencils and other office supplies.


Added Cubicle Options

Glass Stackers

Small glass panels that sit on top of a fabric covered panel. Provides additional lighting, visibility, and style in cubicles.


Fabric Stackers

Fabric panels that sit on top of other fabric-covered panels, designed to increase the height of the cubicle walls for privacy.


Kick Plates

The cover on the bottom of the panel designed to give the panel strength and protection against daily use.



Support mechanisms to keep the work surfaces attached and in place. These structures are located just under the work surface and are attached to the panels.



Metal connecting pieces located between fabric panels. For aesthetic use as well as for making cubicles sturdier.


Finished Ends

Metal end covering for aesthetic purposes and makes the cubicles sturdier. Located at the ends of fabric panels, toward the outside of the cube.

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