High Durability Furniture

Posted by Janet Voigt on Wed, Oct 25, 2017 @ 02:54 PM

High Durability Furniture:

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Topics: Bariatric, durable furniture, Contract Furniture

An Interior Designer’s Guide to Healthcare Furniture

Posted by Janet Voigt on Mon, Sep 18, 2017 @ 01:00 PM
Interior Designer for Contract Furniture
Recently I was talking to an interior designer who took her first healthcare design job. This particular interior designer had a lot of residential experience but when I asked her about selecting contract-grade furniture, she was totally unaware that there was furniture designed for non-residential applications.
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Topics: Interior Design Advice of Group Living Facilities, Contract Furniture, Behavioral Healthcare Furniture

How Furniture Concepts' Website Features Help Our Customers

Posted by Karyl Walker on Thu, Sep 15, 2016 @ 08:00 AM

It’s not always easy to find the right contract furniture for your facility. Furniture Concepts simplifies this search through convenient website features that give you all of the information you need to make furniture decisions. Here’s how our website can help you find and order the right contract furniture for your facility.

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Topics: Contract Furniture, contract fabrics

6 Tips for the Greatest Heavy Use Furniture Ever

Posted by Janet Voigt on Thu, Feb 20, 2014 @ 03:43 PM
Managers and executives in group living environments - from university housing to group homes - agree that the one of biggest challenges they have is buying furniture that is tougher than their clients. So when you have a tough crowd how do you choose furniture that is tougher?
 
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Topics: Contract Furniture, Group Furniture Buying Advice, Behavioral Healthcare Furniture, heavy use furniture

Contract furniture Buying Check-List

Posted by Janet Voigt on Wed, Nov 06, 2013 @ 11:36 AM

Reasons to Buy Contract Vs. Retail Furniture.

When I asked customers about selecting contract-grade furniture, they are often unaware that there was furniture designed for non-residential applications. While the elements of good residential interior design might translate well into a commercial healthcare or group living environment, the furniture and fixtures do not.
 
Furniture and fixtures for health care and healing environments must not only be comfortable, and attractive, but also prevent falls, encourage mobility, discreetly deal with incontinence and fluids, maintain sterile surfaces and support the latest patient-centered technologies.
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Topics: Health Care Furniture, durable furniture, Contract Furniture

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