Community Tables Now Lead the Dining Design Trend

Posted by Karyl Walker on Thu, May 23, 2019 @ 10:03 AM

When looking at interior design trends for residential campuses, directors tend to focus on the first impression made by the entryways, followed by the details of the sleeping spaces. It’s unfortunate that the dining room is often a secondary consideration.

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Topics: Dining Tables, Group Furniture Buying Advice, Tables

Human Hustle Needs Contract Furniture Muscle

Posted by Karyl Walker on Tue, Apr 09, 2019 @ 10:59 AM

Each year, millions of people live, learn and play in group settings such as campsites, residential centers, assisted living or community housing.

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Topics: Group Furniture Buying Advice, Behavioral Healthcare Furniture, Contract Furniture & Fabric: Making it Last, heavy use furniture, Summer Camp Furniture, heavy duty furniture, Furniture for Treament Centers, Sober Living

The Secret of a Better Table

Posted by Janet Voigt on Tue, Mar 12, 2019 @ 01:38 PM

Tables serve an essential function in our lives. In our homes and our workplaces - tables are the place we share meals, organize paperwork, talk, listen, play games and maybe just put our feet up at the end of a long day.

When furnishing a heavy use group home or group living environment, selecting a table that will be multi-functional and hold up to the demands of a heavy use environment is not an easy task.
Nice looking tables are available around every corner from retail furniture stores to big box retailers.  You can easily grab a nice-looking dining table while picking up your weekly groceries and toilet paper, but what is that you get when you buy what’s convenient?  It is hard to tell so let’s start by looking at makes a “good table.”

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Topics: Dining Tables, Group Furniture Buying Advice, group living furniture, Tables

Why Contract Furniture?

Posted by Karyl Walker on Mon, Jul 02, 2018 @ 08:51 PM

Maybe you’re new in this field or maybe you’ve been working in it for years but this is the first time you’ve been tasked with ordering new furniture for your facility. No big deal, everyone has bought furniture before—you go online or you go to the store, you pick out what you want, maybe from a show floor or maybe from a catalog, and within a matter of days, a week or two at most, bam, you’ve got a new room. Hold up there! What works for the average buyer of residential furniture won’t work for a facility with special needs.

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Topics: Health Care Furniture, Contract Furniture, Group Furniture Buying Advice, Furniture For Incontinence

5 Ways to Spruce up Your Aging Lobby

Posted by Janet Voigt on Thu, Aug 17, 2017 @ 07:30 AM

Ever have one of those days when you walk through your facility on your way to your work day and something different catches your eye?  It’s the day that it hits you that your lobby area is dated. 

What was once fresh and new is now drab and old. The saying “you never get a chance to make a first impression” might resonate through your head as you think about how many people are coming to your facility and getting the wrong first impression.  The furniture they see your lobby is attention-getting for all the wrong reasons.

So what can you do to update your aging lobby? Here are 5 ways to spruce up your aging lobby:

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Topics: Lobby Furniture Furniture for Contract, Commercial Lounge Furniture, Group Furniture Buying Advice

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