3 Design Considerations For Your Dining Area

Posted by Karyl Walker on Mon, Dec 09, 2019 @ 10:43 AM

Dining areas are always full of activity in group living environments. They’re the main hubs of social interaction while also providing a functional space for meals and special occasions. It’s wonderful to see so much energy contained in a single room.

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Topics: Dining Tables, Health Care Furniture, durable furniture, Behavioral Healthcare Furniture, group living furniture, heavy use furniture

How To Assess Quality in Wood Furniture Surfaces

Posted by Karyl Walker on Tue, Aug 20, 2019 @ 12:28 PM

When you look at wood furniture, you might quickly gauge it to be good quality because … well … it’s wood. Doesn’t wood always mean quality?

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Topics: Pine Furniture, Bunkbeds, Tough Stuff, Group Furniture Buying Advice, Crate Style Furniture, Barn Door Furniture, Behavioral Healthcare Furniture, group living furniture, heavy use furniture, Wood Furniture, Summer Camp Furniture, Wood Crate Furniture, Furniture with the look of home, Furniture for shelters, ligature-Resistant Furniture

Details Make a Difference In Furniture Quality and Customer Satisfaction

Posted by Janet Voigt on Fri, Aug 16, 2019 @ 12:00 PM

Quality matters. It’s true for automobiles, electronics and even health services.
That’s why we’re not surprised that the “Best Hospitals” list produced by U.S. News & World Report still receives positive feedback, even now in its 30th year. We’re especially pleased to hear that for the first time standardized patient satisfaction scores were added to the Best Hospitals quality measures.

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Topics: durable furniture, Behavioral Healthcare Furniture, group living furniture, heavy use furniture, camp buying advise, Furniture Tips, retail vs contract Furniture

Selection is a Must Have for Furniture Buyers

Posted by Karyl Walker on Fri, Jun 28, 2019 @ 02:34 PM

Every trend has a counterbalance. For example, online shopping, with its voluminous capacity for search results, has given rise to consumer demand for unique items. Instead of the same-old, off-the-shelf product choices, everyone from the college athlete to the urban mom is looking for something special.

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Topics: Contract Furniture & Fabric: Making it Last, group living furniture, retail vs contract Furniture

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

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