Contract Furniture: Different Categories
The simplest definition of Contract Furniture is furniture used for commercial purposes. It is used by landlords and letting agents, university halls for student accommodation, hotels, guesthouses, restaurants, bars, offices and leisure facilities. The term contract refers to a written agreement between the buyer and seller when the goods are bought.
The furniture can range from bed frames, mattresses, sofas, chairs, lighting, desks, bedroom furniture, dining facilities and linens. The list is almost endless!
In what way is it different from daily furniture?
There are certain regulations that deal with this kind of furniture that ensure that any upholstered furniture that has been sold is checked and is upto the safety standards. These regulations apply to everyone in the business chain from manufacturers and suppliers through to landlords, upholsters, letting agents and second hand Resturant Furniture suppliers. Secondly, as it is intended for heavier use it has to be durable. It must come with a guarantee of 5 years at least to ensure durability.
Chairs: Most of the stores have endless options in metal, wood and upholstery colors to match with any design scheme or collection. Most of these endure wear and tear for years.
Computer Furniture: With ever changing technological needs comes the need for better furniture. Accommodating design, comfort and usability are a few benefits of this kind of furniture. Desk heights are adjustable and work surfaces are spacious.
Desks: Multiple configurations and large work spaces make these even more appealing in function.
Display: These can be arranged to flaunt the supplies and meet customer expectations. Customizations rejuvenate boring storage and simplify the searching process for patrons.
Lounge: These provide ultimate style and comfort. This durable seating comes in many shapes and upholstery options that are easy to pair with other collections and room décor.
Tables: These come in different styles to suit different functions. There are modern, traditional and kid friendly options.
Residence Furniture: This provides a home away from home and is durable to withstand the ebb and flow of generations.
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