6 considerations when selecting furniture options for your home:

SAFETY To protect residents and staff, furniture must be sturdy and well built to prevent toppling.

LIFESPAN Continous use takes its toll on expected durability and lifespan of the products - failing furniture can be costly to repair or replace.

PRICE Domestic furniture may be cheaper at quotation stages but with reduced expected lifespan, maintenance repairs and potential personal injury claims, this can add up.

QUALITY What warranties are offered and what accreditations does the manufacturer have.

REPUTATION Consider the reputation of the manufacturer and their products. Their reputation will affect your reputation.

DESIGN Whilst functionality is priority within a contract environment, overall design and finish is key to providing a stylish and aesthetically pleasing look.