Choosing furniture for your university can sometimes be an intimidating job. There are so many considerations to think about when investing in new furniture, and you want to be sure you select pieces that will suit the requirements of your university and its users, as well as items that will survive the test of time, not just in terms of wear and tear, but also in terms of style. Read on for some helpful advice on how to pick the right university furniture to suit all your needs.
- 2 x Protective Screens £20.00 EACH EX. VAT
- 3 x Low Back Dining Chair in Soft Oak £75.00 EACH EX. VAT
- 4 x Cambridge Dining Chair in Weathered Oak £100.00 EACH EX. VAT
- 4 x Modena Dining Chair in Soft Oak £120.00 EACH EX. VAT
- 4 x Traditional High Back Dining Chair in Soft Oak £100.00 EACH EX. VAT
- A Classic Rectangle Table from £89.99 EX. VAT
- A Classic Square Table from £75.00 EX. VAT
- Avon Bar Chair from £119.99 EX. VAT
- Avon Bar Chair Multiple Button from £139.99 EX. VAT
- Avon Dining Chair from £106.99 EX. VAT
- Avon Mid Height Poseur Chair from £119.99 EX. VAT
- Avon Mid Height Poseur Chair Multiple Button from £139.99 EX. VAT
- Banbury Dining Chair from £106.99 EX. VAT
- Barley Twist Rectangle Table from £157.99 EX. VAT
- Barley Twist Square Table from £136.99 EX. VAT
- Bentwood Fan Back Dining Chair from £53.99 EX. VAT
- Bentwood Slatted Back Dining Chair from £53.99 EX. VAT
- Boston Rectangle Table from £105.74 EX. VAT
- Boston Round Coffee Table from £78.74 EX. VAT
- Boston Round Table from £78.74 EX. VAT
- Boston Square Coffee Table from £78.74 EX. VAT
- Boston Square Table from £85.74 EX. VAT
- Button Top High Bar Stool from £51.74 EX. VAT
- Button Top High Bar Stool Fully Padded from £61.74 EX. VAT
- Button Top High Bar Stool Padded with Studs from £61.74 EX. VAT
- Button Top Low Bar Stool from £41.39 EX. VAT
- Button Top Low Stool Fully Padded from £51.39 EX. VAT
- Button Top Low Stool Padded with Studs from £51.39 EX. VAT
- Button Top Mid Height Bar Stool from £51.74 EX. VAT
- Cambridge Metal Cross Back Dining Chair from £51.74 EX. VAT
Your Vision And Goals
First, evaluate your space's overarching vision and objectives. Consider the following questions:
- What kind of user experience do you want?
- What do you want the space's final look and feel to be?
- What are all of the activities that you envision taking place in that space?
Think about these larger considerations before purchasing furniture to create a more unified interior environment. After establishing an overarching vision, you can begin choosing furniture based on function, aesthetics, durability, and more. The chunky dining table and Xavier metal chair are perfect examples of this kind of university furniture. Cubes could also be ideal.
What do you want your university furniture to look like? What is the visual style you're going for? You might choose a more conventional look for your new furnishings. There are numerous traditional-style furniture choices available nowadays. You can carry out this look by using symmetrical furniture and subdued, mid-tone color palettes.
Perhaps you have a lot of existing wood shelves and furniture in the room, but that doesn't mean you have to stick with this look and style. Consider a transitional design style that blends classic and contemporary elements.
On the other hand, a modern room might feature asymmetrical layouts, greater curvature, neutral components, and bright colors. When adding new furniture to a room like this, look for small touches that connect the pieces together, such as comparable designs or finishes. This will help to maintain the overall look.
How does your university furniture have to work? Is it necessary for it to be adaptable in order to accommodate a wide range of activities? Is it necessary to create gaps inside places? Every day, the usefulness of university furnishing evolves, so it's crucial to know just what you're looking for and what you need.
Many universities need flexible rooms that allow people to rearrange furniture as required. Using mobile furniture, such as caster shelving or tables, is an excellent way to ensure this can happen if you want to do this.
In addition, there is a rising need for electricity points in all environments. There are many power-integrated lounge and table items on the market. Alternatively, there are flexible, stand-alone power options available. Free-standing laptop tables are another excellent addition to universities, no matter whether they need to be installed in a library, cafeteria, or in lecture rooms. When components stand alone, there is more room for fluid, flexible environments, which is often just what a university needs these days.