Listen to Coronavirus Patient Zero
Custom & Free Standing Furniture
Free standing furniture differs from built-in furniture in that the it is basically moveable. These can include beds, lamps, coat racks, speakers, stoves and bookshelves among other things. The mobility of free standing furniture makes them especially useful for around the house or in the office and gives you more flexibility in designing in your home, especially if you have eclectic tastes or of a whimsical nature and change your preferences frequently. They are popular with students in dorms or simply for bringing a more informal and personal feel to a place one will be staying even if it is for a temporary time. They are also handy if you plan to move around a lot and plan to take your furniture with you and use it again but it could lower the value of your property. On the other hand, built-in furniture such as cabinets and kitchens can also make selling a home difficult because buyers may feel “stuck” with the layout and arrangement of furniture.
For example, most older homes come with fitted furniture particularly in the kitchen which can add value to a home but if you move again, you will not be able to take the furniture with you. Free standing furniture, because it is easily mixed and matched on the other hand will be able to give you the individualism you want and is portable if you have to move and will also give potential buyers more options to design the space. Fitted furniture in the kitchen also tends to give a cramped feel whereas free standing units will allow you to maximize space by keeping wall spaces clear and opening up the room. Before, most sink units, cupboards, dressers and tables were fitted in a kitchen but today, companies can offer these and even central islands as moveable single units. Free standing furniture is also being used in offices as an affordable alternative to creating a contemporary look.
These include desks, tables, wall units and partitions among other things. Also known as case goods in the office setting, free standing furniture can be reconfigured with ease, eliminating the need for costly and complex installations and making it a popular choice among managers and executives. This quality especially makes them a good choice for companies whose office space requirements may change often. Hybrids of renewable woods such as eucalyptus and new veneers are also available to give offices a more human feel without negatively impacting the environment. Further since a significant amount of time is spent in the office, free standing furniture can be used to give a less mechanical and industrious atmosphere and provide a more pleasant work environment to make employees feel more comfortable and increase their productivity. With free standing furniture, you will also have more input in the layout of a home or office. For example, free standing units can be chosen to provide focal points and height differences which can make a room more interesting. Freestanding pieces of furniture liberate you from constraints of fitted furniture while at the same time being both functional and stylish. Because of its mobility, free standing furniture can also be considered as investments because they can be passed down as heirlooms. Most people spend their time either at home or in the work place.
Separate or stand alone pieces can add charm to any room in the house or to your office space. Chosen well, free standing furniture has a long life span and can grow as you do. For example, free standing modular furniture for your home entertainment needs can be expanded to accommodate new purchases such as television, stereos and CDs. In general, free standing furniture has an endless array of design possibilities for your imagination to play with.