It’s no secret that the furnishings you choose for your Senior Living community will make an impact on residents and guests. That’s why it’s important to put your best foot forward with Senior Living design trends that make a great impression. We’ve rounded up eight trendy Senior Living products for 2019 that are sure to strike a chord. Infuse your community with these products to create an inviting space any resident would be proud to call home.

Maxwell Thomas® Geneva Activity Chair

Senior Living communities can be demanding environments, requiring durable furniture that will last. The Maxwell Thomas® Geneva Activity Chair boasts an ultra-durable aluminum frame that stands up to bumps and bangs, while the faux-wood finish gives it a residential look. The on-trend design gives a nod to midcentury mod with sleek arms that help promote easy egress for seniors. Pair it with the rest of the Geneva Collection for seamless style throughout the community.

Kellex Bebe Occasional Chair

It’s all about the details when it comes to great design, and the Bebe Occasional Chair is a prime example. Eye-catching exposed wood details with sleek cutouts add style to any space, while ferrules add a pop of interest. This chair not only looks great, it also boasts the ideal proportions for seniors. And depending on your fabric selection, the Bebe Chair can flex to almost any design.

Holsag New Castle Chair

Timeless design never goes out of style. The New Castle Chair boasts a classic look with clean lines that look great with almost any aesthetic. Densely padded seat cushions provide additional support while a comfortable curved seat back makes sitting more comfortable. Not only does the European beechwood construction offer rich texture, it’ll also last for years to come.

Flexsteel Fairplex Workstation

Boost workplace efficiency for your staff with practical office solutions, like a durable workstation. Boasting crisp edges and a simple style, the Flexsteel Fairplex Workstation offers a minimalist design that will fit almost any office space while making a great impression on visitors. The durable laminate construction features attractive reeded top edges for a functional and stylish piece. The U-shaped workstation offers ample storage and workspace to support staff members’ essential work.

Summer Classics Roma Loveseat

Create an alluring outdoor oasis with inviting outdoor seating, like the Roma Collection. The Roma Loveseat offers streamlined design accented by gold details to add elegance to outdoor spaces. The durable wrought aluminum frame is made to last in outdoor settings, while luxuriously soft cushions provide the ultimate comfort. Plus, its minimalistic look pairs well with existing outdoor furnishings. 

Holsag Toleda Chair

Make a statement with distinctive design, like the Toleda Chair. Inspired by midcentury modern design, the Holsag Toleda Armchair offers a refined, minimalist aesthetic. Its European beechwood frame means it’s durable enough for demanding Senior Living environments. This chair is ideal for lobbies, dining settings or any place that needs an extra dose of style.

Flexsteel Pave Sofa

Combining superior comfort with a stunning silhouette is a winning combination, and the Flexsteel Pave Sofa is the ideal blend of both. Its dramatic sweeping lines are sure to stand out in any common space, inviting residents to rest and catch up with friends. Durable construction and high-resiliency foam cushions ensure this sofa is ready to last for the long haul.

Maxwell Thomas® Denio Barstool

It’s easy to coordinate dining spaces throughout a community when you select from a family of chairs, like the Denio Collection. Featuring a counter-height stool, dining chair and barstool, this collection boasts an easily graspable back and a lightweight frame that’s easy to move. Use the Denio Barstool in crowd-pleasing pub spaces to appeal to residents and their guests. Full-length arms offer sleek style and easier egress.

Ready to make an amazing impression in your community? Contact us today. Are you an interior designer? Check out more senior-centric design tips.