As senior communities prepare to reopen, refreshing outdated furniture with stylish and functional Senior Living furnishings can help you attract prospective residents and their families. In addition to improving marketability, new senior furniture can help elevate the everyday experience for your current residents.
To save you time with your furnishings search, we curated new furniture designed for Senior Living environments that is sure to make an impression in 2021. These products are ideal for Senior Living because they feature commercial-grade construction, senior-friendly dimensions and supremely comfortable styles.
Top Furnishings for Senior Living Facilities in 2021
Maxwell Thomas® Cape Vincent Recliner
Not only does this recliner feature suave curves and plush cushions, it also features an innovative, wall-saver mechanism that saves space. The seat slides forward on a track while the outside back remains in place, meaning you can put it against a wall. Use this recliner wherever space is tight.
Fairfield Taylor Wing Chair
This stately piece exudes style and substance – and it’s a perfect complement to your Senior Living space. Its traditional wingback design and nailhead trim infuse any room with sophisticated flair, while the soft kidney pillow adds comfort. Plus, the moisture-barrier seat decking helps ensure cleaning is a breeze for your staff.
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Kellex Portia Chair
The sleek, modern lines of the Portia Chair set the stage for alluring spaces. Use it anywhere you need to add extra seating. This chair is perfect for Senior Living environments – commercial-grade construction helps ensure it will last for the long haul, while the scale and proportions were made with seniors in mind.
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Santa Barbara Collection
Create an attractive outdoor oasis with comfortable outdoor furnishings. The Santa Barbara Armchair and Santa Barbara Barstool feature crisp lines and a modern look that’ll up the ante in any outdoor space. Sturdy wrought aluminum construction is low-maintenance for your staff and will last for years to come.
Maxwell Thomas® Sunburst Maple Veneer Tabletop
Elevate the dining experience in your community with attractive new tabletops. Best suited for private dining rooms and other low-traffic spaces, the sunburst pattern on this tabletop adds eye-catching interest while the veneer material offers the appearance of real wood. Provide residents added comfort with a half bullnose edge, which is rounded on the upper surface of the tabletop.
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Booth & Williams Decorative Books
Perfect for libraries, common spaces, or wherever you need some extra décor, Booth & Williams Decorative Books are an easy way to complete your space. All books are published between 1940 – 1969, and each set includes a variety of literary works, period novels and topical texts. The array of colors ensures you’ll find a hue that fits your design.
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Maxwell Thomas® Pemberton Lounge Chair
Timeless design never goes out of style – and the Pemberton Lounge Chair delivers classic style in spades. Its rounded arms and nailhead detail will be a welcome addition to any design, while the thoughtfully designed proportions are just right for Skilled Nursing, Independent and Assisted Living seating.
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From Assisted Living furniture to Long Term Care furniture, quality senior furnishings enhance the look and feel of your community. For complimentary assistance selecting the right products for your building, contact our professional design consultants today.