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Is Your Care Home In Need Of New Furniture?

Posted on - 27th May 2022

Over time, your care home furniture will start to deteriorate. From being used every day, time and use will certainly take its toll. And while residents will have their comfy old chair, where the padding has started to go, and there's a tiny tear in the seat, it's not always practical to keep hold of them. So are you in need of some new care home furniture?

Care Home Chairs

The most important thing to remember when it comes to care home chairs is that they must be fit for purpose. They need to not only be strong and sturdy, but they also need to be supportive to the residents that will be using them. They also need to be made of material that can be easily disinfected allowing for infection prevention to take place.
Of course, we have all seen care home chairs that look too clinical. The blue, purple and grey plastics that have become synonymous with the care industry. But your care home chairs don't have to follow suit. Why not spruce up your home with some patterned chairs? Or maybe even some bright and bold colours (these are great for those living with dementia). All of the fabrics used by Hill & Hill are suitable, and easy to clean.

Furniture Packages

Whether you have one room that requires new bedroom furniture, or you are looking to completely revamp all the rooms in the home, our bedroom furniture packages are a great way to get everything that matches. Our furniture package consists of the main 3 items, a double wardrobe, a chest of drawers and the bedside locker. With the range boasting additional pieces should you need them.

Dining Room Furniture

In the dining room, we find that residents rely on leading on furniture in order to aid themselves to their feet. This means that we need to ensure that all dining furniture is stable and well built. Here at Hill & Hill, we ensure that the suppliers we use are of high quality and every item is well built to ensure stability.
Our collection of dining chairs includes options with and without arms. For those who need assistance getting up, no arms allows for increased movement, while for those who self mobilise, the arms can act as an aid.

Soft Furnishings

Furniture in your care home doesn't stop with chairs, bedroom and the dining room. Have you considered the soft furnishings too?
Care home curtains are known for being a bit drab and bland. But they don't have to be. Ordering curtains from Hill & Hill allows you to choose from a wide selection of wonderful fabrics, across a range of colours and prints that can be made to measure. Meaning no compromising just to get the correct size.
Are you looking for cushions to match? Why not let us do those too? Whether you want them to match the fabric on your chair, or the curtains, we can help you get the same design all around.

For more information on care home furniture from Hill & Hill, please don't hesitate to contact the team today, and we can help make your vision a reality.

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