Contract Furniture is designs created specifically by the manufacturer who meets the customer’s requirements. The custom orders allow clients to select from furniture choices, including color, style, and materials. They choose from the available products and then determine which options are the best for their specific design concept or living space. The service extends to patio and traditional furnishings for indoor areas. Customer representatives provide the client with a sample of the materials utilized to create the furnishings. The client makes his or her selection based on durability, function, and style. Most materials used to construct furniture come in specific grades depending on where it is situated on the property. For example, some patio furniture material is selected by grades A through C depending on whether the client wants to use the furniture outdoors or indoors.

Customer furnishing designs are not limited to traditional furniture such as couches and chairs. Some manufacturers additionally create backyard playgrounds, pavilions, and benches for clients. These options are available based on the wood or hardware utilized to create the structure and whether the preferred manufacturer carries those products. The customer is presented with a catalog of options based on the provided specifications. Once the structure is complete the client reviews the work and determines if it is satisfactory. The manufacturer then schedules a time for setup and delivery of the requested Contract Furniture and brings it to the client’s property. Most structures of this size as well as the custom-designed furniture possesses a warranty or service contract should issues arise in the design.

Commercial options are often ordered in bulk depending on the business needs. The services are extended to businesses such as restaurants and other companies requiring custom furnishings. The products range from bench seating, tables, chairs, and outdoor playgrounds. This option is great for specialty businesses that wish to showcase a specific theme within their business. For instance, 60s themed restaurants could order seating concepts that resemble those found in that era and select colors that are idyllic for such an option. The same is true for salons, parks, and so much more.