Shackletons have launched a new bedroom furniture range for the care home sector designed specifically to tackle cognitive and visual impairment.
Called the Limoges Furniture Collection the range, as its name may suggest, is focussed on elegance and sophistication combining contemporary styling with stunning visual and textural finishes.
A key characteristic of the range is the enhanced curved edge profile which gives a pleasing visual appeal and provides the added benefit of safety, keeping sharp edges away from those residents who could have mobility problems.
The finishes available include two contrast options in driftwood and mussel whereby the drawer and door finish is distinctively different to that of the carcase. Double robe, vanity unit, dressing table and bedside cabinets with matching headboards are all available to complete a safe home from home environment.
Jason Bloom, National Sales Manager at Shackletons says: “We like to innovate at Shackletons and developing this range of bedroom furniture is a natural progression for us as our care focused design and expands into a full turn-key package”
The Limoges range ensures it is fit for purpose in a demanding care environment. Curved edges increase safety, easy wipe surfaces ensure infection control is effective, and contrasting panels with simple finishes promote ease of use avoiding confusion for someone with dementia