A stylish diversity of cabinet furniture for bedrooms and living spaces heads an exciting array of newcomers in the extended Knightsbridge Furniture Collection.
The new cabinets augment an already comprehensive portfolio of seating, tables, upholstered furniture and sofa-beds which Knightsbridge has created for all types of healthcare and residential facilities – from hospices and care homes to welfare and educational environments.
The new cabinet furniture comprises wardrobes, drawer chests, bookcases and desks alongside cupboards, dressers, sideboards and TV cabinets: in styles ranging from contemporary to classic, all are designed to look as at home in bedrooms and guest suites as they do in lounge areas and activity rooms.
Based on a sturdy 18mm MFC carcase, all six styles are offered with three different handle designs and in a wide selection of wood finishes. Further optional features are soft-closing drawers/hinges, locking castors and additional lockable compartments.
Other newcomers to the Knightsbridge Furniture Collection include three distinctive dining chairs – the shapely Sadie and Bella plus the more formal Canto – together with the range of versatile Sorrento 2 desk-chairs. These are available with either an elegant timber or contemporary wire frame, or on a castored cruciform base, and sit perfectly amongst the current Sorrento upholstered chairs and sofas.
Complementing the new seating are Dixie tables: distinguished by a traditional profile, the line-up includes four coffee tables, two occasional tables and a console table.
Knightsbridge Furniture holds Preferred Supplier status with the NHS, the SHS, HSE Ireland and key providers of private and charitable healthcare. Furniture is crafted at the company’s plant in Yorkshire using timber from renewable sources: Knightsbridge Furniture also displays its commitment to sustainability through PEFC and FISP certification, ISO 14001:2004 accreditation for its environmental management system and BS EN ISO 9001:2008 quality management accreditation.