Contract Furniture Group is stepping up its product offering in 2019 as it seeks to give clients even more options when furnishing their luxury venues. As visual aesthetic looks set to take centre stage of the design process next year, the UK’s largest manufacturer and supplier of furniture for commercial spaces is set to keep expanding its already comprehensive range of furniture by adding a multitude of new shapes and sizes.

Having launched 40 new products in December alone, Contract Furniture Group is setting its sights on bringing 250 new products to the market over the course of 2019. With venues favouring both industrial and retro interiors in 2018, the manufacturer is set to continue expanding these lines in the new year, alongside the introduction of high-end looks designed to pack an aesthetic punch in any space.

Of course, no two venues have the exact same interior requirements. Whilst design trends will continue to affect any refurbishment, the aesthetic of a luxury hotel will vary drastically from the vision for a new restaurant. Contract Furniture Group’s commitment to expanding its furniture collection allows venues to take control of its design, crafting the perfect pieces to suit any owner’s ideals. Alongside the ability to create bespoke pieces to any design specification, venues can rest assured their interior design will be in safe hands when working with Contract Furniture Group.

Having built up a vast amount of experience in the industry over the last two decades, managing director Richard Bellamy is looking forward to continuing the firm’s growth in 2019. He comments: “From working with venues across different sectors, from hotels to hospitals, we know that every single design is different. But one thing is for sure, every venue wants to create an eye-catching, memorable experience for everyone who visits, which is why it’s so important that we continue to expand our range.

“Whilst we are seeing fully upholstered, curved back chairs flying off the shelf at the moment, the subtle variations in each of these products makes a big difference to the vibe it creates, which is exactly why having an extensive collection is so important. Whether it’s a high-end, luxurious sofa or a simplistic utility chair you’re looking for, Contract Furniture Group is investing to ensure there’s plenty of options available. The type of furniture in a venue can transform a space into an entirely different world, and the new variations being added in 2019 are only set to provide even more design choices for hospitality venues.”

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