Whether you want to create a warm, cosy snug or a serene environment inspired by nature, colour can be a useful tool for establishing the atmosphere of a room.
Colour zoning can also be a useful tool for visually separating large, open spaces by grouping furniture in similar tones.
For residents living with dementia or reduced vision, it is important to choose upholstery which sufficiently contrasts with the flooring, and to avoid complex patterns to aid recognition and prevent confusion.
Melamine Faced Chipboard (MFC) cabinetry has an easy to clean, hygienic surface which can be maintained by wiping over with a dry or damp clean cloth. Spillages must be removed immediately by using either a soft clean cloth, a sponge dampened with warm soapy water or a mild household detergent then wiped using a damp clean cloth to remove any remaining soap or detergent, dry using an absorbent paper towel or microfibre cloth. The following cleaning agents should not be used;