A well-considered total approach
We cannot emphasise it too much: there is much more to designing a care environment than simply placing specially adapted furniture. Based on our expertise built up over many decades – we’ve been designing care furniture since way back in 1935 – we know that the success of every project demands a comprehensive approach. Because high-quality care furniture only functions at its peak potential when the whole interior exudes the same high quality. You need to select the right floor, wall and window coverings, and style all decorative aspects of the environment. You need a total concept. That’s where our ‘Creating Hospitality’ approach makes a difference.
Like to know how we can optimise your care interior? Our experts would like to develop the right concept with you.
In designing your interior, we go much further than simply delivering customised care furniture. Find out how we can help you to make a full success of your project.
A source of inspiration
‘The proof of the pudding is in the eating’. Which is why we invite you to drop by one of our inspiring showrooms. It’s your chance to experience the quality and comfort of our furniture and get a taste of our various inspiring and welcoming interior styles. Make an appointment. The coffee is on us.
Decoration & styling
Mood lighting, a matching table, cupboard and wall decoration, healthy plants... We ensure your project is completed in full. Our professional stylists are happy to give you style advice and put it into practice. Call it the ‘icing on the cake’ of a successful interior design project that makes everyone feel at home.
Personalised interior advice
Every care institution has its own character. So every interior concept must be unique. Private rooms, reception spaces, lounge, lobby, common rooms, bar, restaurant, patio, spa, fitness room or pool: our interior designers conceive, visualise (in 2D, 3D and mood boards) and build the most fitting interior concept for your care institution.
Interior & dementia
For the comfort of people suffering from Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, the choice of care furniture, the use of colour, the room layout and decoration are essential factors. In our ‘Looking at dementia' concept we give you an idea of what we can do and cannot do in each room. Our interior design solutions for older people suffering from dementia are based on scientific principles, in consultation with specialist partners.
How can we help you?
If you have any questions about one of our products or you would like conceptual interior advice, we would be delighted to help you.