The Resource Furniture Contract Division has a proven track record of partnerships that result in increased ROI, above-average sell- or rent-throughs, projects that make national news headlines and, most importantly, an increased livability quotient for occupants. With over 15 years of experience collaborating with architects, builders, developers, and end-users, we bring a unique and unparalleled perspective to every project, from multi-unit dwellings to single-family homes.
As the largest distributor of multifunctional solutions in North America, no one has their finger on the pulse of designing efficient spaces more than we do. Our transforming furniture adds measurable value to every space – if a single space can perform multiple functions, the unit can be smaller and cost less to build and operate. Developers can retain a full range of functionality and maintain a high level of aesthetics by building smaller, efficiently-designed units that frequently command more revenue per square foot than traditional layouts.
Resource Furniture’s Contract Division knows your market. We know what works and what doesn’t. Let us show you how you can stand out in the crowd and increase the marketability of your project while maximizing your ROI. If you would like to learn more about our services or speak to someone about a project, email email@example.com.
What is "Efficient Design" and Why Does it Matter for ROI?
An efficiently designed interior space is one that considers how each square foot will be used throughout the course of a day, week, month, and over the long-term, with the goal of not only maximizing functionality within a physical footprint, but more importantly, increasing the livability quotient for the occupant. Truly efficient design starts with a macro view of the overall project and considers everything from community integration to the smallest ergonomic detail within the space. For increased ROI, the challenge for the architect, developer or builder is to not rely solely on past decisions, but to look forward and ask provocative questions about each element of a project and base decisions on current, data-driven research. Learn more.