Innova Care Concepts has launched its Infinitum Furniture range, adopting design trends that the manufacturer says will appeal to all generations.
In the last 10 years, there has been a marked change in how care facilities are being designed, driven by the increase in retirement villages across the UK.
Currently around 74,750 older people in the UK live in approximately 57,500 retirement community units, with 51,500 units in England, 3,500 units in Scotland and 2,500 units in Wales.
As many residents will be downsizing from a larger home, it is important for care homes and retirement villages to be stylish as well as practical for active lifestyles.
By incorporating contemporary interiors, the sector is working hard to facilitate these demands, adopting design trends that will appeal to all generations, not just the residents who will be living there.
Helping care homes to accommodate this trend, Innova Care Concepts have launched the Infinitum Furniture range.
Creating homely, spacious and beautiful spaces for residents and staff, Infinitum Furniture embraces a modern ‘boutique hotel’ feel that the sector is now pushing for.
From lounging to welcoming reception spaces to calming boudoirs, the Infinitum Furniture’s tailored designs of fabrics and woods fits in perfectly with the next generation of care homes and retirement villages.
Underpinned with subtle refinements to enhance comfort, this collection of over 80 handpicked chairs, sofas, tables and stools delivers a perfect balance between function and cost, high-end design and infection control.
Learn more about Infinitum Furniture at https://infinitum-furniture.co.uk/.