Custom-built Furniture in Business Premises is more Functional, Beautiful and Cost-effective, says Lima Europe Wednesday 21 September 2011 PDF Print Furniture that has been designed and custom-built for a specific business space, such as a reception or open plan office is not only more practical and cost-efficient in the long run, but can uniquely transform a room and make a striking impression with clients and staff, says London interior designers, Lima Europe. Plain, common furniture, such as that purchased from large retailers helps inspire commercial interior designers, Zoltán Madosfalvi and Alíz Ördög from Lima, to push boundaries and create innovative new pieces, bespoke to each client. Customised creations can reflect a brand’s personality in a way that mass market furniture never can and many businesses understand the importance of displaying exclusivity and style through the look and feel of their premises. In a similar way to the fashion industry, trends often dominate the retail space, meaning it can be difficult for a business to find furniture that meets its conceptual and practical needs as well as it fitting precisely in the available space. The layout of furniture, in an office for example, can alter the entire feeling of a room as well as the team dynamics of those that work within it. What’s more, space can often be utilised better when the furniture is custom-built, especially when it comes to awkwardly shaped areas; this can mean avoiding a move to a bigger premises or leasing a second location, which could save a company thousands. Co-founder of Lima, Zoltán Madosfalvi, has designed furniture for a number of commercial and private clients and oversees the manufacturing process, which is undertaken at Lima’s facility in Budapest. He said: “Businesses who invest in customised furniture, from a branded hotel bar to a sofa in a surgery reception or office cupboards, want to set themselves apart from competitors and offer their customers or clients something extra beautiful and special when they walk into the premises. Staff also benefit from a carefully planned environment, in a subtle psychological manner and in very practical ways on a day to day basis. “When the fixtures, fittings and furnishings work with the dimensions and needs of a room, saving space becomes almost effortless; designing a space and its furniture around current functional needs as well as future requirements is a business investment that can help save moving site in the long run.” For more information about Lima Europe, please visit www.limaeurope.co.uk or for an initial discussion about the interior design needs of your home or business, telephone Lima’s UK interior designers on 0207 884 0504. ENDS Contact: Keredy Andrews firstname.lastname@example.org 01858 411 600 This press release was distributed by ResponseSource Press Release Wire on behalf of Punch Communications in the following categories: Home & Garden, Business & Finance, Construction & Property, for more information visit https://pressreleasewire.responsesource.com/about.