If University Loft Student Furniture Were a Car, What Kind Would It Be?

Ever ask yourself these kinds of questions? By assigning characteristics from one type of product (or species, for that matter) to another, you can gain some interesting insights into the first subject. It’s an interesting exercise, so let’s take a look at what kind of car University Loft furniture for student housing might be:

Crafted with Care in America:

Unless specified otherwise by the customer, the majority of University Loft furniture products are crafted with care in American facilities like our Greenfield, Indiana factory. So if ULoft furniture were a car, it would most likely be an American brand.

University Loft Student Furniture

Environmentally-Friendly:

University Loft student furniture is green. It’s made from Environmentally Farmed Timber that’s a better choice for keeping our planet healthy. So if ULoft furniture were a car, it would most likely be a hybrid, perhaps a Prius or Chevy Volt.

Built Solid:

ULoft furniture for student housing is built to last, using the best construction techniques like English dovetail joints in desk and dresser drawers. If University Loft student furniture were a car, it would rank at the top for overall mechanical quality, a position held in the automotive world by Lexus, according to J.D. Power & Associates.

Full-featured and Functional:

University Loft furniture for students can be configured to meet the living and learning needs of the students in the dorm room or student residence. So maybe ULoft furniture is akin to a minivan or crossover utility vehicle. It would have fold-down seats, lots of storage space beneath comfy cushions, and a plethora of cup holders. (University Loft beds, for instance, can be raised or lowered, with dressers or drawers beneath. You can even attach a bed shelf for your accessories!)

So let’s review: If University Loft student furniture were a vehicle, it would be an American brand with the build quality of Lexus. It would be a hybrid with plenty of functional features and handy configurations. Hmmm…maybe University Loft should build cars.

I wonder how they’d work if made of solid wood like most ULoft furniture?

Bob

The ULoft Blog Team

About University Loft Company and our solid wood modular residence life furniture:

Since 1984, when James Jannetides built a loft configuration for his own dorm room at Southern Illinois University, hundreds of thousands of college students have enjoyed better campus living thanks to University Loft furniture. Today, University Loft serves more than 1,200 colleges, universities and related student housing partners. As Jannetides’ says: “We are always learning, always innovating, and always improving … our environment, our products, and our service. We are University Loft Company.”