Everybody needs their own space. Some more than others. Sometimes we need to have a bit of alone time to gather our thoughts. But that is not always possible. If your roommate isn’t going anywhere and you need that personal space for alone time – a bed from University Loft lets you own your space. You see, our beds reconfigure. You can make the most out of your room by modulating them to create a more space. You may arrange an Open Loft where the bed is lifted up and a desk, chair and drawer chest are placed in the space beneath the loft bed. Pretty cool, huh? Maybe you need to configure bunk beds. There are several different ways to arrange them from University Loft Company. You can stack them traditionally or arrange them to best suit the shape of the room they are in. With ULC student resident furniture it is so easy because we offer solutions to your dorm room problems. With a vast selection of college furniture, there are many alternatives to choose. You can place a Two-Position Chair; great for study and chilling, or use a wardrobe to hang your clothes, store your belongings as well as use as an entertainment center. Then there are our drawer chests. Stack few or many. Whatever you choose, create an oasis that is perfect for you. And you can with our furniture because University Loft lets you own your space.
You have to take a look at the variety of choices the Makers of Cool have in student resident furniture. Check out our catalogs and see for yourself. We want your business, so don’t hesitate to contact us or give us a call at 800.423.LOFT (5638). There is Uloft representative ready to help you.
As a leader in the furniture industry, University Loft Company continues to create products that befit the needs of universities, military housing and family housing. CEO and founder, James N. Jannetides’ infectious positivity drives the company to developing more innovative products. His wisdom and vision is one to follow and has been a wellspring of inspiration and encouragement to many through the years.
Until next time ~ Ginger Bock