Utilize Our Magnificent Modular Furniture

Just because a living space is small doesn’t mean you have to be cramped. University Loft Company makes small spaces appear large. Not by magic but by magnificence. You see, it’s all in how you utilize our magnificent modular furniture. University Loft furniture makes stackable living a fun reality. Here’s what I mean. Take, for example, our twin bed drawer chests, pedestal desk, Two-Position chair, and wardrobe. If you placed them in a small room and arranged them in a way you like, you just might find that space too confined to enjoy. Now, take the same furniture items and begin to modulate them. Lift the twin bed off the floor high enough to fit the desk and drawer chests under, and you’ve just made an Open Loft. The wardrobe can also double for an entertainment center, so you can store you items and have a place for your TV too. You have space where you didn’t have it before! Greenfield Series

There are a variety of ways to modulate your furniture too. University Loft furniture creates a spacious area for small places. Whether you’re furnishing dorms or multi-family units, once you find what suits you, you can match fabric and finishes from our array of selections.

We would love to have your business. Have a look around our website at all the beautiful furnishings we offer. Be sure to brows our catalogs too. If you see something you like or have any questions, please feel free to contact us or call us at 800-423-LOFT (5638). A skilled member of the Uloft team will be ready to help you.

Founder and CEO of University Loft Company, James N. Jannetides brings the team of innovators together to continue to create state-of-the-art university furniture, off-campus housing, apartment furnishings and military housing. His continual enthusiasm and determination is the force that drives the company to better furniture for your today and your and tomorrow. As he says, “We are always learning, always innovating, and always improving…We are University Loft Company.”

Until next time ~ Ginger Bock