For those furniture manufacturers and designers keen to solve problems, exciting times lie ahead.
Interior design is changing, fast-moving from open-plan living to multi-functional spaces, with consumers increasingly seeking flexible kitchen, dining, and living room furniture.
What started off as a mere design trend, has been catapulted to the top of the agenda by a global pandemic that could never have been predicted. However, it’s certain that the rise in numbers working from home will increase the demand for manufacturers to produce furniture that can adapt to our changing needs.
“Atim Party Mensola – Pull-out mechanism to create a large table that is kept inside a drawer”
For any manufacturer already juggling with supply chain, production, and staffing issues, developing a new product range may seem like a tall order, but now is the ideal time to keep up with social change and anticipate future demand. For those furniture manufacturers and designers keen to solve problems, exciting times lie ahead.