Our team worked on a rolling project at The Red House, a place situated just north of Glasgow. We were brought in to design and manufacture fitted bedroom furniture that is non-clinical and homely. This specialist therapeutic home is a 5 bedroom low-secure unit. It houses young people aged between 12 and 18 who have complex needs or traumatic backgrounds.
This converted townhouse offers its residents a homely environment that is safe and secure. And so, it was important that we carried this feel through to the bedrooms. We understood that each resident needed a dedicated space where they felt safe, and could make their own. Their room is a sanctuary and we wanted to make it feel as such.
Our design team worked hard to design bedroom furniture that is homely, and is appropriate for both males and females. They opted for something simple. For this specific project the bedroom furniture we provided consisted of wardrobes, bedside cabinets, chest of drawers, storage units and TV stands. Therefore, our team had to work around existing furniture. Luckily rooms were spacious and provided ample floor space for the team to build the sets.
The bedroom furniture was anti-ligature with a wood effect finish. Each set was fully fitted for the safety of the Red House residents. But, as this was a lower security unit, the furniture was less secure as it had no locks or restrictions. The bedroom furniture was designed by our team to be durable and withstand everyday wear and tear. The storage provided with free-standing shelving gave the young people a place to personalise. They were able to add in their personal belongings, making the room feel more like their own.
If you are currently looking for bedroom furniture for a secure project, contact our team.