UK Folding Conference Tables Hospitality Furniture Hotel Range Launched

Burgess Furniture announced an updated range of bespoke hospitality furniture for hotels, restaurants and other clients in Feltham, London and the surrounding areas, the latest collection including bespoke folding conference tables.

Middlesex, United Kingdom - March 15, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Burgess Furniture, a company specialising in high-quality hospitality furniture, announced an update of its range to provide high-quality folding tables, chairs and other furniture for clients in Feltham, London and the surrounding areas. As leading furniture manufacturers, the experts at Burgess Furniture work closely with each client to create bespoke furniture adapted to their unique preferences, whether they’re looking for durable hotel chairs and tables or exquisite pieces for luxury venues.

More information can be found at https://www.burgessfurniture.com/product/a-fold/a-fold-round

With more than 60 years of industry experience creating a variety of furniture for clients such as hotels, restaurants, and large corporations, Burgess Furniture is constantly looking for new ways to adapt its services to the diverse needs of its clients.

The company provides a thorough initial consultation to help clients choose the best pieces for their unique needs, budgets and preferences.

The latest collection update includes the addition of the A-Fold folding conference tables, stylish and practical pieces which are ideal for a wide range of venues. Designed by Peter Roth, the A-Fold table is multifunctional, easy to use, and available in a wide range of customisation options.

Clients can choose between rectangular, round, D-end and other types of corner sections, various powder coating finishes for the underframe, as well as optional timber legs for a touch of nature.

The company also offers everything from soft seating to chairs and other pieces, its past clients including leading hotel chains, conference rooms and event venues, corporations and many others.

Burgess Furniture can provide both traditional and contemporary designs, depending on each project. Combining expert craftsmanship with high-quality materials and an eye for practicality, Burgess Furniture strives to provide top-quality furniture at competitive prices.

The recent announcement is part of the company’s commitment to staying up-to-date with the latest industry developments and interior design trends.

A Burgess Furniture spokesperson said: “At Burgess Furniture we pride ourselves on offering the hospitality industry, furniture which couples great design and exceptional functionality to fit our customers need. We offer a wide range of furniture from tables to chairs and accessories making different spaces more functional and on trend (meeting spaces and boardrooms, conference spaces, events and dining, bedroom, casual spaces and more)”

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Celine Mallet
Email: Send Email
Organization: Burgess Furniture LTD
Address: Hanworth Trading Estate Feltham, Middlesex, England TW13 6EH, United Kingdom
Phone: +44-330-333-9258
Website: https://www.burgessfurniture.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 492549

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