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Beauty is healthy. Yes, healthcare furniture has to include standard functions – cleanable, sterile, durable, and yes, healthy. Yet, Plural believes the design criteria for healthcare furniture begins with people; including patients, caregivers, and guests, and we provide solutions to help create healthy, beautiful, and comfortable environments to promote healing at all levels.

Whether awaiting medical updates about a loved one in harsh fluorescent lighting or at a bedside where “in sickness and in health” was a vow invested with soul equity, a comfortable place to sit should be the least of worry of all. Yet, the “latest-and-greatest” healthcare furniture features harsh angles, clinical aesthetics, and, really, that color? As if people are not suffering enough in these uncomfortable settings. It doesn’t have to be this way, and Plural thinks there is a healthier way forward.

For starters, we engaged renowned furniture designers to revisit typical healthcare archetypes – ones that begin and end with manufacturer-centered quotas and metrics. Instead, we asked designers, such as Brian Graham, to consider how an elegant integration of form and function could inform a refreshing approach to adaptable healthcare furniture solutions. Graham’s vision is clearly articulated in the award-winning Avila seating collection; our new Rochester lounge and sleeper sofa series; and his highly adaptive Altos guest, bariatric, and easy-access chairs and tables.

However, Plural’s mission to promote healing with more healthy and beautiful people, places, and products has just begun, so stay tuned for upcoming launches and line extensions.

Beauty is Healthy