Interior Concepts | Furniture for Educational Environments

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Learn why people have been choosing Interior Concepts for their educational furnishing needs for over twenty years.

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Interior Concepts | Furniture for Educational Environments

  1. 1. Furniture for Educational Environments www.interiorconcepts.com
  2. 2. Interior Concepts Furniture is MAS Certified Green
  3. 3. Panel Material Options• Melamine• Laminate• Fabric – Hardboard, Acoustical, or Tackable• Marker Board• Clear/Frosted Acrylic• Decorative Acrylic
  4. 4. Chase Wire Management System Doors slide toconceal wire & cables
  5. 5. 3D Interactive Quoting Process Visit: http://youtu.be/QH_clYjCNHs
  6. 6. Classroom Furniture
  7. 7. Classroom Furniture
  8. 8. Classroom Furniture
  9. 9. Classroom Furniture
  10. 10. Classroom Furniture
  11. 11. Classroom Furniture
  12. 12. Classroom Furniture
  13. 13. Classroom Furniture
  14. 14. Computer Furniture
  15. 15. Computer Furniture
  16. 16. Computer Furniture
  17. 17. Computer Furniture
  18. 18. Instructor Desk
  19. 19. Instructor Desk
  20. 20. Instructor Desk
  21. 21. Instructor Desk
  22. 22. Instructor Desk
  23. 23. Instructor Podiums
  24. 24. Resource Room
  25. 25. Resource Room
  26. 26. Resource Room
  27. 27. Drafting Lab
  28. 28. Drafting Lab
  29. 29. Design Lab
  30. 30. STEM Lab
  31. 31. STEM Lab
  32. 32. STEM Lab
  33. 33. STEM Lab
  34. 34. STEM Lab
  35. 35. Conference Room
  36. 36. Conference Room
  37. 37. Work Room
  38. 38. Reception Desk
  39. 39. Reception Desk
  40. 40. Reception Desk
  41. 41. Reception Desk
  42. 42. Reception Desk
  43. 43. Administrative Office
  44. 44. Administrative Office
  45. 45. Administrative Office
  46. 46. Administrative Office
  47. 47. Administrative Office
  48. 48. Administrative Office
  49. 49. Administrative Office
  50. 50. Cubicles
  51. 51. Cubicles
  52. 52. Administration
  53. 53. Work Room
  54. 54. “Interior Concepts was very positive when we would suggest a change to the furniture design. We could see the furniture through a 3D concept, which helped, and we would adapt thefurniture to what we wanted after input from the teachers and administration.” Tracy Leiker | Associate Principal Garden City HS – Garden City, KS
  55. 55. “I can say without hesitation that Interior Conceptstops the list when it comes to service. They allowedme to focus my efforts on my mission of providing ahigh-quality education for the students of Elkhorn —not solving furniture issues or installation concerns. Interior Concepts does it right.” Mark Kalvoda | Principal Elkhorn Public Schools – Elkhorn, NE
  56. 56. “I would highly recommend Interior Concepts, and I have — to several other districts. There are notmany other vendors I would recommend as highly as I would Interior Concepts. You’re going to get agreat end product. Our staff, faculty, and the people using it love it.” Kent Raymic | Assistant Superintendent Siloam Springs HS – Siloam Springs, AR
  57. 57. “With the flexibility of the products we were able todesign by the inch to maximize space, easily adjust counter heights for reception stations, utilize thechase wire management, and easily locate grommet holes where we needed them.” Robert Cathey| Procurement Manager Tulsa Tech– Tulsa, OK

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