YEARS IN BUSINESS

35

LOCATED IN

Indiana

NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES

129

NUMBER OF BOARDING SCHOOLS WE SERVE

250

University Loft Company

University Loft Company is at the forefront of innovative dorm and lounge furniture design and manufacturing. By using superior strength materials emphasizing solid wood construction, along with state-of-the-art construction methods, University Loft dorm furniture stands the test of time. Our lounge furniture is customer made and hand crafted. We are committed to being responsive to your needs.

WHY BOARDING SCHOOLS CHOOSE US

We work with every customer on your campus to define your processes and share our own so that every step of your buying experience ensures your satisfaction. Most boarding schools enjoy our hand-crafted upholstery selection with Velcro technology, allowing you to replace a chair or sofa with new covers for a brand new look without the cost of purchasing new furniture. University Loft also can boast of being the first choice of boarding schools because of the sustainability and safety measures we’ve designed in our solid wood case goods built from environmentally farmed timber and harvesting practices. Working with your key decision makers as well as your student body to help you make your selection; we will ensure that your order, delivery, install and follow-up services run as smoothly as possible.
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Micki Thomas, furniture buyer Volunteers of America
Brief description of order: 1,500+ Beds- Daytona Beach, FL; Customer for 15 years
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Marie Jones – Manager of Interior Design and Planning
California Baptist University: Brief description: 540 Beds- Riverside, CA – Customer > 15 years
Nathan Hicks – Director of Housing Services
St. John’s University, Jamaica, NY 11439 Brief description: 421 Beds- Jamaica, NY – Customer > 15 years
Nicole Miskiewicz– Assistant Director of Facilities

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