For Your Home Or Office, DMI Office Furniture Offers Quality and Style at an Affordable Price

DMI offers a wide range of choices from the office to the home office furniture made from fine veneer and selected quality woods for durability and functional furnishings all at discounted prices. Styles and designs vary from classical and traditional, contemporary and transitional, and small home office space. All furniture designs are protected by DMI’s top guard finishing to protect desks from scratches and stains and all surfaces are thermally fused.

Traditional and classical home office series is composed of Ambassador style a traditional home office furniture collection with high pressure laminated tops; Andover style a traditional design combined with ultimate comfort showcasing a beautiful Sherwood mahogany finish; Governor style a classic traditional design embraced with decorative wood accent moldings, modesty panels, and decorative swinging bail hardware for a rich traditional look; Keswick style an unmatched luxury in traditional veneer designs of extensive home office furnishings in English cherry finish; Oxmoor style a most impressive design with its finely tuned balance of design and functions expressing an elegant traditional style in merlot cherry finish.

Contemporary and transitional home office series is composed of Americus style a distinct transitional design inspired by Art Deco in rich mahogany finish with book match crotch mahogany tops and walnut borders; Summit Reed style a contemporary modified reed edge with split nickel hardware that gives a variety of office work surfaces in sunset cherry finish; Summit cope style a contemporary design created for modularity featuring radius coped edge with curved nickel hardware; Belevedere style a distinctive design that gives a contemporary sophisticated look featuring figure book-match Anigre veneers; Pimlico style a style in mocha finish featuring edges with angles slightly recessed and the tops are separated from the chassis and enhanced with satin aluminum lines that compliments the satin nickel drawer pulls; Eclipse style a simple transitional sophistication in warm cherry finish for full comfort and convenience with its pull-up conference table and bow front desktops; Belmont style in cherry veneer a transitional style crafted with elegance; Del Mar style features multi-function facilities influenced by the Shaker style switching the traditional office environment into a transitioned one.

Small home office series is composed of Antigua style with enchanting details but casual elegance suitable for small spaces; Balmoor style a modern-day design based on old-European settings; Carrington style with aristocratic details completely fits your small home office; Estes Park style a design crafted from oak solids and veneers; Fifth Avenue style a traditional and contemporary design combined together to conveniently accommodate home office equipments; Keeneland style a traditional and transitional collection of home office elegant furniture; Midlands style expresses simplicity is beauty in cured oak finish design for simple furnishings suited for a full-functional home office; Rue de Lyon style a design with extra furnishings for any kind of home office requirements; Windermere style a conservative type of design but with visible distinct details and functional furnishings; Writing desks style includes Adams writing desk and Madison writing desk for home office settings.

DMI office furniture can accommodate all kinds of office requirements whether it is located at the office or at the comfort of your home.

Choosing the Right Home Furnishings to Suit Your Style

When we walk into a room we are able to tell, almost instantly whether we like it or not. Deciding exactly what it is that we like or dislike about a room however, is a lot more difficult. This knowledge is essential if you are to stand any chance of designing a room which suits your own individual style.

Home furnishings are often the most important factors in defining a room. Curtains, carpets, and furniture that you put in a room will influence the overall feel of a room more than anything else.

In order to have a room which is both unique and stylish you need to look at the room as a whole. You need to coordinate everything so that everything looks as if it is meant to be there, rather than looking out of place.

When it comes to choosing the home furnishings to suit your own unique style, a lot of the work should already be done for you. The colour of the room and any furniture that is already there will dictate, to a certain degree, what home furnishings to use. If you have already chosen the colour of a room, or if it is already painted, then you should design the rest of the room around that. The first things that you need to decide on are any big pieces of furniture which will be in the room and what type of window coverings you would like to have. Once these have been decided and you are happy that they fit in with the general colour scheme of the room, you should start thinking about the smaller items that will finish the room off. Try and let each stage of the process be guided by the last. For example, when choosing your bedroom furniture you will need to be fully guided by the style of your bed. The colour, material, design and style of the bed will dictate which smaller home furnishings will work in the room.

As a general rule you should try to stick to a small number of different colours which work well together. You should then try and echo these colours in the furnishings and small details in the room. For example, if you have dark brown leather sofas in a living room then you might try and choose furnishings and decorations which echo those same dark brown colours. The same could be said of the colours on the walls. Try and carry the colours into each element of the room, this way it will appear coordinated and stylish.

Designing a room which you want to suit your own personal style can be a daunting task. There are so many separate parts to coordinate that it may seem like it will need far too much organization. However, if you take one step at a time, working from the largest parts to the smallest, then eventually you will end up with a room which is both coordinated and unique. If you stick to some very simple rules and let each stage influence the next, then the process of designing a room can be very satisfying.

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