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Infocomm 2019 Recap

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Learn about all of the new products and eye-catching builds we had on display during our time attending Infomm 2019 in Orlando, FL.

Below is a recap of all the goodies we had on display in booth 1721 at the Infocomm show in Orlando, FL. This year, we were able to display several new products fresh off the assembly floor that are great solutions for integrators, architects and end users alike.

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Simple but Mighty: Marshall Furniture’s ELCO™ RL Desks Tackle ADA and AV Storage with Style

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The new ELCO™ RL Series Desks by Marshall Furniture may seem unassuming, but they pack a punch as an all-in-one design that targets many common customer concerns.

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CTC 2017 Product Showcase

If you are heading to this year's Courtroom Technology Conference in Salt Lake City, Utah, held from September 12-14, be sure to stop by Marshall Furniture's booth, #608, to view some fantastic courtroom tech pieces. As a custom shop, we are able to accommodate a variety of equipment and architectural needs into each of our builds. Thanks to our versatility, our products are perfect for many different court spaces, whether they be more ornate, require high-tech component integration or have a particular room set-up.

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ADA Furniture On A Budget

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Marshall Furniture's new ELCO RL-35 is a simple, cost-effective ADA solution that can be customized to meet individual application needs. Combine it with any other Quick Ship piece to create an ensemble arrangement.

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Design & Decision-Making: How Architects & Interior Designers Ease The Custom Furniture Process

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During the month of April, we at Marshall Furniture decided to hone our focus on all things architectural. Although we focus a lot on our products' ability to accommodate a wide range of technology, we also strive to make sure each build is a beautiful, one-of-a-kind piece.

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2016 Year in Review

Every January, our team at Marshall Furniture looks for new ways to continue our success and growth throughout the new year. To do this, we often look back at the previous year to evaluate our accomplishments and to determine our upcoming product and marketing focuses. Looking back at 2016, however, had a two-fold purpose for us. Last year, we were lucky enough to celebrate our 30th year in business. We celebrated in a variety of ways, like giveaways and prizes, but also by showing off our high-quality custom craftsmanship skills at tradeshows like Infocomm. What we discovered when we discussed last year's sales was that 2016 was filled with a variety of interesting and creative projects. Our design team each had their favorites so we felt it was only appropriate that we give those designs the attention they deserve. With 2016 still fresh in our minds, we'd like to take the opportunity to share, in detail, aspects of our most memorable projects.

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Appearance Does Matter

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Designing the look of your next furniture solution can sometimes be a daunting task. With most designs, tackling size, options and equipment are typically the foremost concerns.

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Overcoming ADA Design Hiccups

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During our 30 years in business, we've had several projects where space planning, ADA accessible furniture and equipment integration did not always play nicely. As ADA-friendly spaces increase, the ubiquitous, all-in-one solution to presentation furniture becomes all but obsolete.

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ADA Compliance & Custom Furniture

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Signed in 1990, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is a civil rights law that prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities in all public areas, including jobs, education and transportation. Recently, there has been a surge of higher education, courtrooms, businesses and multiple other markets coming to terms with the need for ADA furniture in their spaces.

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Solid Wood Versus Veneer

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We're about to cannonball right into a topic that has been discussed and argued many times over.

Why? Well, there's plenty of preconceived notions and opinions out there that advocate for one method of construction or the other. Interestingly enough, people are still divided on this front with strong advocacy and exclusivity for one side or the other. In our own experience, we've come across plenty of instances where a client has asked us to build using their preferred method.

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