Modular Furniture (Manufacture and Supply)

Modular Furniture (Manufacture and Supply)

Chair- High Back, Wooden, Fyber

A chair is a piece of furniture with a raised surface, commonly used to seat a single person. Chairs are supported most often by four legs and have a back; however, a chair can have three legs or can have a different shape Chairs are made of a wide variety of materials, ranging from wood to metal to synthetic material (e.g., plastic), and they may be padded or upholstered in various colours and fabrics, either just on the seat (as with some dining room chairs) or on the entire chair.

Table- Wooden top with Laminate, Glass top, Cafe Table

At Rmit We appreciates that you may sometimes want to create your own furniture. Our table bar range allows you to construct your own desk from a range of leg and table top options, giving you a personalized desk at an affordable price. When selecting your table top, you can choose between painted, veneered or foiled fibreboard, tempered glass and solid wood. All of our table tops are designed to be practical and durable. No matter which materials they’re made from, they’re easy to clean and care for with little more than a damp cloth.


A bedroom is a room of a house, mansion, hotel, dormitory, or apartment where people sleep. A typical Western bedroom contains as bedroom furniture one or two beds (ranging from a crib for an infant, a small twin bed for a single person, twin beds for two people, to a king-size bed for a couple), a clothes closet, a nightstand, and a dresser (dressing table). Except in bungalows or one-storey motels, bedrooms are usually on one of the floors of a dwelling that is above ground level. Modern bedrooms often have central heating or Air-conditioning facilities as per the climatic or individual needs of a person. At RMIT we prepare Bedrooms keeping in mind the ultimate Luxury and Personality of an individual.

Dining Table

Getting them to the table is easy. So our dining furniture is designed to help with the hard part – keeping them there. Because when the chairs are comfy and the table is just the right size, everyone will be happy to stay for a while (even if there’s no dessert).

Tea Table

In furniture, a tea table is a small table, typically used for serving tea or a table that is being used for a meal eaten in the late afternoon or early evening. But at RMIT we even created art with it.


A couch, sofa or settee is a piece of furniture for seating three or more people in the form of a bench, with or without armrests, that is partially or entirely upholstered, and often fitted with springs and tailored cushions. Although a couch is used primarily for seating, it may be used for sleeping, eating, jumping, and other improvised activities.

In homes, couches are normally found in the family room, living room, den, sitting room or the lounge. They are sometimes also found in non-residential settings such as hotels, lobbies of commercial offices, waiting rooms, and bars.

Computer Table

The computer desk and related ergonomic desk are furniture pieces designed to comfortably and aesthetically provide a working surface and house or conceal office equipment including computers, peripherals and cabling for office and home-office users. The most common form of the computer desk is a variant of the ergonomic desk, which has an adjustable keyboard tray and sufficient desktop space for handwriting. Provisions for a monitor shelf and holes for routing cables are integrated in the design, making it easier to connect the computer components together. The typical armoire desk Provide space for keyboard, mouse, monitor, printer and speakers. Cubicle desk designs for business and government workplaces include a range of shelves, trays and cable-routing holes for computer systems. In some computer desks, the cabling is affixed to the modesty panel at the back of the desk, to create a neater appearance. At RMIT we provide a great variety of computer desk shapes and forms. Large multiple student computer desks configured in rows are designed to house dozens of computer systems while facilitating wiring, general maintenance, theft prevention and vandalism reduction. Small rolling lectern desks or computer carts with tiny desktops provide just enough room for a laptop computer and a mouse pad.

Wall Cabinet

At Rmit Our kitchen wall cabinets add a stylish touch to any kitchen; and you can choose from a large range of combinations that get the most of your space. Including vertical or horizontal cabinets, open cabinets or additional drawers beneath. The shelves are all adjustable and with a sturdy ¾” frame construction, so whatever your vision, the RMIT’s kitchen system is built around you.

TV Cabinet

A TV cabinet is one of the best and easiest ways to add a TV lift to your home. It can be hard to find the right TV lift furniture but here at RMIT we have a full suite of TV cabinets in all styles to match the elegant furnishings of your home.

Dressing Table

A dressing table can be used as a particular area for cosmetic application. They can be simple with a few small drawers or more elaborate with large mirrors and a variety of storage. They can also add character to a room. At Rmit we create Dressing Tables which also add great character to a room especially if the piece had intricate engravings.