In-house capabilities in woodwork and metalwork allow Rigg to produce all manner of interior products and fittings for commercial clients. Contract Furniture made in our factory goes to hospitality, office fit-out and education sectors.

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Do you feel sleepy when searching for contract furniture? The same old contrived products can induce this. We offer fresh, contemporary ideas that are accessible at quick lead times.

For larger production runs we can rapidly prototype initial ideas to help you choose the optimum route. We have lots of experience of dealing directly with small and large customers who are the end buyer or at another stage in the procurement process. The latter includes furniture specifiers, group buyers, interior designers and fiduciary buyers.

Hospitality: We have many examples of contract furniture in the following types of location:

  • Pubs & Bars
  • Restaurants
  • Cafes
  • Hotels
  • Student
  • Office fit-out
  • Furniture Specifiers

We have numerous relationships with furniture dealers and fulfilment managers. Quite often a new client may enquire about a particular item and upon realising our capabilities will use us for other products across a wider scope.

Direct Supply

We often supply into a company's workspace enabling them to budget easily, get good value for money and more easily develop ideas.


School desking can have an institutional aesthetic. If a project requires a more inspiring, dynamic concept then we can help.


A key feature of our work is the willingness to use an extensive breadth of materials. These include wood, steel, brass, copper, zinc, high pressure laminates (HPL), linoleum, glass etc. -steel In addition to table frames our in-house metalworking facilities are able to construct a wide variety of fabrications. Examples might be display racking, novelty features, point of sale devices, plinths, planters, reception desks, brackets. Metal finishes can be clear lacquer over raw steel for an industrial look, powder coated in a range of colours and plated. -brass, copper, zinc These materials make great alternatives for contract furniture where an earthy feel is needed and the natural ageing and patina development is acceptable or desired.