Assisted Living Memory Boxes

Memory Boxes designed for the assisted living environment.

(This product line can now be viewed on its own website at www.assistedlivingmemoryboxes.com)

We offer a broad selection of unique features and options that ensure you will find the right design for your décor and budget.  Our years of experiece in working with Architects, Interior Designers, Project Managers, and onsite Staff has given us a special insight to the issues relevant to your selection.  Please click on this blog link for a listing of topics and discussions that we provide as a resource guide.  Please do not hesitate to contact us for assistance or a quote.

We offer 3 styles of Memory Boxes that all include your choice of:

  • Pin, Velcro, or magnetic attachment of items for display
  • Velcloth or Flannel back in multiple colors
  • Adjustable tempered glass or wood shelf
  • fixed wood shelf / partition
  • Security hanging hardware

Memory Box security hardwareMemory box with Velcloth for both magnet and velcro attachmentMemory Box with pin attachment Hinged Door Memory Box with glass and wood adjustable shelves14x18 hinged door memory box with fixed shelf


 

Style #1: Hinged Door Design

  • Door can be secured by keyed lock or magnetic catch
  • Locks can be keyed individually or alike
  • Nickel plated hinges and lock
  • Lock placement on side
  • Custom Colors – painted or stained

 

Style #2: Sliding Acrylic Pane Design

  • Hidden finger grip
  • Pane can be pinned in open position
  • Custom Colors – painted or stained
Recessed in wall memory box for assisted living

Style #3: Recessed in Wall Design

  • Keyed lock
  • Door is flush with Wall
  • Custom Colors - painted or stained
  • Cut Sheet Available
Recessed in wall memory box with hinged door

 To View Stain Color Options CLICK HERE

To View Velcloth, Matboard, & Felt Backings CLICK HERE

 

Please be aware that the locks provided are merely a deterrent and should not be used for the display of valuable items where safety is a concern.  Buyer is responsible for determining if the display is appropriate for the application.