GSA announced on March 22, 2018 a proposed refresh 22 to Schedule 71 (Furniture) to replace language under SIN 71-204 (Dormitory, Quarters and Residential Casegoods and Beds).  Language that will be incorporated is:

71 204 — Dormitory, Quarters and Residential Casegoods and Beds – Includes furniture pieces designed for household, quarters and dormitory use and made from a variety of materials including wood, metal, wood/metal, stone, and glass. Ready-to- assemble (RTA) versions of the furniture covered in this SIN will be acceptable. Residential dining room items that will be acceptable include, but are not limited to, dining and dinette tables, china cabinets, buffets, sideboards, servers, huntboards, baker’s racks, breakfronts, corner cupboards, etageres, curio/display cabinets. Acceptable casegoods include, but are not limited to, dressers (low and conventional height), chests, bureaus, low boys, high boys, vanities (including companion benches), nightstands, mirrors, wardrobes, clothing centers, clothes trees, hall trees, armoires, entertainment units, TV stands/cabinets, bookcases, wall units, curio cabinets, display pedestals, table desks, student desks, secretaries, home office type workstations, matching file cabinets, footlockers/blanket chests, tables including occasional, guest and game types. Tables designed for conference room use are not acceptable. Acceptable bed items include, but are not limited to, headboards, bed frames, headboard and footboard sets, bed rails, captains beds, bunk beds, wall beds, roll-about and other portable beds, bed accessories including bed steps, bedside stools and benches, blanket racks, underbed storage units, safety rails.

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