Modular Furniture

MODULAR FURNITURE SYSTEMS

Over half of Notre Dame residence hall rooms are furnished with the Notre Dame Modular Furniture System (NDMFS). NDMFS is a furniture system designed to provide a variety of configurations based upon the room size and preferences of the residents while also ensuring the safety and sound construction of the furniture. NDMFS is a three part system composed of:

  • Bed Frame [and mattress]
  • Desk [and chair]
  • Storage Closet

NOTE: Ladders are also available for beds which get elevated.

To give you an better idea of the modular furniture, here are a few pictures [click on the thumbnail to see an enlarged image]:

 

Elevated Bed

Bunked Beds

Bed

Wardrobe

Desk

Elevated Bunked Separated
[bed]
Separated
[closet]
Separated
[desk]

Modular furniture may only be assembled as prescribed above. Alternative configurations are not permitted, as they may pose a safety hazard. For more information, view our page on Unacceptable Room Configurations Page.

Not all rooms have newer modular furniture in them; however, most rooms contain:

  • Mattress/Frame
  • Desk/Chair
  • Storage Closet
  • Sink

Students occupying rooms with modular furniture are not permitted to construct elevated bed structures. Rooms without modular furniture may be eligible for the construction of elevated beds. To see if your hall has modular furniture, visit the Hall Profiles.

** PLEASE NOTE: NOT ALL MODULAR FURNITURE LOOKS THE SAME AS THE PICTURES ABOVE; DIFFERENT VARIATIONS OF MODULAR FURNITURE EXIST ON CAMPUS -- THE MOST RECENT IS PICTURED.

IMPORTANT: All modular furniture must stay in the room to which it is assigned.