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Above: Formica Rigato. Right: LV gold leaf by Armourcoat for Louis Vuitton, New Bond Street. Inset from top: COBA entrance matting; DuPont Zodiaq at Aldo Coppola’s new salon; Strand by Formica.


Central to the salon interior is an angular


and elongated table providing multi-functional space for the salon’s diverse needs. This centrepiece design harmonises DuPont Zodiaq, the radiant and sophisticated quartz surface, with a mirror polished stainless steel base. The non-porous and stain-resistant countertop has a lasting glossy finish that needs no further sealants or treatments and is ideal for withstanding the range of applications used in the hair and beauty industry. Entrance systems are a great way of


keeping floors looking their best. Foot traffic, wheelchairs and prams will bring in a lot of dirt, especially in the winter months.


14 ‘A well designed entrance area with


good quality entrance matting that can withstand high volumes of footfall is essential for several reasons. Not only will it help to protect interior floor surfaces from soiling damage or scuffing, it is also essential for safety underfoot to reduce slipping,’ explains Chris Stanley, UK Sales Manager at COBA Europe. Slipping, especially in retail, is a huge


concern and an issue that is being promoted in the HSE’s Shattered Lives Campaign to raise awareness of the problem. ‘I think it is easy to think about entrance matting as just a product that helps to stop dirt or moisture from footwear from being walked into shops,’


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