INTERIOR INSPIRATION BLANCO’s new online dealer portal

Allowing quick and easy access to pricing, a new dealer portal has been launched by BLANCO on its website. The portal also provides retailers with online product ordering, the latest details of product availability and order status, together with downloadable marketing materials on BLANCO’s extensive range of kitchen sinks and taps, induction hobs, extractor hoods and accessories. The password protected area is available via personalised log-in

details and is designed to support BLANCO’s partners by providing easy, time-saving access to up-to-date and individually tailored product information. Howarth at home puts kitchens on display

Howarth At Home, a specialist division of Howarth Timber and Building Supplies, has showcased its beautiful kitchen designs to homeowners at the Homebuilding and Renovating Show in Harrogate. At the Harrogate Convention Centre 3rd

-5th November, the Homebuilding

and Renovating Show brought together self-build specialists, renovation experts and leading brands under one roof, making it the ideal venue for Howarth At Home’s beautiful kitchen collection. Visitors to the show saw an example of one of Howarth At Home’s stunning kitchen designs on stand M128, giving them a first-hand view of the quality and choice on offer. What’s more, Howarth At Home offered visitors to the stand a £1,000 voucher to put towards their new kitchen, a Caple 300mm wine cooler WI3121 and vouchers for cookery lessons at the Peter Sidwell Cookery School. The stand featured a fully-fitted kitchen, complete with floor and wall units, built-in appliances and a dining area, so visitors could get a tangible sense of how the kitchen would enhance their own home. What’s more, a dedicated kitchen designer was available throughout the show to discuss specific projects and offer advice. As well as showcasing the Howarth At Home collection, visitors to Howarth Timber’s stand could find inspiration for their home, inside and out. Ultra Matt Anthracite for cool kitchen space

Ready to embrace 2018’s hot new trend for super matt surfaces? Keller’s Ultra Matt finish is the ultimate incarnation that will ensure this subtly sophisticated look is no fleeting fad. Always ahead of the curve, Keller’s Ultra Matt doors use the latest nanotechnology-based coatings to ensure they are as easy to clean as their glossy counterparts. Promising fingerprint resistance, alongside the flattest zero-sheen surface possible, Keller’s Ultra Matt doors come

in six design-led colours. From purest Snow, to jet black Carbon, with two shades of grey between; there’s an Ultra Matt shade for all. White and Loam have just been added to the collection for 2018. Build Aviator launched

Build Aviator, a new solutions provider to the building industry, has been launched to help simplify the build process for new build, extension, conversion and change of use projects. Build Aviator has developed unique tools that simplify each stage of construction and decrease desktop hours; so you can spend more time on-site and less time worrying about meeting building regulations. Build Aviator can assist at each stage of your project, from support

at design stage through to on-site testing. For example, Build Aviator can link SAP assessments with its estimating service and support with material procurement through its merchant partners. november/december 2017 13 Unique Calacatta – Perfection of the soul

Unique Calacatta from COMPAC makes it possible to decorate homes, apartments, hotels, restaurants, bars and public spaces with elegant overall compositions that transmit serenity and harmony imbued with personality and style. The natural hardness of quartz comes hand in hand with a waterproof, hygienic finish offering even greater resistance to heat and scratches providing a truly outstanding worksurface. Unique Calacatta’s high

performance capabilities make’s it especially appropriate for intensive use areas such as kitchen and bathroom worksurfaces, floor tiling or wall cladding.


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