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In the market for super new flooring? Flowcrete have you covered


The retail sector is a complex world, with each outlet often having different flooring requirements. While shopping centres may lean more towards aesthetics, supermarkets need to blend the decorative with the durable. Whether undertaking a flooring installation as part of a new-build or refurbishment project, time is always of the essence. Retail outlets cannot afford long periods of unprofitable downtime and so often need a new floor overnight to avoid losing business and inconveniencing customers. Luckily, there are several systems within the market that allow for a quick installation. Resins that incorporate methyl methacrylate (MMA), a catalyst for speeding up the rate of cure are particularly ideal, with some systems taking just two to three hours to fully cure. Finding fast curing systems that can also endure the daily challenges inherent in supermarkets may seem like no easy task, but Flowcrete UK offer a range of flooring systems that deliver an attractive finish underfoot and can be installed under a quick turnaround. One such system that is ideally suited to the main concourse of supermarkets is the decorative Flowfast Terrosso.


01270 753000 www.flowcrete.co.uk Glow+ sliding system is a silent operator


Glow+, a sliding system for wardrobes with two, three or more overlapping doors, is now equipped with a revolutionary magnetic damping system that decelerates the opening and closing action and delivers an extremely fluent and silent movement. This innovative solution sets a new standard of silent and smooth sliding movement by eliminating the typical noise and resistance produced by spring-action dampers and enables the door to be easily opened. Glow+ can be used both with wooden doors and aluminium-framed doors, with a maximum weight of 70 kg. Furthermore, with the use of an optional additional strengthening kit, the system can impressively carry doors up to 100 kg. Assembling Glow+ is very easy and intuitive. It can be installed with screws or automatically with pressure- fixed clips. The system can also be equipped with a magnetic cover that provides further aesthetic enhancement. For further information on the SALICE product range please visit their website.


www.saliceuk.co.uk Shine bright with gold mosaics


Gold mosaics have been chosen for designs over centuries as gold is an incredibly strong, precious metal that is immune to oxidation and so provides both strength and long lasting beauty. Orsoni, a TREND Group brand, which is a traditional Venetian producer of glass mosaics, gold mosaics and Venetian enamel, is encouraging the use of gold in today’s modern world.


The company’s beautiful portfolio of gold leaf tesserae is made in the last furnace permitted to operate with fire in Venice. Orsoni’s gold offerings are ideal for luxurious, high end buildings such as hotels, spas, grand residences and world-leading commercial premises.


www.trend-group.com Keller’s beautiful Blonde Oak kitchen


Keller makes use of beautiful Blonde Oak cabinetry with model, GL2000. The units can be complemented with modern man-made materials, such as a cool concrete-look worktop (as pictured), or a bright coloured splashback (as pictured). Open cupboards can be combined with wall-hung shelving to


make the most of an open-plan or broken-plan kitchen scheme to increase space and storage. Designers can also add a rail or shelving to frontless cupboards to create quirky storage spaces which makes homeowners’ most used items easily accessible.


www.kellerkitchens.com Concrete-style worktops from Königstone


Industrial style finishes, such as concrete, remain popular at kitchen design shows and, with Königstone’s new Concrete Collection of worktops, homeowners can easily bring this current trend into their homes. The four shades in this range – Shell, Fossil, Sand and


Clay – expand on the existing 24 colours from the König Quartz worktop portfolio. Perfect for adding style to the kitchen, the striking new worktops echo on-trend industrial materials. In a matt finish, they are hardwearing and scratch and stain resistant. The easy-to- maintain quartz surfaces also have a luxurious tactile feel.


info@konigstone.co.uk Go Green with Granite worktops


One of the hottest interior design trends is recycled glass worktops made from recovered post-industrial and post-consumer waste material that would otherwise go to landfill. Granite & TREND Transformations’ offers worktops and surfaces which contain up to 72 per cent post-


consumer recycled glass made from used lager, wine and mineral water bottles. Aimed at the ‘eco chic’ marketplace, the designs display their environmental credentials by featuring glass fragments bonded together with a clear polymer resin, to create beautiful worktops that are extremely tough, heat, stain and scratch resistant, and sustainable.


www.granitetransformations.co.uk


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