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SOLUS CERAMICS’ SHOWCASE OF STYLE AT BUILD EXPO


THE FLOORING AND TILING SHOWS ACCOMMODATE FOR


EVERYONE The wide variety of exhibitors at this year’s Flooring and Tiling Shows means that visitors across all sectors are catered for, particularly those in the hotel and leisure business.


The shows are taking place simultaneously, from 18th-20th September, at the Harrogate International Centre and are set to be another great success.


Solus Ceramics, supplier of wall and floor tiles, is set to unveil its latest tile ranges at the North England Build Expo 2016 in Manchester later this month.


As the leading construction exhibition for the Northern Powerhouse, North England Build Expo provides Solus Ceramics with a platform to showcase its extensive range of tiling solutions to specifiers, architects and designers.


Visitors to the stand will be able to explore varying designs from Solus Ceramics, including its Modular, Brickwork, Illustrate, Program and Camouflage ranges, in addition to their newest Frontier and Nebulous ranges.


The uncomplicated appearance of the Frontier range encapsulates a simple and effortless design, taking inspiration from a nature-inspired neutral trend, capturing spirited beige hues, warm taupes and sleek grey shades in abundance.


The Nebulous range combines the most attractive qualities of natural stone, liberally populated with stimulating flecks of colour, light and dark speckles and organic cloudy swirls, infusing a sense of character and nature to any space.


Stephen Baker, Sales Director of Solus Ceramics, said: “We’re very excited to be exhibiting at the North England Build Expo 2016. This event provides us with the perfect opportunity to deliver expert design and tile trend advice to industry professionals.


“This year, visitors will be able to experience some of our most well- established ranges, as well as our newest additions to the Solus Ceramics family.”


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Exhibitors from the floor and tile industries will include businesses that offer hardwearing, yet aesthetically pleasing, products that would be perfectly suited to hotels and leisure centres.


Hoteliers, contractors, architects, amongst many other visitors, can take advantage of face-to-face conversations with suppliers and business representatives on what flooring or tiling would be best suited to their needs; be it durability, ease-of- maintenance, visual impact, etc.


Visitors can make the most of the Trends Hub, curated by Scarlet Opus, which brings together an imaginative area showing future trends, colour themes and new products. This is a space where both exhibitors and visitors can gain inspiration and motivation.


There will be seminars running all day throughout the three-day events, and Houzz will play a big part in the seminars. Houzz is a fast-growing website for the interiors sector, both private and commercial, and is now a go- to platform for keeping ideas, contacting professionals and finding products.


Both shows will provide a platform for visitors in the hotel and leisure centre businesses to look around at various options for their refurbishments, renovations and new ventures. This could prove beneficial to eagle-eyed hoteliers and leisure centres looking for new flooring and tiling.


To exhibit at the Tiling Show and to attend the Flooring or Tiling Show please contact Suzy at:


suzy@theflooringshow.com www.theflooringshow.com www.thetilingshow.com


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