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PRODUCTS | Kitchen trends Kitchen trends


A look at what’s new in the hub of the modern home Compiled by: Vicki Evans


CHUBBSAFES | EverydaySafe


The EverydaySafe from Chubbsafes has specifi cally been designed to be integrated into kitchen, wardrobe and bedroom cabinets. As it is integrated into the furniture, Chubbsafes says it is a more secure option for homeowners as it is not recognised as a safe. The safe can be opened by either a fi ngerprint scanner or an app. It is also said to take only 30 minutes to install. Tel: 01902 904030 www.everydaysafe.com


ABODE | Atlas Quad and Pico Quad


Abode has extended several of its most popular tap ranges to include a quad spout version. The Atlas Quad, which is pictured, and the Pico Quad are now available in this new confi guration. Both taps are available in four fi nishes – chrome, brushed nickel, matt black and brushed brass. The models are also available with a swan-style spout. Both are said to suit contemporary or classical designs. Tel: 01226 283434 www.abode.eu


DESIGN HACKS


How to automate wall mouldings in your Virtual Worlds design


Daniel Kirkbright, training manager at Virtual Worlds, explains how to make architectural changes in your design, without having to change wall mouldings


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t Virtual Worlds, we think the details matter and we do this, so you don’t have to. Our design


software has a system in place for architectural features, which allows you to automatically apply wall mouldings to your entire design dynamically. This system updates itself if you make architectural changes, which saves you so much time when compared with other CAD software. Furthermore, the system is smart, in that it will mitre the corners of wall mouldings automatically, keeping the design looking professional without you constantly having to make these changes manually.


Using the ‘Architectural Elements’ feature You might not always include features such as coving, plinth blocks, dado rails, and skirting


boards in your product range.


Perhaps this comes from your installer, meaning there’s no profi t to be made by adding them into your designs – it’s purely for the benefi t of your customer. So why waste time correcting these features? The Virtual Worlds automated system will take care of this for you. It couldn’t be simpler. You can select the


‘Architectural Elements’ catalogue found in the ‘Generic’ section of Virtual Worlds catalogues to apply and use these features.


You can also view a video that explains this Design Hack at www.kbbreview/virtualworlds.


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METHVEN | Five new taps Methven has


launched


ROTPUNKT | Clay Dark fi ve new kitchen taps:


Dunston (pictured), Matheson, Hawei, Ellesmere Matte Black, and Ellesmere Chrome and Black. All of the new models have a fl ow rate of


six litres per


minute, which is in line with Methven’s environmental commitments. Each has its own unique look and should suit contemporary designs. They have a 20-year warranty and are Wras-approved. Tel: 0800 195 1602 www.methven.com


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Rotpunkt has released several new products to fi t in with the ongoing trend for industrial styling and darker tones. The fi rst is the Clay Dark colourway in the Xtreme laminate fi nish. It has an anti-fi ngerprint surface, which is said to be hard-wearing. Another new addition is ceiling frames. This canopy system gives extra storage space above kitchen islands and can be integrated with an extractor. Tel: 074151 13946 www.rotpunktuk.com


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For more information, please e-mail sales@ virtualworlds.co.uk or call 01908 663848.


· March 2021


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