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SPACE SAVING


Franke’s Box Center sink offers ergonomic and space-saving design


Reginox’s Ohio Tapwing is small but perfectly formed


Reginox’s Ohio Tapwing stainless steel sink offers a stylish space-saving solution. Combining a contemporary, sleek


and eye-catching appearance with ease of maintenance, this small but perfectly formed sink measures just 400mm x 400mm and, with an 180mm deep bowl, still allows plenty of room for washing up. Ohio Tapwing features a sharp angular design softened by a very


small radius, which enables maximum use of the sink space, whilst a gently sloping base helps to ensure particularly easy cleaning.


It is suitable


for either integrated or semi- integrated installation. For further information contact Reginox.


01260 280033 email sales@reginox.co.ukwww.reginox.co.uk


Franke’s Box Center sink boasts a multi-tasking design that cleverly integrates two spacious bowls and high-quality accessories which can be neatly stowed away when not in use. This leaves the workspace organised and uncluttered, delivering streamlined looks ideal for large, open plan spaces and compact kitchens where the worksurface area can be at a premium. Crafted in premium stainless


steel, the innovative double bowl sink features a spacious main bowl for everyday use. Its second compartment bowl incorporates chef quality knives, knife holder, stainless steel strainer bowl, food preparation platter, chopping board and wire rack. The inset sink features the easy installation Slim-Top low-profile


design ensuring a streamlined, contemporary aesthetic. The Box Center measures 860 x 510mm, fits an 900mm cabinet and features Franke’s unique push-button pop- up waste, which automatically drains the sink water away. A video showing the Box


Center in use and all its features can be watched on Franke’s YouTube channel www.youtube.com/ukfranke.


0161 436 6280 www.franke.co.uk


Shelf – The runner for pull-out shelves from Salice S


alice offer many innovative, functional and space saving furniture options


which incorporate aesthetic appeal to complement the wide range of interiors available today.


One such clever use of space is Shelf, the


bottom-fixed runner for pull-out shelves, which is now available with a lock-open function. A simple magnetic accessory significantly increases the functionality of the runner. It is now possible for the shelf to be held at its maximum opening position in order to use it as an additional fixed work surface which can accommodate small domestic appliances such as kettles or food mixers. It is then sufficient to apply a simple and firm pressure on the frontal to release the shelf and allow the runners to bring it back to its closed position.


The lock-open device can be used together


with Shelf runners, both with Smove decelerated closing and with Push opening. For larger shelves or particularly heavy loads,


additional lock-open devices can be added thereby increasing the sop strength and improving stability of the shelf used as a work surface. Please telephone for further information on the SALICE product range.


01480 413831 www.saliceuk.co.uk


48 BKU AUGUST 2019


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