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COMPONENTS INCLUDING LIGHTING


Components – A look at current and future trends


he components market has seen some major developments in recent years and looks set to continue to provide innovative solutions to products that meet consumer and trade customer needs.


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Innovations in lighting technologies, storage solutions, drawer units and hinges all play a huge role in improving consumer experience and ultimately the satisfaction they gain from using and interacting with the kitchen.


Comment by Mark Smith Product Expert, HPP


Energy efficient lighting is now an absolute must for most savvy consumers, with this technology now being mainstream as consumers become wiser to the available options and more conscious of energy consumption as bills continue to rise.


The use of energy efficient lighting such as LED spot lights and strip-lighting allow not only to reduce energy usage, but also allow for the kitchen design to become more innovative and interesting, allowing different moods to be set at


the touch of a button thanks to colour changing LED technology and easier ‘zoning’ of the space. These innovations mean that a seemingly ‘standard’ kitchen could be totally transformed thanks to the lighting used in its formation. Consumers’ interaction with their kitchen is also key, which is why components such as the Blum Legrabox & Space Tower drawer systems are becoming much more popular, as they are space efficient, smooth to use and excellent for organising those difficult kitchen items. The future of kitchen lighting, components and appliances look set to become more automated, giving consumers the ability to control, program and use their electrically operated kitchen products from anywhere in the world via their smart phone or tablet.


Whilst the technology already exists in different forms currently, the market has some way to go, and when it does meet those difficult consumer demands, the kitchen will be a much more exciting place design and be part of.


HPP – A One Stop Shop for Components H


ill’s Panel Products (HPP) has over 25 years’ experience of delivering reliable solutions to businesses of all shapes and sizes in the KBB & Fitted


Furniture sectors. Over this time they have built a range of components that covers everything required in today’s market place.


As a major distributor of Blum products they are able to offer their entire range of products along with lots of time saving options such as pre- assembled drawer packs. They also have a recently updated handles range including almost 200 new handles in on-trend styles and finishes. Also recently appointed as a Blanco partner they have a select collection of sink & tap packs in addition to their pre-existing Reginox range. Every Sensio product is also available ensuring that all the latest lighting technologies are well and truly covered. What’s more is that every item is available for next day nationwide delivery, coupled with their extensive range of Board and Doors they really are a one stop shop for all of your fitted furniture needs.


All of these products and more are covered in their new 450 page catalogue, you can request your free copy today by calling or visiting the website.


0161 620 5656 www.hpponline.co.uk/catalogue


42 BKU MAY 2018


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