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COMPONENTS INCLUDING LIGHTING


Blum achieve their Landmark Retailer target B


lum’s SPACE TOWER unit is making great strides in transforming kitchen larder solutions, and has achieved their target of 200 Landmark Retailers around the UK.


Landmark Retailers are those that have a fully visually merchandised SPACE TOWER in their showroom, and will have received a visit from a Blum Retail Services Representative. The RSRs are on hand to answer any questions retailers might have about visual merchandising, or any of the myriad Blum products available.


All of the fittings used for SPACE TOWER come from the standard range and are backed by the Blum Lifetime Guarantee. As well as the LEGRABOX and TANDEMBOX box systems, wooden drawers can also be used with MOVENTO or TANDEM.


The SPACE TOWER can increase storage by up to 55% over a traditional door and fixed shelf unit, since a SPACE TOWER unit allows just one ‘drawer’ to be pulled out at a time. SPACE TOWER’s clever design means that every scrap of internal space is used, because each drawer pulls out entirely. This means that there is no need for


a ‘void’ area above each drawer to allow for items to be removed. SPACE TOWER can also provide a solution to the ‘hidden kitchen’ idea, providing a slick exterior that looks sleek and sophisticated, whilst opening up to reveal enough storage space to cater for every culinary requirement. To find out more about this innovative product, or to speak to a member of the Retail Services Team, please go to www.spacetower.co.uk


01908 285700 www.blum.com


THE KIT


KITCHENCOLLECTION COLLECTION


44 BKU MAY 2018


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