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BEST OF BRITISH


The Cooker Hood Specialists


Signature- the Best of British from Mereway L


eading kitchen and bathroom manufacturer Mereway is proud of its reputation as a quality British brand. Mereway’s extensive range of furniture caters for British tastes in terms of style and function, and the new stunning Signature collection is a great example.


Signature offers a new interpretation of a traditional in-frame shaker door with a contemporary take on a traditional design. Crafted from a single piece, this means that the shaker door will not develop whisper lines and this, coupled with the contemporary colour palette and iconic pieces, makes it a distinctive


collection that showcases the very best of British craftsmanship.


The range content includes a variety of tall cupboards, larders, dressers and open shelving options, ideally suited to creating bespoke solutions and individual living kitchens for the most discerning of families.


Attention to detail is a feature of the collection from the feature butt hinges, dovetail joints wooden drawers and the profile plinth shoes, all designed to add style and class to the finished design.


A variety of bespoke solutions are available which can be ordered through a dedicated


technical team based in Birmingham. Signature has been developed as part of the Mereway English Revival collection and upholds all the values and characteristics that this range of British kitchens is renowned for, these being quality, individuality and bespoke solutions. Visit www.merewaykitchens.co.uk to see the complete Signature collection.


0800 028 4466 www.merewaykitchens.co.uk


BUSHBOARD Omega Laminate Worktops Provide Tangible Environmental Benefits with Sanitized®


University in Newcastle upon Tyne, said consumers may be wasting money on antibacterial wipes and sprays because common germs, which can replicate themselves in just 20 minutes, quickly recolonise back to original mass even if just one single cell is left over. Neil Horton, commercial director of Bushboard says antibacterial laminate surfaces should be considered seriously when specifiying new kitchens and bathrooms. Worksurfaces were identified by Good Housekeeping recently as a leading harbour for germs. Not usually available on solid wood, or granites andf marbles Bushboard’s new Omega collection provides antibacterial protection. Bushboard Omega worksurfaces incorporate Sanitized® Actifresh that deters the growth of bacteria. It’s odourless, non-toxic and reduces microbe and bacteria growth by 99%.


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Bushboard, as the UK’s leading producer of laminate work surfaces reintroduced the Omega collection recently with genuine innovations in edging design, new finishes, and decors as well as new profiles. Designed and manufactured right


here in the UK, the entire Bushboard Omega worksurface and splashback range is guaranteed for the working life of the product.


6 BKU MAY 2018 BEST OF BRITISH EDITION


r Clare Lanyon, a biomedical scientist from Northumbria


01933 232 242 www.bushboard.co.uk


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