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  • Introduction to blinds
    Blinds provide solar shading, privacy and a decorative window dressing. They are used in domestic properties as well as commercial / public interiors such as hotels, offices and schools. Blinds for aviation applications...
  • Introduction to suspended and ceiling lights
    Ambient ceiling lighting is specified by architects or services engineers in commercial or public buildings such as offices, schools, hospitals and large retail environments. These products include suspended ceiling lights,...
  • Introduction to washroom / changing room cubicles
    Cubicle systems can be specified as a toilet cubicle, when used for public washrooms or as a changing cubicle, for use in sports centres, swimming pools or workplaces. The most common panel material is plain or...
  • Introduction to co-ordinated bathroom accessories
    Bathroom accessories can be specified to create a co-ordinated look in a design scheme. They will feature a consistent style and design throughout the range, as well as common materials and finish such as chrome, stainless...
  • Introduction to taps and mixers
    Taps and mixers can be specified for their appearance and design as much as their function, particularly for interiors such as domestic bathrooms, hotels, and bars. For busy public buildings such as schools, sports...
  • Introduction to showers
    Showers are used in private houses, hotels and other accommodation such as student residences, as well as in commercial / public settings such as swimming pools or changing rooms. Mixer showers mix water from the hot and...
  • Introduction to door knobs
    Door knobs can be specified as stand-alone units, or to complement co-ordinated ranges of door furniture, door hardware or other architectural ironmongery. Mortice knobs can be fitted to both locking and non-locking internal...
  • Introduction to fires and stoves
    Fires and stoves have increased in efficiency in recent years. Modern fires and stoves are now specified for domestic interiors where traditionally an open fireplace was used. Stoves can be fuelled by burning wood, solid...
  • Introduction to hand dryers
    Hand dryers are a more economic and environmentally friendly alternative to paper towel dispensers in public toilets. Push-button hand dryers supply warm air at the push of a button, and automatically cut out after a set...
  • Introduction to banquette / booth seating
    Banquette / booth seating enables private seating areas to be created for large groups in restaurants, cafes, pubs and clubs. Booths can also make use of redundant wall space and be used to divide rooms. They can be...
  • Introduction to shower heads / jets / rails
    Shower heads, jets and rails can be specified independently of a shower valve or mixer unit so that the shower configuration can be customised. Hand showers are hand-held units that can be removed from the wall. They are...
  • Introduction to floor lamps
    Designer floor lamps are commonly specified for domestic living areas but contract products will be suitable for commercial interiors, such as hotels, reception areas, restaurants and bars. Types can vary widely, with some...
  • Introduction to interior wood finishes
    Wood stains and finishes are suitable for use on hardwoods and softwoods, including cladding, furniture, floors, doors and other internal timber fittings. Water based, solvent based, oil based and resin based compositions...
  • Introduction to worktops
    Worktops can be specified in a choice of materials to suit specific applications such as domestic kitchens, commercial serveries, bars and laboratories. Laminates are economical and resistant to heat and impact. They can be...
  • Introduction to upholstery fabrics
    Fabrics are used in interior design for furniture upholstery, curtains, blinds and soft furnishing accessories such as cushions and lampshades. Contract fabrics are specified in commercial / leisure, education or healthcare...