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  • Introduction to heated towel rails
    Heated towel rails are specifically designed for bathrooms and shower rooms in hotels, private houses and other residential developments. They include products for central heating, local electric heating and dual fuel...
  • Introduction to rugs
    Rugs bring interesting colour and pattern to residential and commercial spaces, helping to create a comfortable aesthetic. Standard or bespoke rugs can be manufactured in contemporary or traditional styles to suit a variety...
  • Introduction to murals and paintings
    Specifying murals and paintings for public or commercial enviroments can have a positive effect that artwork can have on the occupants. Where long-term operational costs are a consideration in the intial design brief, the...
  • Introduction to shopfitting and fit-out services
    Refurbishment and refit services are used in the retail sector on a regular basis. Updating the choice of display products, lighting, flooring, furniture and shop layout is used to keep the interior design on trend and...
  • Introduction to reception / break-out seating
    Reception and break-out furniture is used in lobbies, waiting areas, and the parts of an office that are used for breaks and informal meetings. The armchairs, sofas and desks specified for a reception area will be chosen to...
  • Introduction to shower drain outlets
    Shower drain outlets are made for bathrooms and wet rooms in homes, hotels, leisure centres, swimming pools and spas. They clear water from flooring surfaces and have the kind of high-quality grating materials and finishes...
  • Introduction to task / executive seating
    Task and executive seating is ergonomically designed to support the human shape and evenly distribute body weight. This promotes good posture and provides maximum comfort, especially during long periods of sitting. Suitable...
  • Introduction to poseur tables
    Poseur tables are used in bars, pubs, hotels and other hospitality environments for users who are standing or sitting at high stools. They are usually designed to a high specification, to withstand the heavy use typical of...
  • Introduction to LED strip lighting
    After the discovery of electroluminescence in 1907, the first LED light bulb (light-emitting diode) was produced in 1927. Originally developed as part of electrical components in the early 1960s, LED light bulbs are nowadays...
  • Introduction to shower valves / mixers
    Shower valves and mixers blend hot and cold water, and control water flow to the shower head. They operate in the same way as taps, and can have a single monobloc control or dual / twin controls. Exposed shower mixers...
  • 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 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 shower doors and enclosures
    Shower enclosures are used in private houses, hotels and other accommodation such as student residences. They feature an integrated shower tray and a door or fixed screen. The shower door can be hinged, sliding or...
  • Introduction to mosaic floor and wall tiles
    The history of mosaic tiles goes back 4000 years or more. From simple pebble pavements and geometric shapes, mosaic techniques were refined over the centuries, with small manufactured pieces (tesserae) being used to create...
  • Introduction to curtain hanging
    Curtain poles and tracks are fixed to walls or ceilings for hanging curtains. Manual and electric systems are available. Curtain tracks / rails are typically made from metal or plastic, and feature multiple gliders from...