As an architect you know that finishing the interior elements of a project to a high standard usually involves a lot of work and can come with an equally high price tag. It doesn’t always have to be this way however. Interior film offers an easier and more cost effective way to transform spaces. Continue reading
Interior film is starting to become a popular choice with architects. Its many features and benefits are making it the preferred alternative to more traditional materials in both new build and refurbishment projects.
So what are the features that are making interior film the go to product for architects? Continue reading
Adding texture to the walls can create a luxurious and sumptuous quality to your room, whether it is the natural texture of wood, leather or stone, or a more decorative texture such as that of fabric. The cost of lining your walls in these materials can be prohibitive though, not to mention often somewhat impractical. There is a better alternative, giving you a huge range of textures and prints without the accompanying expense or difficulty of application. Continue reading
As the new year approaches, there’s plenty of online buzz regarding the design and colour trends that are likely to be showing up in our homes in 2018. Whether you’re planning a complete interior decorating overhaul or just want to update a room or two with some new accessories, here’s an overview of some of the trends that are being forecast to help you find the ones that best suit you. Continue reading
Edge banding is a decorative material that is used to cover and seal the exposed edges of furniture and carpentry items. It is generally used on plywood, MDF and melamine coated particleboard to hide the ugly ends and can be used to give the item the appearance of being made from a better material, most often real wood. Continue reading