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.
Interior film is a self-adhesive finish that can be applied to almost any surface, both flat and irregular, and is shaping the future of both commercial and domestic interior design. It offers an adaptable alternative for finishing most interior surfaces, including walls, ceilings, furniture and more. LG Hausys, manufacturers of interior film in the UK, sum it up perfectly in their strapline, “Complete room modification without disruption”.
One of the main advantages of interior film is that it comes in such a huge variety of finishes and patterns. These include wood and stone, which allow you to transform spaces with a finish that looks expensive, but comes at a fraction of the price. It also allows you to create a stone or wood effect face to surfaces that wouldn’t ordinarily be suitable for these materials. This could be because of the irregularity of the surface or be down to the fact that a wall or ceiling is unable to bear the weight of wood or stone.
Finishes aren’t limited to stone and wood however. The diversity of prints and textures also includes leather, metal and metallic finishes, decorative designs and patterns and a wide range of solid colours. These can all be applied to surfaces made from untreated, electro-galvanised, painted, PVC laminated and stainless steel, aluminium, wood, laminates (melamine and polyester coated), gypsum board, calcium silicate board, asbestos slate, mortar and limestone, plastic and painted substrate amongst others.
Interior Film is easy to install
Designed for flat lamination or profile wrapping, interior film is also very easy to install. The intelligent self-adhesive treatment means that application is quick and leaves no air bubbles, even when wrapped around more ornate surfaces and shapes. This allows you to let your creativity loose with regards to the layout and finishing of interior spaces.
Another advantage is that interior film is very simple to clean and maintain. This makes it ideal for a wide array of different applications, both domestic and commercial, including kitchens, bars, coffee houses, restaurants, hotels, offices and meeting facilities, reception areas, leisure facilities and retail outlets, to name just a few. It creates a finish that is extremely durable but even if damage does occur at some stage, repairs are easy to effect.
These benefits alone make interior film an excellent alternative, but it is also exceptionally cost effective. So for a fraction of the cost of wood and stone finishes it provides a far more versatile solution that not only lasts and lasts but is also easy to keep clean and to maintain. Why would you use anything else?
You can find out more about LG Hausys interior film on our website or feel free to give us a call if you have any questions about how interior film can transform the spaces you design.