Bricos extends Kiribati into block outs
Comprising six block out fabrics, the Kiribati Block Out range also features two new colours, Miami and Milan. According to Bricos national sales manager Mark Wood, the arrival of Kiribati Block Out promised to prove successful with customers, enhancing the versatility of Bricos Group’s roller, Roman and panel glide collection.
“Kiribati is among our best-loved blind fabrics and we are delighted that we are now able to supply a first-class block out product that performs at the optimum level our customers have come to expect.”
Featuring a textured surface and available in a range of warm colours, Kiribati was one of the more popular blind fabrics from The Bricos Group’s roller, Roman and panel glide collection, he added. Its key points of difference included designer appeal, good hang and smooth rolling qualities, even at the maximum width of 280cm.
“We have taken our time in the development of the coating process and we are delighted with the result that ensures that Kiribati Block Out hangs and rolls superbly, but most importantly delivers a weave that is absolutely square, for the best possible window presentation,” he said.
The release of the six block out colours allowed a seamless flow of window coverings from room to room; from translucents for entertaining zones to privacy coated or block out options for rooms where total light control was required.
Available in 280 cm width, Kiribati is 100 per cent Polyester to ensure stability and durability for the life of the window covering. The fabric features a non-flocked backing to further enhance smooth rolling, with a smooth, easy-clean finish.
released: Thursday, August 11, 2011
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