Hunter Douglas expands palette
The new additions include five new colours in the Plaza Plus Fabric range and eight new colours in the Elements Fabric range, says marketing manager Amelia Clements.
The new Plaza Plus colours have been selected with an interior colour consultant to ensure the range offers colours to suit any interior style, Clements adds, with the palette, including Nighthawk, Hickory, Ginger, Footprint and Clay designed to offer bold neutrals, extending the deeper tones of the range.
Designed as an affordable and practical solution for roller blind and vertical blind applications, Plaza Plus Fabric is regarded as the range of choice and is available in 2.0m, 2.4m and 2.8m roller blind widths as well as 89mm, 100mm & 127mm vertical blind widths, Clements confirms.
“With such a wide range available, it is possible to minimise your scrap rate by choosing Plaza Plus, improving your bottom line.”
Meanwhile, Elements Fabric is now available in 20 colours following the addition of Zurich, Manhattan, Aqua, Uber, Ciao, Athena, Spoon and Pure to the range. A 2.8 metre wide width blockout fabric with a plain woven texture that is soft to touch, Elements also offers “impeccable hanging performance.”
“Elements Fabric provides total privacy and durability in a roller, Roman and panel glide application.”
“Plaza Plus and Elements Fabrics have many additional benefits, including being treated with Sanitized Antimicrobial Protection and Duraguard Fabric Protector, which effectively repels most stain causing agents.”
“Also Plaza Plus and Elements Fabrics have high levels of Fire Retardancy, making them suitable for use in hospitals, schools and health care buildings.”
released: Thursday, August 11, 2011
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