Along with clinical settings, this type of sealed surface is also very often the material of choice for schools or other areas where cleanliness is of high priority.
According to Pantone, the colours to use anywhere and everywhere this year include an unmissable vibrant yellow colour they’ve called Illuminating, and a trusty hue named Ultimate Gray.
We all want the materials we fill our house and homes with to work as hard as we do – if not harder. And if there’s one highly innovative and alternative material that’s up to the task, it’s FENIX.
Instilling calm, confidence and connection – Classic Blue – Pantone’s 2020 Colour of the Year, might just be the hue the new decade needed. Here's how to use it in your next project.
Since lockdown, this enforced time indoors has given many of us a chance to make some improvements to our home. From kitchen units to shelves and paneling to bespoke home office spaces, we’ve seen an increase in the number of enquiries from DIY enthusiasts and professionals looking to add to their space.
A tradesperson is only as good as their tools, right? Which is why, at Perfect Panels, we pride ourselves on using only the best when it comes to computer numerical controlled (CNC) machining.
Here at Perfect Panels we’re beyond pleased to see our name in print.
In the April edition of Woodworking News, Perfect Panels managing director, Neville Sykes, reveals how the idea for the business came about and how the concept differs from others of its kind.
You know how the saying goes: new season, new décor (or something like that).
And it looks like the design trend for this year is all about taking inspiration from natural elements.
We’re talking about woodgrain surfaces, marvellous marble creations and reproductions of granite and ceramic.