• Forbo’s Tessera Nexus: connect. Communicate. Collaborate

    Drawing on the close relationship between office layout and employee interaction, Forbo Flooring Systems has launched a new carpet tile collection that reflects the trend towards connectivity: Tessera Nexus.

  • BEDS at January Furniture Show increases

    Introduced to January Furniture Show in 2019 and returning by visitor request in 2020, BEDS@JFS will feature over 20 well known dedicated bed, mattress and sleeping accessory brands.

  • The Icing on the Cake

    Neolith® was specified throughout the interior of master pâtissier Cédric Grolet’s Paris apartment.

  • Redecorating your B&B

    There is nothing more soul-destroying for a B&B owner than to hear their beloved business is looking tired and in need of a bit of TLC. Don't be overwhelmed by the idea of updating or redecorating - it can be fun to inject a bit of life into your surroundings.

  • BETTE BATHROOM PRODUCTS’ SUSTAINABILITY CONFIRMED

    Glazed titanium-steel bath, shower tray and washbasin manufacturer, Bette, has had the sustainability of its products confirmed by a new Environmental Product Declaration (EPD).

  • Smeg extends its colour-pop Portofino range, inspired by the Italian Riviera

    Luxury Italian appliance brand Smeg is excited to announce a selection of new additions to itscolour-pop Portofino range.

  • Bending the rules, then creating a timeless set of new ones: The evolving icons of Thonet

    2019 has been a benchmark year for one of the world’s most distinctive and influential furniture brands. Two hundred years ago, carpenter Michael Thonet started a furniture making enterprise in Boppard-Rhein, Germany. Having mastered the art of curving wood, he went on to create a simple yet elegant chair made from six parts of bentwood (plus ten screws and two nuts) which would revolutionise the furniture industry. This new design established the foundation for serial mass production, as when disassembled into its individual parts, thirty-six chairs could be packed into a shipping crate then delivered throughout the world.

  • Flexible options with Loose lay LVT Unite, designed to combine

    As specifiers look for more flexibility when choosing flooring options for projects, a combination of LVT and carpet tile is a popular choice. Bringing together the look of refined wood, stone and concrete in neutral and bright shades and tones, Shaw Contract’s new Loose lay LVT collection Unite turns demanding areas into beautiful spaces.

  • Craven Dunnill Invests in Infrastructure and Logistics for the Long-Term

    Craven Dunnill Group, the leading tile distributor and manufacturing group, has opened a new warehouse facility, expanding its stockholding capacity by 60%, as part of its long-term growth strategy and focus on delivering award-winning customer service. The new warehouse set-up at its Bridgnorth headquarters streamlines product handling and will enable the continued increase in stocked product lines, including ever-larger tile formats, and improved efficiencies for the benefit of customers.

  • Craven Dunnill Group Appoints New Managing Director

    Simon Howells is appointed as the new managing director of the Craven Dunnill Group, the tile distributor and manufacturing group, as of August 1st. The fifth generation of the Howells’ family to be involved in the business, he steps up from his previous role as commercial director, which he has held for the last three years.

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