Attendance at the kbb show has been a positive experience for Salice, which exhibited its range of furniture fittings for kitchens, bedrooms and bathrooms at the May Design Series event.
Many visitors to the Salice stand were able to take their first look at the newly-launched Lapis hinge system. Confirming Salice’s lead in innovation, Lapis offers a unique streamlined design that can be customised to suit every door and cabinet, with soft closing and industry-leading adjustment features.
The company’s Futura range of concealed drawer runners, which are now available with a three-way adjustable clip system, also met with favourable comments. Salice personnel explained how the new system allows for tool-free adjustment of the drawer position.
Visitors also appreciated the sleek design and incorporated innovation of Salice’s Bortoluzzi’s new S10 co-planar sliding door system for kitchen cabinets – both wall and base units – which combines technical reliability with the streamlined look and ergonomic advantages sought after by modern designers.
A new pocket door system, Eclipse, was also launched in the UK. Uniquely, Eclipse can be installed, adjusted and removed without removing the end panel.
Walter Gosling from Salice, comments: “We have enjoyed a real buzz at this year’s kbb show, with many visitors to our stand each day. The new Lapis hinge system has created a lot of excitement because it is so innovative – a concealed concealed hinge!
“Already, feedback on the S10 and Eclipse pocket door convinces us that these products have come along at just the right time, and we have many exciting opportunities to follow up on.”