Guests to modern hotels, bars, clubs and restaurants are looking for something special for their money, and the interior decor of such establishments – from bedrooms through to reception and leisure areas – should reflect the glitzy mood and excitement of modern day living, with gloss surfaces being one of the most effective ways to achieve this.
From leading international board and surfacing manufacturer, Finsa, comes a brand new and striking high gloss surface called Fibraplast LUCENT.
The trend towards high gloss in recent times looks like it will continue to grow with increasing demand, especially as discerning guests recognise an element of luxury and style in hospitality venues that they wouldn’t necessarily experience during day-to-day living.
The new Fibraplast LUCENT product takes high gloss into a new dimension, particularly due to an exclusive breakthrough in new technology from Finsa.
The new manufacturing process not only produces the sophisticated surface quality and high gloss level, but also the unparalleled levels of scratch and UV resistance levels.
The substrate for the unblemished gloss surface is Finsa’s superior grade MDF board which guarantees precision machining properties, including cut edges to perfectly accept complementary edging decors and materials.
Fibraplast LUCENT is available in a wide range of both rich and subtle woodgrains, as well as a full palette of scintillating solid colours.
Furthermore other high gloss products are more expensive or often require secondary manufacturing processes – pressing laminate onto the baseboard, sanding or priming and lacquering – Fibraplast LUCENT is manufactured in a single process and competitively priced to be ready to use. All of this is a major boon to architects, specifiers and interior designers.
It goes without saying that the striking visual effect of Fibraplast LUCENT will be a major contribution to modern interiors and gives designers an entirely new string to their bows.
As with all Finsa products, Fibraplast LUCENT can be supplied with PEFC certification on request and is available in standard sheet sizes of 2800 x 2400 x 18mm.