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Homelux creates On Trend tile trims stand offer

March 2020

Expert tile accessory brand Homelux has launched a new stand offer for retailers containing a wide range of tile trims - from white PVC to its luxury metal ‘On Trend Tile Trim’ line.

The bay is designed to be retailer friendly and is available in 1ft, 2ft, and 4ft options.  The eye-catching unit showcases tile trims with a live display to demonstrate how they can provide a quality finish to any tiling project.

Colours in the ‘On Trend’ range include Gun Metal Grey, Champagne, Brushed Black and Copper, ensuring consumers can find the perfect finish for their tiling project.  The colours of the premium tile trims also complement the range of Homelux mosaic tiles in the marketplace.

The bay also features Homelux’s new After Fit tile trim, which can be retrofitted to existing, exposed tiles to provide a more contemporary finish - using only adhesive or silicone.   The trim is fast for consumers to fit and is perfect for a range of applications including renters looking to refresh without significant investment.

Jeni Brookes, UK Sales Director, said: “This selection of tile trims brings something for everyone, whether they’re on a budget or looking for the latest trend to revitalise their bathroom or kitchen.   Our product and sales teams are constantly visiting trade shows and international fairs both for inspiration and to keep up to date with the latest trends.”

Homelux is part of QEP, a leading manufacturer and supplier of tiling equipment, flooring, tools, hardware and accessories. Other brands in the QEP group include Vitrex, Kraus Flooring UK, Plasplugs and Roberts.

For your nearest retailer or to stock the range, please call 01283 245430.

More at: https://homelux.co.uk

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