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IDS to offer a complete surfacing solution at The Surfaces & Materials Show

October 2018

IDS will make its debut at the Surfaces and Materials Show to showcase its expansive portfolio of decorative surfaces.  IDS offers contractors, architects and designers over 12,000 products from more than 40 prestigious surface material brands.

On show will be a wide selection of wall panelling, worksurfaces, flooring, and decorative panel products, with a preview of the IDS interactive visualiser tool on hand to illustrate how they can look in real settings. The full product portfolio will be available in the newly updated Solutions Guide, copies of which will be available on the stand.  

Making its UK debut will be Forescolor; a wood fibre board that is coloured throughout and can be laser cut and 3D routered with a precision finish.  Also on the stand will be CamuStyleTX, from Swiss Krono.  CamuStyleTX is a unique texture which harnesses the aesthetics of natural limestone and open weave fabric, offering a palette of organic and industrial decors.

IDS offers wall and ceiling panelling options that span all design tastes and project budgets, including the recently revamped Showerwall laminate and acrylic collections; PanelStyle, which brings together Splashpanel, Proplas and Proplas Tile PVC wall and ceiling ranges; and ClicWall, the decorative wall panelling solution from Unilin.  

The Tuscan worktop range celebrates the beauty and timeless appeal of solid wood with its enhanced choice of pre-finished oak worksurfaces, while Bushboard’s Evolve is an innovative new worksurface range in an ultra-slim 12.5mm thickness with a solid coloured core. 

More at W: www.idsurfaces.co.uk

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