Thursday, 16 January 2014

New: White Gloss Reception Counter

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One of the most common enquiries that we get is for a high gloss finish. Our customers love the idea of the bright, vibrant style but it's not always easy to come across. A strong criticism of gloss finishes is their perceived lack of longevity. They're known for scratching and marking easily, although this isn't always the case if they're properly looked after and treated well.

White gloss receptionNew for 2014, we've introduced a white gloss reception counter which we know you're going to love. It's 2200mm wide by 800mm deep as standard, and can have a 1000mm extension return optionally added to it - which makes it perfect for one or two users.

The white gloss reception really is perfect for adding a fresh and clean finish to your entrance - creating a clinical and professional feel. The raised visitor facing section features a glass counter top to finish it off beautifully and is a really popular aspect of the new reception.

White gloss corner receptionWe're really pleased with this new range, and we know you're going to love the design. Further to the style of the reception, we're also really confident that you'll love everything else about it too: the price (starting at under £990 +VAT), the lead time (often around a week from stock), the ease of assembly (although installation options are also available) and the overall quality of the range means it represents fantastic value for money.

As always, we're available on numerous platforms to help you in any way that you need - so don't hesitate to get in touch by phone, email or on our Livechat if you have any questions at all. Our sales team are relaxed, friendly and never pushy, and we'll be delighted to help!


3 comments:

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