As part of an ongoing investment programme to provide installers with the widest possible choice for design projects, ISA-UK Member William Smith 1832 Group’s Architextural division now offers the full range of Cover Styl architectural finishes.
Combined with the largest stock collection of 3M DI-NOC in the UK, this puts over 1000 patterns at the disposal of installers, including colour, glitter, fabric, wood, stone, marble and metallic, all available off-the-shelf and with next day delivery.
Architextural division Marketing Manager, Lindsay Appleton comments: “This latest stock investment mirrors demand from the industry. It provides an even greater choice of finishes, and means that samples can be accessed quickly and easily.”
“Cover Styl is the fastest growing brand of architectural film in the UK right now. The incredible choice of high end finishes, and competitive prices, means they are a great value engineering option for projects where budgets are tight,” continues Lindsay.
Offering an easy way to upcycle and refresh surfaces, Cover Styl polymeric calendered films are robust and durable for wrapping existing surfaces, and come with a durability of up to 10 years for indoor applications. The on-trend colour selection is ideal for home projects and is often the first choice for kitchen wrapping.
In addition, Architextural offers full support and guidance to installers, with advice on the appropriate choice of finish for a particular substrate, conformability, and durability for each application.
“We also have a fully trained professional team of installation partners that covers every inch of the UK, meaning that we can connect you with someone appropriate, no matter where your next refurbishment may be,” Lindsay adds.
Architextural is leading the market, and is now the largest UK stockist of architectural films, from the two leading brands, 3M DI-NOC and Cover Styl.
To request the new Architextural brochure email firstname.lastname@example.org
To book a training course and become part of the growing installation network visit https://www.williamsmith.co.uk/training/1