ISA-UK member Antalis at Cruise Ship Interior Expo

Antalis (Stand 426) will be bringing substrate inspiration to the Cruise Ship Interior Expo, which takes place at London ExCel on 30th November and 1st December 2022, by showcasing some key surface materials and products targeted at marine interiors.

The Cruise Ship Interiors Expo event celebrates design, innovation and is the place to be for cruise ship interior insight and inspiration!

Antalis will be showcasing its range of printable and customisable media materials, demonstrating the possibilities of print in ship interiors. Antalis’ Specification Consultants will be on hand with advice and ideas for creating unique and personalised spaces.

Antalis’ stand will display an extensive portfolio of products ideally suited for use in ship interiors.

Coala Interior Film is a collection of aesthetic self-adhesive finishes, which create the illusion of raw materials without the complexities of construction. With over 470 easily applied film finishes available, from wood, leather, marble and stone to metallic, glitter, fabric and solid colour categories, the options are endless. The Coala Interior Film range can help to limit waste by transforming existing walls and furniture and comes with IMO marine and Euroclass B-s 1-d0 certification as well as a 10-year warranty.

Visitors to the stand will also see Coala Windows Décor, Coala WallDesign, Coala Walk & Wall and Coala Floor & Wall. Whatever the requirement, from window, wall or floor, the Coala range offers solutions to enhance, change or update any marine interior environment, allowing the quick, convenient and cost-effective reinvention of spaces.

Claire White, Specification Consultant at Antalis comments; “We very much look forward to exhibiting at the Cruise Ship Interiors Expo event. Our extensive portfolio aims to inspire visitors, by offering an exceptionally high standard and choice of media to consider when making design decisions about aesthetics, texture or personalisation for truly unique ship interiors.”