Schlüter-Systems Ltd has released 12 new finishes for one of the its longest established profiles for tile and stone, the Schlüter®-JOLLY.
The new additions increase the range of metallic finishes on offer for the 6, 8, 10 and 12.5mm versions of the company’s most popular wall profile.
Following considerable demand from customers, these finishes have been released to the UK market, providing options that contrast or blend with wall tiles and also feature matches to the latest fixture and fitting trends in kitchen and bathroom design:
From JOLLY’s beginning in 1981, it has been solving the problem of exposed unglazed tile edges in wall coverings; developing a reputation for smart, high quality finishing across a wide range of installations.
The release of the new finishes gives architects, specifiers and tilers new tools needed to assist their creativity, helping avoid the need to source profiles from various manufacturers.
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