Fibo UK has introduced a new ‘hidden’ corner profile for use with its kitchen and bathroom wall panel system, offering a complete tile effect.
The addition of this new corner profile means that while original plastic or aluminium corner profiles overlap the wall panels, the new option can be installed behind them.
Once sealant is applied, the internal profile is completely hidden from view, so the join looks the same as if the wall were traditionally tiled and grouted – as well as being totally waterproof. The new profile can be used with all of Fibo’s wall panels.
Scott Beattie, Managing Director at Fibo UK, comments on the new profile: “We’ve always said that wall panels make stylish, durable interiors accessible for everyone, and the last few years have seen a big increase in demand with greater interest in different designs and finishes. These new profiles work well in wet rooms and are ideal for people who want a more discreet, seamless look. It also means more choice for stockists and customers, as our brushed aluminium standard profiles remain popular.”
Fibo UK Limited,
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