Lakes has announced the introduction of a new 8-page rollfold to support the launch of its premium stone resin shower trays.
The rollfold continues the lifestyle theme of Lakes’ main ‘Designed for Life’ brochure for consistency in look and impact.
Lakes Stone is a suite of stylish stone resin trays available in a choice of four sizes and three on-trend colours to suit rectangular showering spaces across Lakes’ Island, Coastline and Classic Collections. The innovative trays feature a premium matt finish with a through-colour, so its elegant and smooth looks are not affected if the tray is accidentally
The 30mm trays are anti-slip and anti-bacterial. A non-porous surface prevents mould or bacteria forming in the joints or beneath the surface – a quick wipe is all that is required to keep the trays clean and looking good. The trays are also easy to fit and can be inset into the floor, making them an ideal solution for a wide range of projects. All Lakes Stone
trays are backed by a 10-year guarantee.
Lakes Sales & Marketing Director, Mike Tattam, comments: “Our focus is on product developments that help our merchants and stockist customers create stunning displays and achieve the utmost impact in their showrooms. It’s easy to focus on just one or two elements of a showering space, but the ultimate showering experience comes from a
combination of glass, hardware, frame and the floor. So our priority is on delivering high-quality solutions in all these areas so our customers can maximise their sales opportunities and stand out.”
Tel: 01684 853 870
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