Fibo

New on-trend panel designs from Fibo

  • 13 May 2019

Fibo UK, leading manufacturer of high-performance wall panels, has significantly expanded its range of panel designs and colours.

Nine all-new designs have been added, reflecting design trends for marble and natural stone effects, and soft greens and neutrals.

Four further panels (sea blues and greys) that were previously only sold in Europe have also now been introduced to the UK.

The introduction of the new designs coincides with a refresh and rebranding of Fibo’s collections: Scandinavian Tile Effect (replacing Marcato), Contemporary Tile Effect (including previous Classic and Colour Splash ranges), Signature and Timeless.

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Scott Beattie, Managing Director of Fibo, commented: “Our new ranges are pictured in our latest A3 brochure and give stockists, installers, specifiers and contractors more choice than ever when it comes to transforming bathroom and kitchen walls.”

The new designs include four on-trend marble-effect panels in White, Silver Grey, Black and Golden Brown, available with and without grouting lines for a tile effect or a seamless panel wall.

Grey Cement is a warm shade with a silk finish with grouting lines, while Soft Cement is a seamless panel with a slightly cooler tone.

The new extra matt colours are Olive Green, Light Sand and Warm Grey, while London, Sea Breeze, Kingston and Svalbard are blues and greys that have sold well in Europe and have now been introduced to the UK. with both available with and without grouting.

Scott added: “The recent additions are included in our Scandinavian and Contemporary Tile Effect Collections, and in our Signature Collection.

“It’s important we support our stockist customers with stand-out products and a wide range to help them sell. Our latest panel designs mean builders and installers now have more choice and more opportunities to transform walls – and their projects – with stylish, durable panels.

“Whether it’s for home improvements, community projects such as schools, or professional settings such as offices, restaurants and hotels, our panel collections help create smart, practical interiors that stay looking good for many years.”

Fibo UK Limited,
Water Meadow House,
Chesham,
Buckinghamshire,
HP5 1LF

01494 771242
[email protected]

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