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20th October 2017
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Salice proves perfect for LochAnna Kitchens from Faith Furniture
Salice UK tells us it is pleased to have teamed up with Faith Furniture Company to supply its Silentia and Titanium hinges for installation in all units within their LochAnna kitchen range.
Faith Furniture is a specialist in the supply of kitchens and appliances to the KBB industry, serving independent retailers, merchants and the contracts market across the UK - run by a team passionate about kitchens, with over 100 years' combined industry experience.
The company's LochAnna kitchen range offers a stunning collection of 11 kitchen styles, offering every design option from the contemporary to the classic, all available with a wide choice of finish.
Salice's Silentia integrated soft close hinge features a shallow cup depth of only 12mm, which permits the use of this hinge in doors with even the deepest edge profiles. Specifically designed to combine functionality and style, Silentia provides silent and smooth closing action for all types of furniture doors. In addition, it is available for the full range of applications - angled, wide opening and blind corner specification.
Salice was also pleased to provide its Titanium hinge. Aesthetically appealing, Titanium's finish delivers excellent corrosion resistance and blends warm tones with technological and futuristic finishes. Titanium is suitable for use with darker kitchen interiors and the numerous wood tones that are featured in current trends.
"Our business is based on attention to detail - getting everything right first time," notes Paul Jenkinson, managing director of Faith Furniture Company. "Salice operates on the same basis; we know that we can rely on the company for superior products and great customer care."
For further information on the SALICE product range:
T: 01480 413831
2nd June 2017