Tuscan Solid Worksurfaces brochure updated with new imagery

KitchensNews Fri 11th Feb 2022 by KBBFocus

Tuscan Solid Worksurfaces brochure updated with new imagery

Tuscan Solid Worksurfaces brochure updated with new imagery

The Tuscan Solid Worksurfaces brochure has been updated with new inspirational lifestyle photography which is said to better showcase and convey the design versatility of the range. Offering a handy look-book of the 10 species and finish combinations available within the Tuscan range, the new 16-page brochure is designed to demonstrate how the natural worktops pair well with a range of kitchen styles and are especially suited to the painted Shaker kitchen trend.

Alongside the brand’s solid wood offer, the new brochure incorporates details of the Tuscan Engineered Walnut Worksurface, a veneer option that delivers the look of solid timber at a more affordable price point. Technical and product information is kept concise and easy to understand to ensure the images do the talking.

Tuscan solid wood worksurfaces are supplied unfinished in the ever-popular species of European Oak, Iroko, Brown Ash, Walnut and Country Beech. There are also four pre-oiled Oak options available, including a traditional Clear finish or stained effects in Chalk, Fossil and Espresso.

Worktops are available in a broad selection of sizes. Thicknesses start from a slimline 26mm through to 60mm and a choice of popular 3 and 4m lengths. Breakfast bars are available in 2, 2.4 and 3m lengths and matching upstands are available for all species and colours which are 100mm high and 18mm thick. The Oak, Walnut, Ash and Beech Tuscan timbers are fully FSC and PEFC certified with Iroko complying with EU Timber Regulation (EUTR) requirements, underlining the range’s environmental credentials.

Available to retailers now, the brochure is available to download at the company website, with a free sample service also available. The Tuscan range is available ex-stock from all IDS branches nationwide. 

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