We’re a BIID Industry Partner

We are pleased to announce we are now members of the British Institute of Interior Design (BIID). Established in 1965, the BIID is the UK’s only professional institute for interior designers, encouraging and supporting creativity and competence along with ensuring continual professional development.

Interior designers are key to bringing visions to life in projects across all sectors including residential and commercial. Having worked with endless interior designers on an array of projects, the time was only right to join the association to further our commitment to the industry and provide valuable information to designers on both the benefits of our solutions and to ensure the seamless integration of our products in their schemes.

Additionally our membership will help keep us up to date with the latest interior design trends along with the latest news and insights into design practices.

Our profile can be viewed on the BIID directory here and over the coming weeks will be updated with reference projects and case studies.

Our Managing Director, Stuart, comments: “This latest accreditation shows our continued commitment and support to the interior design sector which is key to the successful integration of our products on all types of schemes. We hope to build great relationships with potential clients and expand our specifier network even further.”

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