Designer Pinboards Australia have become a distributor for Forbo Bulletin Board, and is set to supply the new colour collection this September.
August 31st, 2015
The launch of the latest colour series will introduce nine new colours to the pre-existing collection offering a diverse palette of rich and neutral colours and intensities. The new broader range of neutrals, such as taupe and light grey, will consist of five accent colours that can be used for zoning by drawing attention to an area. The continuing six colours have a neutral feel that blend well into any environment with a natural non synthetic matt finish.
Designer Pinboards are Australian owned and operated with all products manufactured in Sydney using renewable raw materials, offering flexibility and resilience. Designer Pinboards’ products provide a functional and decorative finished product hand crafted from tried and tested linseed based boards.
Designed to suit any space, applications include framed and frameless pinboards and surface materials installed directly onto walls as furniture solutions for room dividers. By covering an entire wall, Designer Pinboards offer a surface that is both pinable as well as adding insulation, sound proofing acoustic paneling advantages. The surface also provides exceptional durability, and properties that prevent crumbling and loss of grip as well as an anti-dust and anti-bacterial surface.
Be inspired through the creation of a custom made pinboard or noticeboard suitable for multifunctional educational areas including universities, schools and colleges, home or office. Share your vision no matter how large or small through a personalised design to suit any individual style or specifying needs.
Designer Pinboards are available to purchase in pre-designed packs with prices starting from $99.00 via the online store or custom made to order for designers and architects. For a custom design and quote suited to any space, customers can contact Designer Pinboards Australia to discuss their project.
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