With chain link curtains in all the colours of the rainbow – plus some – Kriskadecor’s new Luxe Colour Edition brings ultimate customisation to every project, design and creative idea.
September 1st, 2022
The choice of colour is not taken lightly. The right palette can embody an architect or interior designer’s vision. Kriskadecor understand this and harnesses this potential with its Luxe Colour Edition. And with potential, comes a narrative any professional can express.
Presented at the Salone del Mobile 2022, the collection aims to deliver complete customisation and choice to each project, giving Kriskadecor’s chains all the colours of the RAL and Pantone charts. Explore it here through the new catalogue.
The Luxe Colour Edition range extends from large monochrome designs to reproduction of logos, images or patterns of choice. It also holds colour combinations that come together in kaleidoscopic harmony or mosaic delights. It’s these choices that tie a space together.
The visual narrative has endless stories to tell. With up to 15 different colours per design, colour transitions, expressing lights and shadows, and defining contrasts become a staple piece in any locale. Thanks to their patented technology and vast colour palette, Kriskadecor can generate any colour gradient in their range of bespoke chain curtains.
These curtains catch the eye and anchor a space’s orientation. Each curtain is made from small, linking pieces of anodised aluminium that form a lightweight architectural screen. Each link in the chain acts like a pixel, allowing Kriskadecor to reproduce any image, pattern or gradient in a wide range of brilliant and satin colour finishes on demand.
The material is lightweight and versatile by nature, making it possible to customise design solutions in almost any size, shape or dimension. The offering for interior designers is a new way to express creative vision through formats including space dividers, wallcoverings, ceilings, facades, and lighting elements.
At the crux of its scintillating colours, is the Luxe Colour Edition’s epoxy coating finish makes it a reality. And to maintain itself, a thin coat of varnish allows the curtains to shine forever.
With the choice being the customers, the Luxe Colour Edition takes the innovative bespoke chain curtains into luxury and tells the designer’s story with only colour and light.
Kriskadecor chains are available in Australia and New Zealand through ChainCraft.
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