Designer Pinboards launches Puzzles Designer Pinboards, offering a stylish and fun way to organise your paper
January 15th, 2014
Puzzling over the best way to add artwork and help your clients stay organised in their work space? Not anymore.
The concept of Puzzles Designer Pinboards was developed by Kathy Joyce and David Heads, both sought-after Sydney designers. They felt compelled to create Puzzles Designer Pinboards due to the lack of good quality, inspiring notice boards; not only for their own spaces, but for their clients as well, who were craving something fun and stylish yet functional.
After three years of research and development Kathy and David created Puzzles Designer Pinboard. Not only is it functional, but it is like a piece of art in itself. Just specify the size and colour and leave the rest to us. “Our designer pinboards are different to any other pinboard on the market,” says David Heads. “They’re hand crafted from the highest quality materials in order to provide long-lasting enjoyment and service. They are one of the most cost-effective pinboard investments around.”
As well as being durable, the designer pinboards have other unique features as well. “All our pinboards are self- healing,” continues Kathy Joyce. “This means that the board closes over once a pin is removed, ensuring that there are no unsightly holes. As a result they are truly functional pieces of art.” The materials used for the pinboards are all sourced from renewable resources, with the actual recyclable pinboard constructed from a linseed-based board. The boards are also antibacterial and anti-dust, making them ideal for kitchens, schools and offices.
The pinboards from Designer pinboards come in a range of colours, sizes and designs, with their most recent design being the Puzzles Designer Pinboard.
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