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Marton Lee’s July Newsletter

26 July, 2012  

Welcome to the latest edition of Marton Lee’s Newsletter. It has been a while since the last one for which the ‘editor’ offers his apologies.

 

NEW SHOWROOM OPEN

 

The big news is that the company’s extended and completely refurbished showroom at 5 Cherry Lane has now been completed.

There is a generous area devoted to kitchens – featuring three distinct styles of kitchen and a wide range of materials (Veneer / Solid wood / Thermo-form / MDF/ LPL and HPL/ E-stone / Stainless steel / Granite) and finishes (gloss and satin Lacquer / clear and stain). We have working examples of a wide range of hardware including: drawer types, flap-stay doors, handles, pull-outs and corner units

There is also an entertainment furniture section with a selection of free-standing units on display. Over the coming months, we will be adding vanities and wall units to our display.

We are in the process of putting our extensive library of images featuring a huge range of furniture and cabinetry (categorized by type – vanity, children’s etc) onto disc / memory stick which can be viewed by clients to assist with ideas and choosing styles / finishes

We believe that we now have the best showroom devoted to custom-made cabinetry and furniture on the North Shore and we would love you and your clients to come and judge for yourselves.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WALL UNITS

A significant part of the company’s work continues to be with wall-units (combining bookcase / TV / storage / display). A couple of recent jobs are featured below.

The first is a wall-hung unit with floating shelves above made using American Oak veneer which has been stained charcoal. The clean, simple lines were enhanced by using Blum tip-ons for the doors

 


The second is a floor standing unit with a combination of drawers and frosted glass doors in the base element and open shelves with TV space above. The 30mm shelves give a feeling of solidity without being ‘heavy’ and the whole is finished in a very traditional satin white lacquer