Published on : Tuesday, July 26, 2016
Scavolini is taking part in Cersaie for the first time ever, bringing along its entire Bathroom, Living room and Kitchen line-up.
The main distinguishing features: quality, functionality and cross-contamination. Scavolini announces it will be attending the 2016 edition of Cersaie, the International Exhibition of Ceramic Tile and Bathroom Furnishings, which is scheduled to take place between 26th and 30th September in Bologna’s trade fair district. This is a huge novelty for the industry, which for the first time sees the Company attending the event with its own 300 square-metre booth(Hall 29 – Booth C1-D4), where Scavolini will not only be showcasing all the new Scavolini Bathrooms products but also the latest solutions for the Living Room and Kitchen.
“Our primary goal in taking part in Cersaie is to meet with industry specialists and reinforce the presence of products from the Scavolini bathroom line in specialist distribution, a channel that we have broached alongside Scavolini points of sale and which is already proving considerably successful”, explains Valter Scavolini, Chairman of Scavolini Spa. “
“Our primary goal in taking part in Cersaie is to meet with industry specialists and reinforce the presence of products from the Scavolini bathroom line in specialist distribution, a channel that we have broached alongside Scavolini points of sale and which is already proving considerably successful”, explains Valter Scavolini, Chairman of Scavolini Spa. “Currently our bathroom furnishings collection is present in over 600 points of sale across Italy and more than 200 abroad, and we would like to continue to grow”. News within news is Scavolini’s decision – as a company that has always stood out for its ability to innovate both in terms of manufacturing and communication – to take a “small revolution” to Cersaie 2016, displaying its complete range of Bathroom, Living Room and Kitchen collections. “We will bring our entire line-up to the trade fair: one of the major trends we are currently witnessing is the increasing cross-contamination between various rooms within the home. This trend also involves the bathroom, which in recent years has gradually turned into a room to be enjoyed, appreciated and shown off through 360°, and it is now beginning to form a hybrid room that incorporates elements that traditionally belong to other areas in the home, sharing materials, designs, styles and colours”, explains Valter Scavolini. “Some of our latest new models follow this very trend, including the Ki and Diesel Open Workshop collections, as well as the classic Magnifica and Exclusiva models, which offer bathroom and kitchen furnishing solutions marked by maximum co-ordination and styling consistency”. A major focus on design and styling, without forgetting about maximum functionality and painstaking care for details, staple elements in any Scavolini model and efficiently represented in the new Laundry Space project, which indeed is the result of Scavolini’s desire to offer the public the chance to furnish their bathroom in an organised and functional manner, redesigning the typical elements found in a laundry room and incorporating them perfectly into the modularity of the company’s collections. In terms of finishes, Scavolini has supplemented its catalogue of more than 150 solutions with several new finishes, including leather for doors, porcelain stoneware and fine marbles for worktops and the innovative Fenix, used for both doors and tops. All these solutions incorporate ultimate quality Made in Italy, as well as an extensive range of materials Scavolini offers, including decorative melamine, laminate, gloss and matt lacquered, Quartz, porcelain stoneware, glass, Cristalplant and Mineral-marble, designed to meet functional, styling and emotional requirements concurrently.”
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