DDP sees increased demand for contemporary glazing

Decorative Door Products (DDP) by RegaLead is pleased to announce that, six months after their official launch to the industry, demand for the contemporary Matrix and Modena DoorGlass options has gone from strength to strength.

Launched officially at last year’s FIT Show, Modena combines hand-made fused glass tiles with a traditional manufactured zinc art to create an attractive fusion of heritage appeal and modern style.Matrix provides a contemporary feel to both cassette glazed doors and those incorporating the Inox glazed system, with its laser-cut stainless steel elements in a modern, polished zinc, linear design.

Paul Edwards, Sales Manager for the DDP division comments: “It’s clear that the appetite for standout glass designs in composite doors is not slowing down – quite the opposite. What we have seen however is a shift in popularity of style. Some 10 years ago designs such as Abstract, Clarity and Elegance were launched and quickly became the height of fashion for doors. While there is certainly still a market for these styles, there has been a move away from glue chip glass designs in favour of the sleek, modern effects achieved by Modena and Matrix. 

“We’re delighted that so many of our customers have chosen to incorporate these fantastic new designs into their glass options for doors, and we’d be pleased to speak to anyone who would like to do the same for their product offering.  Matrix and Modena are now included in the DoorGlass Collection catalogue, along with all of the technical and ordering information that you would need. The catalogue is available now to download from the DDP website as a PDF, desktop version or smartphone friendly format.”

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Date: 2 February 2015
Source: www.regaleadnews.com

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