Now you see it...

Date: 6 October 2011
Source: http://www.ggpmag.com
VBH (GB) now stocks the new Argenta Invisible hinge range for internal and external doors and windows.

Invisible hinges are completely concealed when the door is closed so do not interfere with the door’s sightlines. The company claims that not only does this make for an obstruction-free hinge-side to the door, but it also allows greater creative freedom for designers, as the door can be stained in any colour without the worry of sourcing a quality hinge in a matching, or complementary, finish.

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