Date: 22 March 2011
Source: Oikos Associati
From February 14th to 17th, Omnidecor participated in the ZOW fair, the international showcase held at Bad Salzuflen for complements and accessories for furniture and interior design.

The event is an opportunity to share and focus attention on the latest trends and innovations.

Omnidecor chose to recreate a household environment to encourage the use of glass in contemporary homes by exploring its wide range of applications in the kitchen, bathroom, bedroom and wardrobes with both monochrome and decorated glass. A further employment is that of decorated glass as a distinctive design feature to enrich space with significant character and style.

Also extremely successful was the company’s latest release, DecorflouGlossy: a two-faced glass whose presentation emphasized its double nature, acid-etched on the one side and mirrored on the other.

Omnidecor confirmed its technical and creative know-how presenting the products in a domestic setting, emphasizing the wide range as further drive and inspiration for interior design.


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