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Vicaima add to Danish inspired design ethos for Crest Nicholson

Vicaima add to Danish inspired design ethos for Crest Nicholson

Vicaima’s innovative and stylish interior door models have been selected to compliment a new concept in housing from Crest Nicholson at their Hygge Park development in Keynsham.

In keeping with Crest’s approach to design, they chose Vicaima Dekordor SD White Woodgrain interior doors as they have bright white factory finished face; that displays a discrete, but visible woodgrain appearance.

Crest selected a number of options from Vicaima’s extensive customisable range, including the incorporation of two attractive satin inlays in a vertical pattern and, where additional light was required, a full-length glazed design.

White Woodgrain is just one in a wide selection of foil-faced finishes from the extensively specified, Vicaima Dekordor SD range. It’s fast becoming the door of choice for modern housing schemes. It’s durable, cost effective, and offers a twenty first century alternative to doors painted on site.

As demonstrated in the choices made by Crest Nicholson, solid core interior doors from many of the Vicaima ranges can also be enhanced by including additional face embellishments, in the form of grooves and inlays.

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