Posted 5th June

Maurice Lay Distributors releases Warhol-inspired guide

By KBBDaily on 5th June 2019 - 07:00am
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Maurice Lay Distributors has released its newest Trade Price Guide with a “striking” cover inspired by the work of Andy Warhol.

The 130-page edition features several new additions to the Caple sink and tap collection, including the new Caple Harlo Puriti tap in copper and stainless steel. Appliances and “carefully curated” additions to the Caple kitchen and bedroom furniture ranges are also featured.

Miele’s new Generation 7000 range is also showcased in the guide, as Maurice Lay is the sole distributor of Miele in the UK, as well as products from Shaws and Villeroy & Boch. The guide is split into colour-coded sections and includes pricing and promotions, alongside a section on Caple’s home delivery service.

“Get in touch to receive the latest copy of our trade price guide,” said Caple managing director Danny Lay. “This will enable you to easily reference our extensive selection of appliances, furniture, sinks and taps and you can benefit from all our latest trade promotions and product details.”

Grab your copy now:

Tel: 0117 938 1900

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