Posted 18th June

Bushboard kicks off summer with new Vista promotion

18th June 2019 - 15:22pm
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Wellingborough-based worktop and bathroom panel manufacturer Bushboard has welcomed the start of summer with a new promotion for retailers for its new Vista statement splashback collection.

Running until the 31st August 2019, the promotion allows Vista retailers to secure a showroom display free of charge. The POS display stand holds the full range of samples and “allows consumers to see how the pattern will look with the work surface or kitchen units of their choice”.

The collection features bold prints including tropical palms, Moorish patterns, 60s-style geometrics, weathered London brick and time-faded vintage prints.

“This new range introduces pattern and the variety of designs we offer means that there is something to suit every kitchen – from traditional country style to sleek contemporary,” said Bushboard graphic design and PR manager Hannah Abbott. “Vista can also be used to update an existing kitchen.”


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