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In modern commercial interiors, an eye-catching furnishing scheme can be a showstopper – Monochrome from Warwick offers dramatic possibilities

Black and white world

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In a world where nothing seems black and white, a monochrome look can create an impact greater than a rainbow of colourways.

Warwick Commercial has been supplying quality fabrics to the commercial furnishing industry since 1985, says managing director Martin Irvine.

"Always looking for ways to lead design trends, Warwick has utilised the latest precision printing techniques to create an innovative and refined range of fabrics called Monochrome.

"Creating these designs in black and white only has resulted in a dramatic collection that offers versatility because of its range of designs.

"Whether it is for reception, boardroom, hotel room or office furniture, these contemporary designs are printed on two extremely hard-wearing Halo-rated base fabrics."

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Halo is the company's own category for high performance fabrics that are easy to clean, highly durable and suitable for commercial environments.

The Monochrome collection features stand-out decorative graphics, bold stripes and florals, as well as geometrics, optical-, ethnic- and Art Deco-inspired patterns.

All these designs are rated for heavy commercial use and half the range can be used for drapery and bedspreads as well.

Warwick fabrics are tested to strict Australian and New Zealand standards. Most ranges are also stock-supported to ensure rapid delivery, and all commercial fabrics are quality guaranteed.

"The highly skilled design team at Warwick Commercial creates custom designs to meet every commercial need," says Irvine. "Our experienced, professional sales staff are available at both the Parnell and Mairangi Bay showrooms to discuss your requirements."

For further information on Warwick Commercial, phone 0800 922 000 or (09) 477 3080. Or visit the website:www.warwick.co.nz

First published date: 02 April 2014

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