2017 has been an exciting year for Kinorigo which has seen the business rebrand, launch a new porcelain furniture range and continue to lead the way in our industry through continuity through design.
As we embark on the new adventure that is 2018, we look back at the past year and consider what the future holds in our business and more widely in the design industry.
We’re thrilled to launch the new Kinorigo brand in January, complete with a new website which will make your online experience with us even better. Clean and simple design and clear navigation our website will be a pleasure to browse for products and keep up to date with news and trends on our blog. Our business is continually evolving and we’re proud to share our new look which reflects our ethos around innovation, trend-setting and exceptional products and services.
We’ve been involved in some amazing projects this year ranging from large prestigious contracts to more boutique residential projects – each one being professionally managed from concept to completion. With that in mind, we’ve invested time and resource into valuable training across the whole business, which helps us in our efforts for continuous improvement and further strengthens our team’s skillsets.
Most significantly this year, we’ve launched a brand-new porcelain furniture range. Taking inspiration from modern interior design trends and using our vast expertise working with porcelain, this new and innovative collection of porcelain furniture is handcrafted to fit any location, from grand hotels to stunning homes.
Our luxury Calacatta marble with its distinctive veining that can range from gold tones to deep grey colours has proved ever-popular in 2017, our specially sourced Statuario marble has also been in high demand this year which we expect to continue into 2018. Statuario is a striking and distinctive Italian marble variety which has been used to stunning effect in an increasing number of interior design settings this year. Statuario’s crisp white colour and dramatic grey veining gives an air of luxury which blends perfectly with today’s modern, more functional design trends. So many new options available in very large porcelain slabs looking ever more like the natural stone itself.
These large format panoramic slabs have proved popular as more and more people recognise the appeal of having this cohesive design style on floors and walls, mixing and matching with accent pieces like porcelain furniture. We also expect to see more exotic and vivid colours cropping up in 2018 as styles become bolder in design.
Gavin Worsley, Managing Director discusses the year ahead, “The prospects for 2018 are so exciting and we’re preparing for our best year yet. We’re now one of the leading authorities on large format porcelain and manufacturing of bespoke stone and porcelain pieces and our projects are managed with great attention to detail from concept to completion. We genuinely love what we do and we’re proud to turn our designs into reality and generally help to make the world a better place to be.”
To discuss your stone and porcelain projects in 2018, please get in touch with us.
We’d love to hear from you.