Unilin launches new DIY furniture concept
Dubai, May 29, 2012
Top Belgium-based furniture manufacturer Unilin has launched a collection of click-furniture for the first time with the introduction of didit, a new DIY (do-it-yourself) furniture concept that anyone can use.
Didit uses the Uniclic for Furniture system, which itself is based on the successful Uniclic system of Quick-Step laminate flooring.
The didit collection is unique in the marketplace. And because it is so incredibly easy to assemble, anyone can put this furniture together themselves, as well as dismantle quickly and easily, a statement said.
In particular, each item of didit furniture comes in a sealed, easy-to-transport pack, enabling users to simply click the furniture together, without the need for screws and without any tools.
The click-join system enables the separate parts of the furniture to be firmly joined to each other across their entire usually connected at two points only and have to be fastened using an array of screws and accessories.
Each piece of didit furniture is made from top-quality, melamine sheets, the statement said.
The company handles the entire production process, from raw material to end-product, from the tree, right through to the finished item of didit furniture. It also does all of the design for the furniture.
Didit furniture is finished with MDF backing for optimum quality. As a result, there is also no difference in colour between the back and the side.
Didit is currently available in nine types of furniture, with each one sold in various dimensions. In addition to the bookcase, desk with set of drawers and open wall cabinet, the collection now also includes the bed, wardrobe (three- or two-doors, with or without drawers), bedside table, lounge table and TV cabinet.
The seven different finishes exude pure quality and class: from the light Whisper Oak and warm Italian Walnut to the dark Midnight Black. This range of finishes makes it easier than ever for customers to match their items of didit furniture with their own taste and feel for interior styling, the statement said. – TradeArabia News Service