The Surface Design Show recently took place in London’s very own Business Design Centre earlier this month and The Surface Design Studio were lucky enough to display our custom printed tiles there. With various stalls and stands showcasing everything from internal and external surface materials to architectural lighting, it truly is the must-attend event for designers, architects and designers.
With such a great opportunity to showcase our product and services to such a vast and diverse audience, we certainly jumped at the chance to present here! Not only would we meet a fantastic array of potential clients, we would also have the opportunity to generate new business, which is always on our radar.
Colourful, Custom and Conspicuous: Show-Stopping Tile Designs
Not only was our stand vibrant, current and totally on trend, it also completely showed our product off to its fullest. Our tiles covered all sides of the stand and with their jazzy patterns and complimenting colours, we were one of the most inviting and intriguing stalls there. (We’re not bias, we promise!)
Visitors to the show commented on how our stand was ‘right on the money’ and how the colours and designs were perfect for this year’s trends. So much so that we have already had a notable tile company ask to stock our tiles! Over the two days of the show, we have made over 100 contacts and have been asked to quote on some live projects with interior designers and architects. Not a bad few days we say!
Tailored Tiling for Our Unique Customers
Our aim was to let visitors know about our new and innovative technology, which allows designers and architects the chance to print onto a new range of materials, such as wood, glass and acrylic. This original concept will now allow the chance for The Surface Design Studio to become a one-stop shop for clients, thus eliminating the need to visit any other businesses to get the job done. No matter how big or small the project, no matter how niche the brief may be, The Surface Design Studio work closely with each client to work out a budget, which material would be best suited for the job, all the while promising a high-quality finish.
Want to see some more examples of the work we’ve done in London? Check out our tailored table top tiles at ultra-chic restaurant Saucer and Spritz.Posted in custom tiles