What makes us different is our ability to work one on one with the Architect and Designer prior to specification, to ensure the product to be used is appropriate, is available, and is within their budget constraints. We then follow through by working with the Millworker or Cabinet shop doing the project and finally we coordinate directly with our suppliers for these products.
Architectural Millwork & Cabinetry
A Manufacturer of high-pressure laminates using real wood veneers instead of decorative papers. These natural and reconstituted wood veneers are stained first then finished with a special Oberflex protective layer. Oberflex surpasses high-pressure laminate testing for abrasion resistance, Impact resistance, UV resistance, clean-ability, and scratch resistance. Oberflex real wood veneer laminates are available in many finish options including, matte, satin, brushed, relief and the new pearlescent finish. Oberflex is the right product when wood is desired but durability is a concern or when only a real wood will do. Oberflex is ideal for Architectural Millwork, Cabinetry, Furniture, and Exhibition Displays.
Oberflex offers the widest range of wood laminates in the world. ?Boasting more than 60 species of wood available in almost 600 products, its range of panels, of the highest quality in both aesthetic and technical terms, now sets the standard in all fields of interior architecture, decoration and industry. This recognition places the seal on a century of expertise in the decorative wood sector, supported by a veritable culture of innovation, in aesthetic and technological terms, and a stringent approach to quality management throughout the production process.
A collection of wood veneers made mostly with reconstituted wood veneers and now with some Natural and Smoked Veneers. Impression Veneers is imported from Australia and offers the Architect or Designer many unique colours and wood patterns. Impression Veneers have been successfully used for Cabinetry, Architectural Millwork, Furniture and Exhibit Displays.
Utilizing twenty years of aviation composite technology, Lumicor has been a pioneer in the industry, creating new and innovative architectural resin products and application solutions for over ten years. As a leader in the industry, our designers have created a spectacular selection of unique materials from around the globe. Their decorative resin panels are manufactured in the USA at a state of the art facility in Renton Washington. Each artisan panel is hand crafted using organic material, fabrics and metals from around the globe, creating one of a kind, decorative panels that add an innovative aesthetic to architectural installations.
The Bayaderes Collection from Marotte provides sheets of Traditional wood veneer marquetry on phenolic backing. Marotte can be used for Architectural Millwork, Cabinetry, Furniture, Doors, Murals as well as Exhibit Displays.
Busnelli International is a company that has many years of experience in the supply and marketing of real wood reconstituted veneer. The company for years is part of a worldwide market with collections that redesign new roles, uses, and horizons for wood, the result of constant research into style and deep experience gained in over 70 years of activity in the sector.
Legnoquattro is one of just a handful of industrial manufacturers of dyed veneers in the world. The veneers are manufactured via a four-stage industrial process, composed of bleaching, dyeing, drying and pressing. The sheets are immersed in the dye so that it fully penetrates the veneer, resulting in a uniform tone and an enhanced natural grain. Our dyed veneers are widely used in furniture and interior design projects, as well as in the automotive and marine industries. Legnoquattro makes dyed veneers under its own brand as well as for third parties. Legnoquattro’s HQ is located in Novedrate, between Milan and Como, in the heart of Italy’s most influential furniture and design district. Founded in 1983, the company boasts a prestigious global client base, who expect nothing but the highest levels of quality and customisation.
Hospitality and Health Care Finishes
A division of Samelson and a leading supplier of fabrics to the Healthcare, Institutional, and Corporate markets. Coral has an extensive collection of FR's, Barrier cloths & Crypton's, Upholstery Vinyls, Cubicle curtains, and Shower curtains and Coral has an in-house design team that can help value engineer for your project.
Lumidesign is a lighting company specializing in backlit mirrors and mirror TVs. The company was established in 2009 and headquartered in Richmond Hill. Lumidesign has recently expanded into custom lighting fixtures targeting the A&D community (architecture and designs). All products are designed, manufactured and assembled in Canada. The company’s focuses on high quality, detailed design, short lead and intelligent customization – setting it apart from the competition. All design parameters are customizable to fit specific customer needs.
For many years Uttermost has been supplying mirrors, artwork, lighting and various accessories to the Hospitality and Healthcare markets. With two warehouses in the US Uttermost carries a large selection of these decorative products and they can custom design many of them to satisfy your design requirements.
In 1974, Charles Samelson founded Charles Samelson, Inc. and began the successful journey of designing and engineering stylish fire retardant (FR) fabrics for the contract and residential marketplace. Consistent growth throughout the ’70s and ‘80s led to the founding of the Chatelane division to focus on the residential jobber trade. To support this and Samelson’s ever-growing Hospitality business, we expanded our warehouse in 1985, and in 1990 built a new state-of-the-art distribution and heat-transfer print facility in Spartanburg, S.C.
Aperture Contract is the newest addition to the Charles Samelson, Inc. family of brands. Our focus is providing unique roller shades for the commercial marketplace. Durability and style combine to create novel designs that offer varying degrees of room darkening, from subtle light-filtering to complete blackout.