Clearview Midlands April 2014 - Issue 149 - Page 65

COLOUR DEFINITE TREND TOWARDS COLOUR, SAYS HURST PLASTICS The composite door market has picked up in both domestic and commercial sectors with composites now the most popular door material. Front doors have become style statements as well as just functional. While white is still the most popular choice for windows, homeowners and building specifiers now demand a bolder, more modern look with entrance doors. “In the last year at Hurst, we’ve seen a definite desire for colour in composite doors,” says Mark Atkinson, Sales Director at Hurst Plastics. “Homeowners have long been using colour inside their homes and now they want the same freedom of choice for their front door. Previously, we’ve seen the familiar shades of red, green and blue as the predominant colours in composites, but the market is demanding greater choice now.” To read more, visit www.clearview-uk.com Colour is the inspiration behind Hurst’s new range of designer composite doors which, in addition to the seven standard colours on offer, are also available in 12 Premium door colours, each with a matching door frame colour. ‘Colour is the inspiration behind Hurst’s new range of designer composite doors’ Hurst also offers a bespoke sprayed colour service in any shade from the RAL range. www.hurst-plastics.co.uk APR 2014 65