Simplicity in design is often thought to be the secret to creating timeless fashions and one way to achieve that desired blank canvas, is by using flush white doors.
This opportunity to rejuvenate and add a fresh clean look to interiors has now been given new impetus and inspiration with the introduction of the White Collection from Vicaima, a selection of quality interior doors for home, hospitality and commercial projects.
Bringing together some truly distinctive finish options in white, the collection demonstrates that this fundamental hue is not actually a single colour, but has in fact a myriad of sheens, surfaces and shades to suit every application. In addition, doors can be customised to allow even greater decorative freedom, with the inclusion of face grooves and inlays, together with many glazed patterns.
The White Collection includes Lacdor in White and Pure White shades, with its ultra- smooth lacquered paint finish; Dekordor SD in White Smooth and Woodgrain finished foils; Dekordor HD White, a continuous pressure laminate for demanding areas and for those who still prefer to paint their own doors, Primed 2 Go, with its revolutionary surface that requires no face sanding or priming and which will accept paint straight onto its smooth face to achieve an excellent end result.
Where performance criteria is demanded, The White Collection is also available in fire, acoustic and security solutions. And as care for the environment is paramount in our minds, everything is covered by FSC® certification. Products can be supplied as door only, door and matching frame assemblies or even as corresponding wardrobes.
Vicaima is currently one of the biggest European players in the design and production of sophisticated solutions for interior doors, technical doors, frames, wardrobes, panels and furniture parts.
Innovative and trendsetter, Vicaima has a constant concern for sustainability, being the first Portuguese company in the sector to obtain FSC® (Forest Stewardship Council®) certification.
Founded in Portugal, it has a direct presence in countries such as the United Kingdom and Spain and exports 95% of its production to markets ranging from Europe to the African continent, passing through the United Arab Emirates and the American continent.