Posted on May 7th, 2018
Searching for a classic or cutting edge table look?
Tables don’t need to be basic. Not surprisingly, powder coat and edgeband preferences are the perfect vehicle to reveal something about your personal style or the tone and style of the environment you are working to create. Powder coats and edgebands (collars and cuffs) are just as important as the color and pattern of your worksurface laminate. An exciting trend in table design is the use of splashes of accent color to create a statement or set a tone. Bright reds, vibrant orange or cooling blues and greens are discreetly sprinkled throughout a purposely neutral environment to create tasteful excitement. Powder coat and edgeband accent colors are the perfect way to convey your color message.
mediatechnologies® is pleased to announce the arrival of some exciting new powder coat-matching PVC edgeband colors that will provide the palette you need to create your own level of bespoke table accent personalization. (I have wanted to use “bespoke” in a sentence for a long time).
Tangerine edgeband is now available that matches our Group II Tangerine 509 powder coat. Shown on a Rockford Raetsel Table with two-tone legs.
Lime Green edgeband is now available that matches our Group II Lime Green 502 powder coat. Shown on a GTX table.
Capri Blue edgeband is now available that matches our Group II Capri Blue 701 powder coat. Shown on a Rockford Raetsel table with two-tone legs.
Spectrum C300083 edgeband is available that matches our Group II Red 501 powder coat. Shown on a GTX table.
If accenting edgebands “isn’t your bag, baby” (pardon the Austin Powers reference), we also have a nice set of more subdued edgebands and matching powder coats to choose from.
Medium Tone C400446 edgeband is a match with our Group I Stone 407 powder coat.
Black C600001 edgeband is a match with our Group I Black 912 powder coat.
Fog C600257 edgeband is a match with our Group I Dove Grey 304 powder coat.
Designer White C100007 edgeband is a match with our White 112 powder coat.
Please feel free to use this list as succor to your edgeband – powder coat matching dilemmas.
(Albeit somewhat forced, I was able to use both “bespoke” and “succor” in the same blog. It has been quite a day.)