Hamilton Litestat ’s bold metal wiring accessories take industrial styling throughout the home.
The trend for modern industrial interior design is as unrelenting as its gnarly look. The rustic, edgy style celebrates engineering prowess and puts structural elements on show, juxtaposing raw vintage components with sleek modern elements. Whether it’s a warehouse apartment conversion, or the re-styling of a modern home, the use of metal finishes plays a major part in achieving the look, with decorative wiring accessories amongst the finishing touches that are crucial for a cohesive scheme.
Renowned for its ahead-of-the-game quality solutions, Hamilton Litestat has the perfect range of designer switch plates and sockets to complement the industrial look. Its heavy-duty Metalclad plate design in stylish steel-grey embodies the industrial trend, while offering modern functionality, such as a 2.1A/1A dual USB double switched socket.
Alone, the Metalclad wiring accessories can bring a small infusion of industrial design into the home, but combined with other metal, vintage and distressed finishes and textures, the choice wiring accessory can support a unified industrial design theme.
With a robust design, exposed fixings, white inserts and white surrounds, the Metalclad range can accommodate uneven wall surfaces and is equally at home in a workshop, garage or warehouse conversion. Meanwhile, Hamilton’s new Metalclad Grid solutions support the unique high-power demands of the kitchen, enabling a bespoke solution to be created instantly. Clip-in modules, which feature printed words or symbols to easily identify an appliance switch or function, quickly combine to meet the unique requirements of a kitchen or utility project.
With older properties, surface-mounted boxes may be required to preserve the building’s historic masonry and beams. Yet sometimes the steel box doesn’t achieve the right look. Hamilton offers bespoke wooden boxes made to precisely fit the Metalclad collection. And with the interplay of wood and metal a popular textural choice in industrial styles, it’s bang on trend too.
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