Easthampton, MA, March 10, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- interior51.com is a brand new, commercial and residential interior focused, e-commerce site. The company features two new products – Self Adhesive Metal Tiles for the design savvy do-it-yourselfer, as well as 16" and 20" metal and real wood veneer cube furniture. All products are constructed of the highest quality materials from the well established Chemetal and Treefrog companies. Interior51.com offers customers everywhere an expanding selection of contemporary, well-made and reasonably priced products that are made in the USA.
Kitchen or bath need a new look? And you don't have time to tackle a messy install?
How about this. Three choices of peel-n-stick brushed aluminum tiles make installation fast and easy. These brushed aluminum tiles work well with light, contrast wood and enhance color palettes. Create backsplashes, accents or anything else you can imagine. It's like hosting your very own Do-It-Yourself show.
You'll be impressed by the high quality of these four inch square tiles, which feature durable anodized aluminum. Each package contains 54 tiles, enough to cover six square feet. Turn alternating tiles 90 degrees to create subtle checkerboard patterns or purchase two kinds of tile to create alternating patterns. Each package includes installation directions and recommendations.
Need a slick, versatile piece of furniture for your loft? Try a Cube. Cubes just go. End tables, side tables, coffee tables, and more. Cubes look good everywhere. 16 and 20 inch sizes are available. Put them beside your bed, use them as a table base, or set them up as an art sculpture display. Light enough to move around, Cubes are solidly built for use as seating.
Interior51.com represents the ideas, energy and capabilities of four companies united under the same ownership. Together, they share over 50 years of experience in the furniture, commercial interiors and tape industries. "We've always talked about creating products together but were too busy to make it happen," says owner and Creative Guru, Geoff Schaefer. "Well, it's happening now."