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showroom display render

on Sat Dec 08, 2018 3:19 pm


As I haven't posted anything in a while...


3 more displays left to design.

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Re: showroom display render

on Mon Dec 10, 2018 9:33 am
what material is this mitch? do you have a render from the other side? would like to see how this looks?
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Re: showroom display render

on Mon Dec 10, 2018 12:06 pm
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the island will be clad on 3 sides and the top in quartz ( yet TBC which brand/finish) the tall units will be a dark stained veneer.
I haven't rendered the other side of the island as it stands, but will be 3 x 600 + 1 x 1200 drawers, in a matt painted finish, handleless with a slightly different rail system to the normal Gola.

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Re: showroom display render

on Wed Dec 12, 2018 11:27 am
Nice display, I must visit sometime! Are people in Sussex so posh they don't need sinks now?

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Re: showroom display render

on Wed Dec 12, 2018 4:58 pm
Always welcome to pop in and say hello Stumpy

Down here in Costa Del Sussex sinks are low on the priority list.  Laughing

it will be a quartz clad sink to keep with the island design. In the render i cheated and just used 3 cubic boxes to make the island  Shocked hence why there is no sink bowl and Jayne can't have a render from the other side to show the drawers - i haven't drawn it  affraid

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Re: showroom display render

on Wed Dec 12, 2018 5:02 pm
how about this render instead then...

pocket doors open and a sink drawn just for you Stumpy...



Have to thank a far more talented CAD user than I for this image.

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Re: showroom display render

on Wed Dec 12, 2018 5:29 pm
Thanks for that! I also am able to hide my sink away by closing the kitchen door.

We thought about fitting a pocket door system in the showroom but decided to go all boring.

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Re: showroom display render

on Fri Dec 14, 2018 9:37 am
nice work! are those neff ovens from articad or modelled by joe/daz? they look great Smile
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Re: showroom display render

on Fri Dec 14, 2018 9:57 am
That looks really good Mitch!

What pocket door system are you planning on using?

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Re: showroom display render

on Fri Dec 14, 2018 10:10 am
I'll be honest Michael, im not 100% which pocket mech the manufacturer uses. I have a feeling its Salice but i'm only 50/50 on that.
I should be able to let you know once the final display specs and costs are done next week.

Jayne, Pete drew up that last render for me, so ovens are his oven i believe (certainly not Articad) as I wanted to get an idea of the pocket doors open and decide on if I should add a splash of colour on the inside or stick with a dark cabinet. - i'm going with a Fenix finish on the internals in Verde

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Re: showroom display render

on Fri Dec 14, 2018 10:29 am
Well, as long as it's not an Accuride system, I'm sure it will be fine. If you could let me know what you end up with it would be a great help - after my last run in with Accuride I've stayed away from pocket doors and gone with sliding bi-folds instead, but there's always that one time where that just doesn't work!

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Re: showroom display render

on Fri Dec 14, 2018 1:37 pm
So the concept and colours for the new 'simple shaker display' I think is done (I'm bound to change it before it get ordered next year  Laughing )
The render isnt 100% as the tiles and handles will be different.

Trying to drawer the whole showroom in one Articad file is a little problematic - multiple cornice profiles, doors styles, colours, plinth heights etc etc.

But i'm only doing this for me, so i get the concepts clear in my head.


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Re: showroom display render

on Fri Dec 14, 2018 2:27 pm
looks fab, going to be a fantastic showroom. would love how you get the render to look so photo real, mines always look so flat in comparison but this seems to have depth!
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Re: showroom display render

on Fri Dec 14, 2018 2:30 pm
V21 stock materials, no lighting apart from the few spots you can see  cheers

Time to upgrade yet Jayne?


EDIT: Also Jayne, your renders are better than mine above  Exclamation


Just the big center island to design now, which is going to be inframe. Want to get table height seating into the design, so, some sort of booth or bench seat and a table - struggling for inspo at the min

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