With over 50 combined years in the customer guidance industry, we’ve been looking for ways to improve the look of queuing systems. With most barrier manufacturers looking for more and more ways to modernise the look of queuing barriers, we’ve been busy designing barriers that fit in with their surroundings. A queuing system should be seen as an accessory to furnishing and not just shop fittings.
When the interior of a venue is primarily timber, does a chrome retractable barrier fit? Gone are the days where a National Trust grand house has to make do with metal stanchions just because that’s all they can get.
After all, we have adopted this method for external alfresco areas since Brandline Products first began trading.
The image above shows one of our cafe barrier systems that has been designed to fit in with the customers existing alfresco areas. Black metalwork, lightly stained reclaimed timber and heavy duty.
Now look at the image below. An oak laminated flooring, fabric displays and BANG! Chrome retractable barriers that stick out like a sore thumb. Why?