Established in 1968 as manufacturers of photo frames, art and mirrors, Napier family-owned business Rembrandt Fine Arts has grown to be one of the most respected wholesale suppliers in the market today.

Offering a wide range of contemporary and traditional pieces including vintage and aged leather, artificial plants, clocks and cushions, the company moved into the commercial category eight years ago after identifying an opportunity in the market.

“Rembrandt has a complete range for every accommodation establishment across the board, and we can help businesses with décor from the lights to the photo frames,” said sales and business development manager, Richard Dixon.

“All of our products are not only stylish, modern and good quality but also affordable.”

As Rembrandt work with such a vast network of factories, custom design options are available to businesses that would prefer a slightly more tailored approach for existing or new spaces.  The team regularly travel to many tradeshows around the globe to guarantee the supply of the latest season’s products and the ever changing range that is required for establishments to be up to date and looking fresh.

“We follow design trends and get inspiration from around the world and often the trends that are most sought after are those that come out of Paris.”

A trend that has been popular with hotels has been the use of digital prints onto canvases that can express a theme throughout a hotel without a hefty price tag. Rembrandt can transform any digital photo onto New Zealand made canvases with exceptional quality.

Based in Hawke’s Bay, the company has representatives in both Christchurch and Auckland that can meet with customers directly to ascertain exactly what they want, working within any budget. Cost-effective décor solutions for establishments are achievable without compromising on quality. Product catalogues and offerings are available to view online.

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