Creative Ways To Apply Laminates In Your Home

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This common material is much more than what it seems – as exemplified by these exciting design ideas.

  1. Play on textures
    Geometric designs have seen a surge of popularity due to its simple but striking symmetrical lines and through association with the Scandinavian style. This interplay of textured and shiny finishes in a symmetrical design order creates an eye-catching headboard.

    Image credit: Greenlam

    Image credit: Greenlam

  2. Frame it up
    Laminates are commonly used for cabinetry but these kitchen cabinets take the aesthetics up a notch. Spruce up cabinetry doors with two different laminates: a dark-coloured frame outlining a symmetrical print for maximum visual impact.

    Image credit: 2by2 Store

    Image credit: 2by2 Store

  3. Stack them up 
    According to Jansen Tan, director of brand and product of laminates maker Tak Products & Services, laminates sporting patterns that mimic raw materials such as marble, rusted metals and natural stone would still be in trend for the coming years. For an evocative setting, stack up different layers of laminates for a play on depth and to introduce a three-dimensional effect.

    Image credit: Formica

    Image credit: Formica

  4. Two is better than one
    Laminates have been used on bespoke furniture for a while now, but more and more homes are sporting laminated feature walls to create a point of focus in rooms. Here’s a unique feature wall idea: an asymmetrical design created with two layers of complementary laminates.

    Image credit: Greenlam

    Image credit: Greenlam

  5. Try a bold look
    For something sleek and contemporary, this feature wall presents a bold streak of blue laminates cutting through woodgrain textures – perfect for homeowners who want to make a bold statement in their private sanctuaries.

    Image credit: Greenlam

    Image credit: Greenlam

    This was adapted from an article originally written by Disa Tan published in the April 2018 issue of SquareRooms. 

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