The Scandinavian style is a perennial favourite among Singapore homeowners, and besides the allure of a clean and uncluttered space filled with warmth and nature, the Scandi decor theme has the bonus of making a small space look larger as well.
Small spaces don’t have to be short on style. We show you five ways to combine clever space-enhancing tricks with your favourite laminates!
Laminates that look like wood can be used in so many creative and inspiring ways in your kitchen. Even classic wood-and-white combinations can take on new creative dimensions. We singled out these 7 stylish kitchens to prove our point.
Design and photo: Dan’s Workshop
The large range of wood-look laminates from Lamitak easily make up the bulk of its catalogue – and for good reason! Homeowners of all ages love using wood in their homes, as the material brings texture, cosiness and style to a space. But when using the real material isn’t cost-effective or practical, laminates are the perfect substitute. Running the gamut from very light to very dark tones, from even to more textured grains, and matte to glossy textures, there’s a wood-look laminate for every decor theme you can think of. Let’s explore some styles.
The wide range of laminates available now means you can use them to create virtually any decor theme you like in your home – the possibilities are only limited by your imagination! Check out these five popular looks for your home renovation.
The process of renovating your home is both exciting and challenging. Most homeowners begin by settling on the decor scheme, and then selecting the materials to bring that vision to life. With many options for surface coverings available, such as paint, wallpaper, veneer and laminates, which do you choose?
Misconception #1: Laminates can be used on the floor
High Pressure Laminates (HPL) or laminates, should not be confused with laminate flooring. Although both are made of a decorative film layered over a core material (substrate), they have very different properties. Laminates are fairly resistant to abrasions and impact, but they are not made to withstand the rigorous wear and tear of foot traffic, unlike laminate flooring. Use laminates on the floor only if it’s a space you don’t access often, to maintain the integrity and look of the surface.
If you’re renovating your home, chances are, at some point you’ll need to choose laminate designs for your interiors. High-pressure laminates, or just laminates, are decorative claddings that bring colour and texture to your surfaces. Instead of basing your decisions on tiny (and inadequate) laminate samples you see in most catalogues, drop by Lamitak Studio, a new 1,620sqft city-centre showroom by Lamitak, for a laminate ‘shopping’ experience with a difference. Here are five reasons why it’s a must-visit for renovating homeowners.