Your bedroom is very likely the last thing you see before you close your eyes and drift off to dreamland every night. So besides the functional need for it to be a quiet space conducive to rest and relaxation, you should also love the way it looks! Laminates, available in a wide range of patterns, from wood-, to stone-, to fabric-inspired designs, are the perfect materials for creating your desired sleep haven. Here are 12 ideas using laminates to create your dream bedroom.
#1 New Classic
#2 Patterned Play
The artäk Miscela Mono (ART 1006XM) laminate, with its trendy confetti-like design resembling terrazzo, adds dimension and pattern to a wall without overwhelming the space. Etching straight lines on the laminate brings structure to the feature wall of this bedroom.
#3 Sophisticated Den
Creating bookmatched wood grains by cutting up the Diego Oak Brunello (WY 5251D) laminate (pictured top right) so the grain is slanted gives this bedroom a look of refinement and exclusivity. The dark Santino L'ametlla (DXP 1368K) laminate (pictured bottom right) in the background enhances the moody ambience.
#4 Dark Cave
Dark hues are natural choices for creating cosy sleep-inducing spaces, but deep colours have a tendency to fall flat. Not with the Altan Feltro (DXO 5356D) laminate (pictured bottom left) used on the headboard of this bedroom. The fuzzy dark grey wool-like pattern of the laminate creates dimension on a flat surface together with the Mystiq Arwen (DXO 4314X) laminate (pictured top left) above it.
#5 Veined Beauty
Marble is synonymous with luxury, and more so expensive bookmatched marble. Get the look without the attendant cost with the Lunigiana Due (ART 1010XM) and Uno (ART 1009XM) marble-look laminates. As mirror images of each other, the laminates make a stunning feature wall behind this bed.
#6 Perfect Imperfection
A play of contrasts in this bedroom between the gritty weathered Humboldt Street (ART 11013D) metal-look laminate above the bed and the polished looks of the bedroom furniture, gives the space a fresh visual appeal.
#7 Industrial Age
Photo & Design: Fuse Concept
It’s hard to tell that the Tadao Concrete (DXN 5323X) laminate isn’t actual concrete in this bedroom, especially with the wall design inspired by off form concrete. Not only does the laminate add visual texture to the wall, making the bedroom look bigger, it is easy to clean as well, without the propensity to crack or stain.
#8 Rock Solid
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With a solid ‘rock’ wall in your bedroom, you don’t need a headboard. The stone-look Enzo Ercolano (DXP 1363K) laminate sports a subtle texture that provides the reassuring look of natural stone rendered with modern style.
#9 Cosy Cocoon
Photo & Design: Wee Studio
The Belva Oak Giovanni (WYA 5274E) wood-look laminate of this bedroom extends up the walls and onto the ceiling to create an enveloping effect which conjures a more intimate space. Adding etched lines to the surface help visually stretch the space.
#10 Structured Style
Photo & Design: Space Factor
Built-in furniture was the way to go for this bedroom, to fit everything into a tight space. The designer provided plenty of storage within the cabinets and platform, dressing up the bulky structure in stone-inspired Dario Ramblas (DXP 1329C) laminate, with mood lighting to make the room look cosier. Black strips along the edges act as both a design and safety feature.
#11 New Industrial
Photo & Design: Starry Homestead
The industrial aesthetics of this bachelor’s bedroom is expressed through the grey utilitarian Dario Ramblas (DXP 1329C) laminate (pictured top right) of the ledge, and the Erden Feltro (DXO 5354D) laminate (pictured bottom right) of the shelving, which acts as a headboard. The army green hue on the walls prevents the room from feeling too ‘cold’ due to the grey hues used.
#12 Collage Chic
Photo & Design: One Design Werkz
The use of both a light and dark wood-look laminate, Ibiza Nogal (WY 1244D) and Febe Noce Portofino (WY 1267D) respectively for this customised bed gives it a more decorative look. Hidden lighting strips accentuate the design of the laminate collage and also perform as a night light.
See the Lamitak laminates featured above at the Lamitak Studio at 114 Lavender Street, CT Hub 2 #01-61, Singapore 338729. For more information, contact the studio at 6592-5200 and firstname.lastname@example.org; or drop by during the opening hours below:
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