The search for inspiration doesn’t stop when a new Lamitak catalogue is launched. The process of creating fresh and emotive laminate designs is a long one and it often starts with the team on the road, capturing surfaces that speak to them. The current Lamitak Portfolio Two launched in 2019 amplified the importance of exploration as the key to Lamitak’s design process with a breathtaking image of the Swiss Alps on the cover. The Knarvick Church in Norway, the subtropical Brissago islands in Switzerland, and wooden houses in the city of Bergamo, Italy are some locations that have inspired new laminate designs in Portfolio Volume Two. In line with the new catalogue, we have also put together four design themes, using some of our new laminates designs to help you envision how to use them in your interiors. As we work hard on the next catalogue, get all you need to know about the new laminate collections with the articles below.
Get your introduction to Lamitak Portfolio Volume Two here, which touches on the latest woodgrains, patterns and solid colours to join Lamitak’s more than 400 existing laminate designs.
Featured laminate: Steniar Knarvick Birch WY 5280D (on the wall)
The clean Scandinavian look is still the decor theme of choice for many homeowners. Get ideas for how you can use Lamitak’s new wood-look laminates to switch up the nordic style.
Featured laminate: Dunkel Zermatt Esche WYA 5286MT (on the wall)
Ever wondered how the design of wood-look laminates come about? At Lamitak, the origins of the designs often lie in actual timber surfaces found all over the world! Find out more about the new wood-look collections with this article.
You don’t need the most expensive materials to create luxurious interiors. We show you how to create a refined upscale look with Lamitak’s new laminates.
Featured laminate: Nero Marmo Adriano DXP 5343XM (on both sides of the cabinet)
Laminates can bring the look of the most exotic and prestigious marble and stone into your home, making the decorative impact of these natural materials available to everyone. See what’s available now.
Featured laminate: Mateo L’Ametlla DXP 1366K (on wall)
Get a grip on the new way to give your spaces an industrial edge (without making it look unfinished) with our new metal- and concrete-look laminates.
You’ll be surprised at how you can use these seemingly utilitarian laminate designs inspired by steel, concrete and felt to create interiors that are elegant and cosy. Get your inspiration here.
For those who love fun, playful styles and retro looks, adding colour with laminates are a great way to bring a happy and bright personality to your space.
See the Lamitak laminates featured in this post 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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