Fabric, marble, stone, metal –  replicate the look of these materials with Lamitak laminates!

Posted by Lamitak on Jan 5, 2018 2:29:05 PM

Laminate designs have evolved far beyond the contrived wood grains and marble veining of a generation or two before. But besides constantly improving the realism of wood grains and marble swirls on laminates, advancements in printing technology has also seen laminates break through and mimic other materials such as textile, leather, stone, concrete and metal, and with textures to match! If you can print it, you can turn it into a laminate – and Lamitak has done just that with a huge range of designs to please all preferences. Here’s a taste of what’s available in their plethora of patterns.

 Suit up with fabric-look laminates


From left: Brandon Pashley DXO 1342DC, Kusa Chidori DXO 1347DC, Kobe Kuroki DXO 1350DC 
(Photo reproduced with permission, Home & Decor © 2016, SPH Magazines Pte Ltd)

From the traditional tweed patterns of Pashley and the sophisticated linen-looks of Kuroki to the fun retro houndstooth of Chidori, these fabric-look Lamitak laminates seem to have almost touchable textures, and are available in several colourways for each design.


Enjoy luxury with marble-look laminates


From left: Labyrinth Gloss DXN 4313G, Bianco Marble Uassiq DXO 4316G, Vera Florentina Marble DXP 4319G (Photo reproduced with permission, Home & Decor © 2016, SPH Magazines Pte Ltd)

Bring a touch of luxury into your home with marble-look laminates such as Florentina Marble which can create a scene of quiet luxury, or the Labyrinth range and Marble Uassiq which feature dramatic veining for bold glamour.


Rock on with stone-look laminates


From left: Dario Ramblas DXP 1329C, Carlo Marmo Flavio DXP 1333K, Enzo Ercolano DXP 1363K
(Photo reproduced with permission, Home & Decor © 2016, SPH Magazines Pte Ltd)

Lamitak’s stone-look laminates were inspired by a global map of locations, including the streets of Barcelona (Ramblas), the ancient architecture of Rome (Marmo Flavio), and a historic town in Naples (Ercolano), each with a historical context behind their unique patterns.


Do without the rust with metal-look laminates


From left: Caden Tobias Steel DXN 4330M, Copper Patina DXN 4326M
(Photo reproduced with permission, Home & Decor © 2016, SPH Magazines Pte Ltd), Brushed Bronze MET8999)

These laminates capture the beauty of metal in all its possible variations (without unsightly rust!). Take the sleek metallic veneers of the Metals range, the lightly-weathered tonal styles of Tobias Steel, and for those truly enamoured with the raw industrial look, Patina, with its corrugated zinc designs transporting the rustic iron barns of the European countryside to your home. 

Explore more patterns, including prints, concrete and leather, 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 studio@lamitak.com; or drop by during the opening hours below

Monday to Thursday: 10.30am–6.30pm

Friday: 11.30am–6.30pm

Saturday: 10.30am - 4.30pm

Sunday and Public Holidays: 12.30pm – 4.30pm