Everyone’s talking about creating hygge at home, which is an old Danish word for a sense of well-being and contentment. We show you 6 easy ways using laminates.
The popularity of the industrial look for homes has a lot to do with their ‘edgy’ appeal, thanks to the raw unpolished surfaces seen in actual industrial spaces, such as unplastered concrete and oxidised or rusted metal.
In the first of this series, we speak to interior designers to get their top tips on using laminates, and how they have used the material in their projects for maximum effect.
Surfaces that have withstood some passing of time often develop a patina that is wonderfully organic and unique.
An industrial-inspired style might sound cool for the home, but there’s always the worry of it creating a cold and unwelcoming ambience (think prison cells) or looking too literal and derivative.
Lamitak laminates might only be either 0.7mm- or 1mm-thick, but they’re very durable, and are able to resist abrasion and impact under normal use.
Choosing colours for your home isn’t rocket science, although it might seem intimidating.
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.