Suit up your home with these 6 impeccable fabric-inspired laminates

Posted by Lamitak on Aug 3, 2018 1:30:00 PM

They say clothes make the man, so why not look to fabrics to ‘dress’ up your home? We’re not referring to soft furnishings but fabric-inspired laminates that will take the interior design possibilities for your home to a whole new level. Lamitak’s stylish fabric-inspired collection takes its cue from many sources including traditional menswear textiles such as British tweed, fine denim, and the classic houndstooth pattern. The soft woven textures of these designs make a classy statement which adds depth to a flat wall with quiet style and sophistication.

 

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Featured laminate: Gillian Faux Denim DXO 4322X
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Who would have thought denim would look so good on a wall? The beige tone and soft but tightly woven texture of Gillian Faux Denim creates a neutral canvas that goes perfectly with wood furniture.

 

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Featured laminate: Aiden Pashley DXO 1341DC
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It looks like a solid colour, but the Aiden Pashley laminate carries a subtle pattern of orderly chevrons most commonly seen in classic tweed suits. The formality and dark hues of the collection work well with crisp whites (think white shirts!).

 

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Featured laminate: Bianco Caraceni DXO 1337D
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Tailors to European as well as Hollywood royalty, the name Caraceni is synonymous with bespoke suits of the highest quality and craftsmanship. The namesake of this family of laminates is defined by the fine lines that run along the weft and warp of the ‘fabric’, such as Bianco Caraceni.

 

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Featured laminate: Koto Kuroki 1349DC
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Named after a Japanese mill renowned for its indigo-dyed fabrics, the Kuroki laminate family carries the weaves and hues of denim. Koto Kuroki, the lightest of the three hues, sports a mix of light brown and white in its fine weave, which is versatile enough to pair with most other colours.

 

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Featured laminate: Kuro Chidori DXO 1348DC
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The houndstooth motif might have been around for more than 1,000 years, but its popularity shows no signs of abating. Kuro Chidori, a dark-coloured houndstooth, is part of a family that also includes a pink, and green variation, showing that this classic pattern is versatile enough to be loud and modern too.

 

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Featured laminates: Faux Denim DXO 4310X (on wardrobe), and Bruno Caraceni DXO 1338D (inside wardrobe)
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With fabric textures this nuanced, combining two in this wardrobe isn’t a problem. The charcoal-hued Faux Denim clads the exterior of the structure, which opens up to reveal the taupe-toned Bruno Careceni inside.

 

See how fabric-inspired laminates can add a sartorial edge to your home at the Lamitak Studio (please link the underlined to blog post on 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

 

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Friday: 11.30am–6.30pm
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Topics: Design Inspiration, Fabric-look laminate, Wardrobe Design, hallway, Living Room