How will the design of our dwellings and objects adapt to this new reality? Let’s explore the ways.
Explore the diverse commercial projects in which Lamitak laminates have been used, each with a different functional and design intent!
We have gathered some fabulous homes to show you the eye-opening possibilities of using the material, with useful tips from the interior designers of these spaces.
You can just about use laminates in every room of your home on surfaces such as built-in cabinets and walls, to bring your design vision to reality.
Designers Alissa Chan and Ashlynn Lee of Home Guide Interior selected this laminate for use across most of the home’s five bedrooms and in the master bathroom, to give the spaces a uniformed look that is clean and current, yet timeless as well.
Working from home is not fun if there is no designated study or home office area in your home, or if you have to share a common (sometimes messy) space such as the dining table with everyone else in your family. Perhaps it’s time to start thinking about creating a home office that will make working from home as attractive as possible, even in a small bedroom. Here are 10 stylish spaces to get you inspired!
Laminates play an important part in bridging the aesthetics of the kitchen and dining space for visually-unified design themes, thanks to their wide range of designs, affordability, and easy installation and maintenance. Take a look at these examples and take your pick!
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!
As a space to entertain guests and relax, the living room should enjoy the best of both worlds – the edge that industrial-influenced looks can offer, plus the appeal of a welcoming space. Explore the laminates that can help create this fine balance!
Setting up home in Singapore after working in Hong Kong for a number of years, an expat couple in their thirties wanted a cosy and upscale vibe for their resale apartment in the east of Singapore. They also wanted the 1,915sq ft ground floor apartment with three bedrooms to be tweaked to suit their lifestyle needs. With this in mind, they approached Dolly and Eric Teo of interior design firm Space Factor.