Wonder which laminate designs work well together? Try these 5 good-looking combinations

Posted by Lamitak on Aug 10, 2018 2:30:00 PM

Why use one laminate design when you have two (or more)? Jazz up the design of your home by using more than one pattern, but don’t go overboard! We dish some tips on how to keep the look simple and tasteful with the five examples below.

TV featured wall - WY 4224D & Side cabinet - Karl Hoffmann Elm WY 4256D

Featured laminates: Bella Seville Walnut WY 4224D (TV feature wall) and Karl Hoffmann Elm WY 4256D (side cabinet)
Design and photo: Elpis Interior Design 

 

It’s hard to go wrong if you’re pairing wood-inspired laminates. The designer from Elpis Interior Design, chose a light- and mid-tone wood-inspired laminate for the TV wall and the cabinet beside it respectively, to highlight the contrast between them. The graduation of tones is comfortable on the eye and also goes well with the wood flooring.

 

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Featured laminate: Nori Itadori Elm WYA 4249K and Chalk PCA 1144S
Design and photo: I’D Sense

 

Wood and white is a classic combination that can be used in any area of your home. In this study by I’D Sense, the pairing creates a restful ambience for work or study. However, instead of stark white, use an off-white such as the Chalk laminate which goes well with the warm toasty hues of Nori Itadori Elm.

 

 

Cabinet - Bella Seville Walnut WY 422D & Karla Tivoli Elm WY 1270D-1

Featured laminate: Bella Seville Walnut WY 422D (timber strips) and Karla Tivoli Elm WY 1270D
Design and photo: Elpis Interior Design 

 

Here’s a different take on the white-and-wood combination by Elpis Interior Design. Seen from afar, the Bella Seville Walnut laminate looks almost like a solid white, but it has a subtle wood grain texture that gives it more depth than a flat white.

 

 Picture2-2Featured laminate: Stoffa Moca DXO 5339D (on wall) and Cordoba Nogal WY 1257D

Design and photo: One Design Werkz

 

In a small space like this dressing table corner, it is important to use materials that don’t look flat. Although darker hues are used to create a look of sophistication, the fabric-inspired design of the wall laminate and the wood-inspired pattern of the table make a perfect pairing to add depth to the surfaces. A clever use of lighting by One Design Werkz further brings out the texture of the laminates and keeps the space from looking dark and cramped.

 

 Picture1-3Featured laminate: Febe Noce Portofino WY1267D (dark-coloured laminate), Ibiza Nogal WY1244D (light-coloured laminate)
Design and photo: One Design Werkz 

 

The collage of Febe Noce Portofino and Ibiza Nogal laminate in this bedroom by One Design Werkz are placed on staggered planes for extra dimension, aided by concealed lighting to enhance the overall effect.

 

Come up with your own laminate pairings using the 450 laminate tiles available 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

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Topics: Interior Design, Design Inspiration, Laminate Collage, Wood-look laminate, Marble-look Laminate, Living Room, Bedroom, dining room, Storage Cabinet, Choosing Laminate