For their price and rarity, exotic marble types were once the reserve of luxury homes, hotels, boutiques or grand heritage buildings. Now everyone can enjoy these exclusive materials, using laminates which realistically recreate their beauty and uniqueness
You don’t have to shout to be heard. The new luxury is all in the details.
Find out why the creative director of interior design firm Ensemble loves to use laminates, and his top design tips for homeowners.
In an already small apartment, bedrooms can get really tiny. Get some great ideas for maximising the footprint of your bedroom and make your space work harder for you!
Blue is set to cool down our homes as the hot colour to watch for interiors. See five looks you can create using a palette of blue.
We speak to Lucas Yang of Archive Design to find out why laminates are such an important part of an interior designer’s arsenal of materials.
Stone can be perceived as being cold, solid, even boring – but that is far from the truth. Being an organic material, it contains nuances of colour and texture that are delightfully individual. Weathered by the elements, rock surfaces take on a different character.
Bookmatched marble, once exclusive to luxury hotels and swanky abodes for its prohibitive price, has now been democratised. Lamitak has just launched two laminate designs inspired by bookmatched marble, and it looks set to revolutionise home design!
Whether you’re planning to design a relaxing mancave or aiming for upscale hotel-like aesthetics for your space, dark-coloured laminates can help you achieve the look you desire. Look at these seven marvellously moody examples for inspiration.
Laminates are great decorative materials for wardrobes. Their large surfaces make perfect canvases to show off laminate patterns, especially those with large-format designs. With laminates, you can enjoy the appeal of wood, metal, stone, even fabric-inspired surfaces without spending a fortune to achieve those looks! See what we mean with these five wardrobe designs.