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!
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.
Delve into a sea of blue with these six inspiring spaces, each featuring one of Lamitak’s intriguing shades of blue.
This modern minimalist living room by Starry Homestead designer Steven Siew is the complete opposite of what it used to look like.
Rayson from Starry Homestead transformed this home by dictating major layout changes and softening the hard edges of its awkward shape.
They say the kitchen is the heart of the home. For this four-room HDB flat in Ang Mo Kio, it is also the most hardworking space.
The selected light-coloured laminates achieved Steven’s aim of brightening the whole living space, and this positive outcome is enhanced by a new lighting scheme. .
In this series of blogposts, we feature six real-life spaces which underwent an extreme makeover as part of Mediacorp Channel 8’s new home makeover show House Everything. Lamitak proudly sponsored the laminates featured in these stunning transformations.
Think retro style and lots of bright happy colours come to mind. The use of wood for furniture, even for walls, was also a dominant feature in mid-century homes. Read on to find out how to create exuberant retrolicious style with laminates!