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Laminex Extend Their Epic Colour Collection With These On-Trend Hues

The heritage Australian company adds seventeen new ‘decors’ to its offering, including warm earthy shades, stone-look textures + woodgrain.

Sasha Gattermayr
16th of June 2021

The most successful heritage brands are those that continue to evolve and stay two steps ahead of changing trends, that’s how they last so long in the game! Laminex has been manufacturing its quality laminate benchtop, cabinetry and panel products in Australia for the last 85 years – with an ever-growing collection of colours and finishes, developed in line with global interiors trends.

The Laminex Colour Collection for 2021 brings current design trends to the brand’s legacy of reliable, versatile products – now with seventeen fresh ‘decors’ added to the mix! These new additions comprise solid colours, woodgrains and stone-look mineral patterns inspired by organic materials like terrazzo and veined marble.

The palette of solid colours in the living pigments collection was devised with an eye on enhanced neutrals, focussing on tones that are simultaneously rich and muted, such as earthy ochre, dusty terracotta, dramatic purple-ish red and lush foresty greens.

The wood-look styles include a cool Danish walnut and charred timber, while organic options span from a green-and-white veined marble to contemporary grained concrete.

Laminex laminate is engineered for resilience, offering impact, moisture, stain and scratch resistance, as well as Protec+ antimicrobial surface protection. The new range is available in robust, high-pressure laminate for benchtops and horizontal surfaces, and decorated board for vertical applications, such as cabinetry panels and doors. If durability and longevity is your thing, look no further!

The 2021 Laminex Colour Collection is available nationally now. See more here.

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