A collection of laminates inspired by the intricate patterns of earthly materials: concrete, granite and marble.
19 May, 2015
Top Photo: Tanned Marquina by Greenlam
The new range of patterns created by decorative laminates company, Greenlam, is playfully titled, Fiddler of Patterns. As its name suggests, the range was created for the creative yet subtle experimenter with a penchant for a tactile look and feel.
Providing an array of finishing options, the intricate collection was inspired by the earthly materials of industrial concrete, granular granite and lush marble. Every pattern is distinctive, be it geometric or organic, possessing a natural quality.
An impression of solid and definite forms can be created through Concrete patterns that depict an industrial and urban setting.
Excluding the excessive heavy weight, the new marble laminate designs keep up with the trend of creating luxurious environments through the careful use of marble.
While Fiddler of Patterns’s Granite comes in a warm and inviting finish tailored to suit the casual lifestyle of modern age, Earthy Etudes is inspired by earthen pottery, consisting of simple lines in synchrony, forming beautiful tracks.
Prismatic embodies asymmetrical qualities formed by precise and thin line work, resulting in multiple facets and angles with three-dimensional appeal.
The Greenlam name is synonymous with decorative and imaginative laminates. Founded in India, Greenlam grew and multiplied across Asia within a span of ten years. Its laminates are anti-bacterial – a first in Asia, and made with the environment in mind.
Visit Greenlam’s Laminates Illuminates to search, collect and share your inspiration.
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