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Watercolor Porcelain 180fx Laminate

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Formica Presents 2020 Living Impressions Collection

Posted on 15 January 2020 by cradmin

Formica has presented its 2020 Living Impressions™ Collection. The collection features six new style-forward surfacing designs, including five new 180fx® Laminate patterns and one new Formica® Laminate pattern. 

The collection draws inspiration from nature and art, and the designs are endlessly compatible with aesthetics – from traditional to modern to elegant and every style between.

The designs in the 2020 Living Impressions™ Collection were inspired largely by three emerging lifestyle trends:

  • Handcrafted – Artwork adds a personal touch to a home. Frequently inspired by nature, craftspeople today value tradition with a modern twist.
  • Black & White Elegance – Simplicity never goes out of style. Color blocking provides a modern take on this elegant pair.
  • Soft, Subtle & Simple – Relaxed and refined. Neutral colors and subtle patterns provide calm and comfort.

The new 180fx patterns are: White Painted Marble, Black Painted Marble, Watercolor Porcelain (pictured above), Watercolor Steel and Calacatta Cava. Black Bardiglio is the new Formica® Laminate pattern.

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Formica Introduces 2019 Living Impressions Collection

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Formica Introduces 2019 Living Impressions Collection

Posted on 19 February 2019 by cradmin

Neapolitan Stone with Planked Coffee Oak

The 2019 Living Impressions™ Collection introduced by Formica features 12 contemporary options; six new 180fx® patterns and six new Formica® Laminate patterns. 2019 marks the 10th anniversary of 180fx®, and the company is celebrating with the introduction of a new finish and fresh pattern options. The collection includes a wide range of on-trend looks that incorporate organic and authentic stones and woodgrains, classic white and light surfaces, and darker selections to instill a dramatic mood.

The new 180fx® patterns are: White Knotty Maple, Smoky Planked Walnut, Nero Marquina, Pietra Grafite, Neapolitan Stone and Istanbul Marble.

The new Formica Laminate patterns are: Gray Onyx, Planked Raw Oak, Marmara Gray, Marmara Beige, Planked Coffee Oak and Ice Onyx.

You may also be interested in this article about the new HanStone Quartz Design.

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Formica Adds 10 New Laminate Patterns, Upgrades Surfacing Technology

Posted on 11 February 2015 by cradmin

Formica new 180FX colors

Formica’s 4 new 180FX colors revealed at KBIS 2015

Not only did Formica Corporation add 10 new laminate patterns to its line-up, including four new additions to its 180fx® line (pictured here) and six PremiumFX™ patterns, it also improved its surfacing technology to increase durability. EliteForm™, the new surfacing technology, not only makes the laminate more durable and scratch-resistant, it also improves the ability to post-form tighter radius edge profiles. With the introduction of this new technology, two existing Formica finishes now join the residential horizontal lineup – Artisan™ and Gloss. Previously restricted to light-duty, horizontal applications, these finishes are now suitable for a variety of applications, including countertops. EliteForm surfacing technology will be available on all Formica brand laminate products.

The additions to the 180fx line, with its large repeat pattern provides a realistic appearance in small and large-scale applications. The new additions imitate the natural detail of stone and wood, while the Premium Series additions have the look of stone, concrete and horizontal wood. The patterns focus on a neutral palette to pair with any interior design concept. The new 180fx patterns include Strata Olympico, with a marble like distinctive linear pattern of contrasting white and gray stripes; Marbled Cappuccino, with intricate detailing of chocolate brown, cream, white and black; Ferro Graphite, with a brown-gray marble look featuring subtle swirls with bold white veins; Wide Planked Walnut in the new Natural Grain™ finish, with the look of a a mix of walnut heartwood and sapwood featuring light to medium brown tones.

The six new patterns in the PremiumFX Series include four stone and concrete like patterns and two horizontal wood patterns. The four new stone patterns include: Marfil Cream, with warm white tones and light gray accents that really come to life with the new Scovato™ finish, which is lightly textured and low-gloss; Marfil Antico has a travertine-like beige with dark gray accents and light veining, similar to concrete; Silver Quartzite, which was created to mimic natural stone, has a silver background laced with white and black veining, whispers of charcoal, rust and gray are present throughout; and White Ice Granite with a with background with blue-gray and warm gray clouds and charcoal veining.

The two new wood grains in the Natural Grain™ finish are Oxidized Beamwood, an elegant wood grain with soft brown tones weathered with a gray patina. This new finish enhances the look of modern or distressed woods in cathedral and straight grains; and Salvage Planked Elm, which captures the trend of reclaimed wood and features a dramatic visual of painted, vintage wood planks.

You may also be interested in this article on seven new colors of laminate Formica launched last year.

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Formica Adds to 180fx Laminate Collection

Posted on 25 March 2014 by cradmin

formica Red DragonFormica Corporation has added four new colors that have the look of granites to its best-selling 180fx laminate collection. The 180fx laminates are made to capture the beautiful detail and veining of high-end, exotic surfaces but with the attributes of laminate. The new colors are Red Dragon (pictured here), an exotic red with dramatic veining and gray crystals; Lapidus Brown, a granite that features gold tones and iron veining highlighted by creamy white crystals and gray and black pebbles; Magma Black, a dramatic stone with a liquid lava appearance; and River Gold, a creamy-white granite with linear veins of gold and gray highlighted by brown crystals.

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