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Formica Corporation Introduces New Luxe Metal Laminate Designs

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Formica Corporation Introduces New Luxe Metal Laminate Designs

Posted on 12 November 2018 by cradmin

Matte Rose Gold Labyrinth

Matte Bronze Labyrinth

Striking metallics, large-scale geometric patterns and sophisticated textures specially made for commercial interiors are all included in the latest DecoMetal® Laminate products from Formica Corporation. Adding to Formica Corporation’s wide range of surfacing options, this launch includes new colors and patterns in the DecoMetal Laminate line.

DecoMetal Laminate delivers colors with sheen and textures reflecting energy and hand craftsmanship. Joining the existing line are six new designs, including three new colors: Matte Bronze, Matte Graphite and Matte Rose Gold, and two new patterns, Oxibronze and Labyrinth.

  • Labyrinth: Labyrinth provides designers the opportunity to play with geometric patterns to create a truly custom look. The Labyrinth pattern also brings added design options as a large-scale geometric available in two new colors: Matte Bronze and Matte Rose Gold.
  • Oxibronze: Inspired by nature’s living metals, Oxibronze features an organic fluid effect emulating a metallic woodgrain. This sophisticated design is hand-finished using a layered process of polishing, staining and re-polishing real brass foil to ensure each sheet has a unique and uniform patina.

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Finish Tech Corp Offers Metallic Laminates

Posted on 18 September 2017 by cradmin

Finish-Tech-Corp-LaminatesMetallic laminates from Finish Tech Corp. are available in a variety of polished and brushed metal patterns. Finish Tech’s high-gloss metallic polyester laminates offer versatility, durability and ease of application. Choose from copper, silver, gold, pewter and galvanized steel finishes.

Metallic laminates are ideal for value engineering store fixtures, POP displays, furniture, picture frames and many other products either as a replacement for wood, thermoformable vinyls and metals or as an embellishment. They are fabricator friendly and can be profile wrapped, miter-folded, sawn, perforated, drilled, routed, punched, etc.

Finish Tech’s metallic laminates work with a wide variety of substrates. They can be laminated to coil or sheet metal including galvanized steel or aluminum; flat laminated to particleboard, MDF and hardboard; or profile wrapped using PUR glue.

According to the company the laminates will not chip, crack or peel and the metallic sheen maintains more than 95 percent gloss level at 60 degrees. They are available with Finish Tech’s signature Scratch Resistant Finish(SRF) to add surface protection against heat, stains, solvents and scratching.

Most Finish Tech metallic laminates are available in a range of 4 to 11 mils thick, in 50 in. wide rolls. All products are available on flexible or rigid vinyl or as non-PVC products and can be ordered with Finish Tech’s Pressure Sensitive Adhesive.

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Samsung Launches 4 New ‘Metallic’ Colors of Staron Solid Surface

Posted on 18 February 2014 by cradmin

Metallic SatinGold Staron Solid Surface

Metallic SatinGold Staron solid surface

Samsung launched a new series of Staron solid surface that contains four new colors. The new Metallic Series is acrylic solid surface with pearlescent chips that add depth to the materials. The new series includes the following colors: Metallic SleekSilver, Metallic Galaxy, Metallic SatinGold (pictured here) and Metallic Yukon. This is the first new launch of solid surface colors by the company in 2014. In 2013, Samsung launched four new colors of its Radianz quartz surfacing colors. More information about the Radianz Coastal Collection of quartz surfacing can be found here.

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clé Introduces Handmade Metallic Tiles

Posted on 10 September 2012 by cradmin

clé introduces metallic tiles in porcelain, ceramic and limestone that have been painted, glazed, and printed with the glimmer of silver, gold, iron, platinum and copper. The tiles are produced by different international tile artists. Along with gold, the Byzantina rectangle series by Italian artist Adriano Ricchetti of Il Monile, includes iron, platinum, and silver.

Brenda Bates creates her Welbeck tile in her potter’s studio in Cornwall, England. Fascinated by aquatic life in the Celtic Sea, Bates has created the Coast Collection, immortalizing sea stars in hand made tile, delicately painted in 24k gold and platinum. Her Platinum Collection is a study in abstraction, using metallics to define irregular shapes.The weight of the precious metals against the delicate translucent glaze causes the random crackled surface.

The clé Classic Tile Collection has taken the traditional material of porcelain and rendered it modern with faux metal finishes of oxidized steel, iron and copper.

The Metallic Porcelain series allows for installation of a tile where weight or temperature would be problematic for metal. The tile slabs are 13 by 40 inches and can be installed on floors and walls, indoors and out.

The Dutch artist Hanneke Steenmetz silk screens her Shakespeare inspired graphics onto limestone tile for her Studio H.  All of her images are available in gold, silver and copper.

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