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6 Interior Design Tips for Laminates- Amulya Mica

Laminates are slowly but steadily becoming a staple of interior design, thanks to their unique combination of elegance, durability, and value. Amulya Mica provides a wide choice of vibrant, bold, and one-of-a-kind laminates that make it simple to create any atmosphere. Wood patterns, metal finishes, abstractions, and bespoke designs are just a few of the choices in our laminate inventory. Here's what we propose if you're wanting to employ laminates in your interior design, based on our unrivalled expertise in the field.

  1. Choose your laminates based on where they'll be used.

Your laminate pattern and colour should be depending on where it will be utilised. Some laminates are more difficult to clean than smooth laminates, such as those with varying textures. When exposed to light, decorative laminates with glossy surfaces tend to show thumbprints. Matte laminates are consequently appropriate for touch-sensitive areas, whilst glossy and textured laminates are favoured in low-traffic areas.

  1. When you're on a budget, use laminates.

Decorative laminates are available in a wide range of designs, especially for popular patterns such as wood and marble, for a reduced cost. Laminates are less costly than other materials like spray paint and veneer, yet they endure a long time. Laminates are also wet and scratch resistant, as well as quite easy to clean.

  1. Clean water spills on laminate surfaces as soon as possible.

Laminates aren't waterproof, but they're water resistant. Allowing water to rest on laminate surfaces for an extended period of time is not recommended. Also, never allow water to seep into the laminates' joints or edges, since this may cause them to separate from the substrate.

  1.  Make use of gentle cleaning products.

Many laminate manufacturers recommend using a moist towel and dish-washing detergent to wipe off debris and remove stains from laminate surfaces. Laminate surfaces can be damaged by abrasive materials or powerful chemicals.

  1.  Use a variety of designs to create a unique look.

Solid colour laminates may be used with wood textured laminates to produce a distinctive and beautiful look. Wood grain designs stand out and become more evident when compared to solid colour laminates.

  1. Always ask for samples

Things might appear quite differently in the studio than they do in real life. As a result, no decorative laminate catalogue can accurately depict the look and feel of various laminate kinds. Regardless of the sort of decorative laminates you're searching for, make sure to request samples from your provider to avoid any unpleasant surprises.


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