Design Inspirations

Using Laminates In The Kitchen

  • October 13, 2016

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Kitchen Cabinet: AO 3444 SY
Feature Wall with lights: AK 9922 SA
Table Top: AO 3444 SY

Using Laminates in the Kitchen

The kitchen is perhaps the most popular place where laminates are used. Laminates like Arova high pressure laminates (HPLs) are versatile, durable and cost-effective. They can be used for any surface on the built-up furniture.

Kitchen Cabinet Surfaces

Laminates are commonly used on kitchen cabinet surfaces, namely the kitchen cabinet structures and doors. Laminates also come in a variety of finishes. Smooth finishes are excellent for the kitchen. They minimise the accumulation of dirt and grime that can happen with regular cooking. They are also easy to clean.

But did you know that you could also use laminates for the kitchen countertops? Countertops made with a laminate finish are a cost-effective alternative to stone and solid surface materials. Note that such countertops only allow above-counter sink installation. That aside, you’ll enjoy the same fuss-free benefits of laminates.

Choices Galore

Many homeowners and interior designers in Singapore love to explore different styles for their home. Whether it’s contemporary, industrial, classical or country, your dream kitchen can be achieved with laminates.

Consider the contemporary style, where you can choose from glossy or matte laminate finish for your kitchen cabinets, whether you prefer an all-white or red and black kitchen. For the classical, country or industrial style, woodgrain laminates in a myriad of tones and patterns can be matched with laminates in solid colours.

Creative Kitchens

Thinking of pushing the boundaries of interior design and kitchen design? The interior design and architecture field in Singapore are filled with creative professionals. With Arova HPLs, you can explore kitchen designs that are out of the ordinary. If you love curvaceous designs, post-form grade laminates can be used to realise cutting-edge kitchen designs. Post-form grade laminates can undergo a process of heating and bending to accommodate trendy designs.