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Lovely laminate from Formica Group; this is True

  • 23 Nov 2017

Formica Group‘s TrueScale laminate is sure to create statement pieces in a range of environments by achieving authentic natural stone and wood looks.

Available in 28 decors, TrueScale laminate gives the natural allure of quality material, including marble, wood and quartz. Developed for commercial projects, it resonates the subtle variations and patterns found naturally within materials, yet manages to eliminate the lofty expenses of sourcing and maintaining the genuine article.

To grab attention is a core part of the TrueScale product; reflecting contemporary design trends, yet featuring a nod to natural looking surfaces at the same time.

Advice from the Formica Group design team and findings from events such as Italian furniture fairs also proved vital as well.

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TrueScale decors do not repeat across the full width of the laminate sheet, so you can savour patterns in all their beauty. Architects, customers and designers benefit from a surfacing solution that is less expensive than premium natural materials, easily accessible and has properties better prepared for hard wearing commercial application.

TrueScale can assist retailers and visual merchandisers in improving their displays, when compared to competitors and in terms of the hospitality and office environment, TrueScale’s versatility means you are not limited by application, as they can be used on anything from reception desks and countertops to wall panels and furniture.

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Formica Group is aligned with the Made in Britain organisation, who promote and celebrate UK manufacturing. All other laminate manufacturers have operate overseas and import their laminate into the UK, meaning Formica Group can provide stability from exchange fluctuations. 

This also means they are better placed to meet UK project deadlines in the provision of supplying materials.

 

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