Laminex AbsoluteMatte is a super-matte, intriguingly tactile and fingerprint resistant surface suitable for benchtops and cabinetry. AbsoluteMatte features…
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The Woodlands House uses Laminex AbsoluteMatte in White to create the feeling of spaciousness, with the abundance of natural light throughout the space, complimenting the light absorbing finish. Design: Sgourakis Architects. Photography: Dave Kulesza. Styling: Bea & Co
This newly renovated Gold Coast penthouse delivers elegance, sophistication and liveability with smart material choices. Laminex AbsoluteMatte Raw Cotton has been used extensively throughout the project for the kitchen, living room and bathroom joinery. Interior design and styling: CJH Studio. Photography: Cathy Schusler.
Introducing the Preston House - a calm and considered home in Melbourne's North, by Lauren Egan & Project 12 Architecture. The combination of light absorbing Laminex AbsoluteMatte Black, hand carved concrete benchtops and ceram tiles gives this kitchen a tactile, natural feel. Design: Lauren Egan. Architecture: Project 12 Architecture. Styling: Ruth Welsby. Photography: Martina Gemmola.
Kennedy Nolan’s cleverly designed studio kitchen delivers visual impact and functionality within a small footprint, using rich colour and luxurious Laminex AbsoluteMatte finishes. Featuring Laminex AbsoluteMatte in Green Slate & French Navy. Design: Kennedy Nolan. Art Direction: Ortolan Design. Photography: Derek Swalwell. Styling: Nat J Styling. Editorial Consultant: Infinite Shapes.
The kitchen’s energising colour-blocked design features beautiful warm green Laminex AbsoluteMatte Green Slate on the main cabinetry, with timeless AbsoluteMatte Black used for the benchtop and tower cabinetry. . . Design and styling: Bree Leech Photography: Lisa Cohen
The cabinetry in this living room pairs the classic deep blue of Laminex AbsoluteMatte French Navy, complemented by a display ledge crafted in the wonderfully authentic black-and-white marble texture of Laminex Nero Grafite. . . Design and styling: Bree Leech Photography: Lisa Cohen
This 1920's Perth Cottage has undergone a beautiful extension – retaining its period features at the front of the home and adding a contemporary update to the back. Laminex AbsoluteMatte Black and Sublime Teak are used for the kitchens island base and cabinetry. Design and build: Bacic Group. Photography: Dion Robeson. Styling: Anna Pearl Flanders. Cabinetry: Optima Interiors Artwork: Elle Campbell Art