Laminate

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Laminate

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Laminate countertops became the mainstream in kitchens in the 1960's. The biggest misconception about laminate is that people think it is made of plastic. Laminate is actually layers of compressed kraft paper adhered to a substrate of either flake board, plywood or a Medex. These layers are hardened with resins and topped with a decorative layer of paper which gives it its design, color and pattern. A top layer of resin is applied adding protection and sometimes adding texture and various sheens. We've all seen those dated pink, orange, or white and gold-flecked laminates that were so popular in the mid-century. Now with the advances that have been made in digital imaging, laminate is not what it used to be. Patterns, colors and textures resembling the look of natural stones are more common throughout the different brands, and graphic patterns add a fun and diverse option that can’t be found in a natural stone. Along with endless color and pattern options, many different front edge options are available. To learn more about these options, stop by the showroom or call for an appointment.

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BRANDS INCLUDE:

Wilsonart / Formica / Pionite 


CLICK HERE for Use and Care Guide for Laminate