From eye-catching wood looks to contemporary concrete patterns, the 2016 Formica® Residential Laminate collection is comprised of ten new patterns. Read on to find the surface that is perfect for your next renovation project.
Café Azul is a timeless, quartz inspired pattern featuring veins of cool gray and warm brown that flow through a white background. Perfect for adding contemporary coloring to a traditional kitchen or bath setting.
If your tastes tend toward the dramatic, look no further than Black Fusion. This stone pattern features a deep black background with gray, white and gold veining. Make your island a statement piece – this look could be considered a work of art.
With white and gray painted cabinets on the rise, wood has found a new home – countertops! Keep your remodel environmentally friendly by choosing a laminate, and keep it on trend by selecting our new Oxidized Maple pattern for a weathered yet refined look.
Subtlety stunning, Neo Cloud is reminiscent of a finely detailed modern quartz look. It is one of our most versatile patterns yet and can be utilized in both contemporary and traditional spaces.
Reclaimed wood in the home is both high-end and approachable. Get the look at a fraction of the cost with Timberworks, a unique pattern created by blending different colors and wood species.
Concrete countertops are showing up in modern apartments and lofts, as well as in industrial or open-space concept kitchens. Get the look without the weight by choosing softly-worn Weathered Cement.
Midcentury enthusiasts rejoice! Grey Josef Linen, a pattern that uniquely utilizes hand drawn geometric shapes under a linen texture, is at home in your 60s styled space.
Grasscloth, available in three usable colors; Natural, Lime, and Slate, was styled using Jonathan Adler’s real grasscloth wall paper to create a visual texture that is unique yet timeless. This look is at home in contemporary and retro-chic homes.