Inspired designs: Black and White Collection from Wilsonart

Available through Wilsonart’s Virtual Design Library (VDL), the collection includes 18 new laminate patterns, from large-scale designs inspired by the features found in Eucalyptus wood to abstracts made up of bold, multi-colored triangles.
Available through Wilsonart’s Virtual Design Library (VDL), the collection includes 18 new laminate patterns, including large-scale designs inspired by the features found in Eucalyptus wood. Photo credit: Wilsonart

Available through Wilsonart’s Virtual Design Library (VDL), the company's new Black and White Collection includes 18 new laminate patterns, from large-scale designs inspired by the features found in Eucalyptus wood to abstracts made up of bold, multi-colored triangles.

The collection includes Charcoal Eucalyptus, which is available in a dark grey planked wood look, with the large-scale design having the unique features found in Eucalyptus wood.  The Silver Eucalyptus is also large-scale wood design, but in a pale grey color.

Vintage Houndstooth is a large-scale design made up of whites and greys that play together. The grey houndstooth design is overlaid on top of a wood look and both have been worn through time. Meanwhile, Charcoal Tri is a small-scale abstract and monochromatic design made up of multi-colored triangles.

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Also included in the collection is Golden Nero, a large-scale marble, with the black stone design having large golden linear fractures throughout.  Meanwhile, Marble Fog is an abstracted linear marble in monochromatic grays. This medium-scale design features thin planks.

Similarly included in the collection is Loft Door, a medium-scaled design that is a very light grey with hints of dark grey and gold scratches throughout the pattern. Deco Charcoal, for its part, is an art deco-inspired pattern with a metal look in a classic black and gold color combination.  Meanwhile, Deco Blanco is a taupe-colored large-scale design. The art deco-inspired design features a bronze metallic-looking pattern over the design.

These new engineered surface materials are applicable to residential, healthcare, retail, hospitality and education interiors.

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