Inspired by nature: 2019 Living Impressions collection by Formica Canada

Formica Canada has launched its newest collection. The 2019 Living Impressions includes 12 new Formica High Pressure Laminate patterns and two new finishes.

There are six new 180fx High Pressure Laminate patterns, including Nero Marquina, a fine black marble with crisp white veining, reminiscent of a painter’s brushstroke; Neapolitan Stone, which is comprised of whites, beiges, blues and warm grays so that the pattern emulates the flow of sand on a Mediterranean beach; and Pietra Grafite, a soft gray with white veining that is clean with plenty of movement.

There are also six new Formica High Pressure Laminate patterns, including Onyx, which come in two new patterns (Ice Onyx and Gray Onyx); Marmara, which comes in two new marble designs originating from Turkey’s Marmara Island in the middle of the Marmara Sea, the smallest sea in the world; and Oak, which comes in two new takes on woodgrain.

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Two new finishes are similarly available: SatinTouch, a new, smooth-to-the touch finish with a silky feel and sheen; and Pure Grain, a woodgrain finish that adds dimension and depth to wood patterns.

There are also two new IdealEdge edge options available in a 1.5-inch size: Waterfall and Double Radius.

In addition, the Ogee and Bullnose profiles will also now be available in 1.5-inch size.

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