Classics and urbanism: how laminate flooring combines styles and erases boundariesArticles
In this article, we offer you to familiarize yourself with several decors of laminate, which is easily integrated into any interior and will help you accurately implement design solutions and the most unusual ideas about the appearance of your apartment. We will talk about the updated collections of the Blue and Black Floorpan laminate line by Kastamonu, which is one of the world’s market leaders.
It is almost impossible to imagine the interior of a modern city apartment without laminate: this universal and affordable flooring is gaining momentum. The variety of decors and a wide range of technical characteristics allow using laminate for rooms with different functions — for example, a bedroom, hallway, kitchen or balcony. You can also divide zones within the same room by taking different decors with the same parameters.
Options for decorating an apartment and giving it its own unique style will be limited only by the flight of your imagination. Depending on your preferences and the expected result, you can choose laminate that looks like stone or tile, different types of wood, or parquet board.
The Floorpan Black collection by Kastamonu is a fusion of classics and urbanism. Bright solutions, unusual coloristics. Fancy experimental designs are represented by a variety of decors, as well as stylistic and color solutions. Thus, the FP 857 Pine Asahi decor embodies boldness and dynamism.
Pine Asahi is an exclusively rustic decor. A feature of this design is the trick of various nuances of grey. The strong character of the decor is supported by large sections of tangential sawing, wood fibers and knots that stand out. The decor is designed in the form of clearly distinguishable long floorboards conveying the natural growth and structure of the northern tree.
The urban trend in the collection will be supported by the FP 856 Oak Baccarat.
This decor is a symbiosis of concrete and laconic, as well as aged oak wood structure. The resulting three-dimensional effect further strengthens and gives this decor a modern and original look.
If the light sea breeze, sun’s rays gliding on the warm sand, and the carefree summer holiday were to be expressed in a combination of shades, it would be a delicate pastel — one of the most popular color schemes in the new season, which perfectly complemented the already favorite classic designs of the Floorpan Blue collection.
The concept of the collection is revealed in such decors as FP 703 Oak Allen, FP 705 Oak Greymouth and FP 707 Oak Northland.
A unique character of the Oak Allen decor is created due to countless cracks, outstanding knots and sections of aged wood. It will become the star of your interior.
The Oak Greymouth is true classics, which is restrained, elegant and made in a rustic style. The typical oak structure shows well-defined pores and a soft rustic wood cut.
The Oak Northland is a modern and dynamic design of white oak. A fresh look at Provence for a modern city. Enlarged cracks and the effect of bleached wood define the pattern of this floor decor. Bright wood rays and mobile floral areas convincingly convey the rustic character of this texture.
These laminate decors make it possible not only to design an apartment to your taste, but also to give the interior a special depth, and a unique style reflecting your character and preferences. Stay at home and take care of your health, and Floorplan by Kastamonu will make your home cozier!
Kastamonu was established in 1969 as a part of the HAYAT holding. The group of companies specializes in the manufacturing of MDF wood boards, particleboards, laminate flooring, door skin panels, and glossy panels. The consolidated turnover of the company amounts to €1.3 billion. The annual production of wood boards is 5 million m3, laminate flooring — 70 million m2. Kastamonu has 18 plants in 7 countries: Turkey, Russia, Italy, Romania, Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the USA. The company ranks No. 7 internationally and No. 4 in Europe among the largest companies in the wood processing industry.