Panaplast, a subsidiary brand of EDL, has expanded its collection with 27 made-in-Japan timber décors and three made-in Italy stone décors.
August 22nd, 2017
Panaplast produces high-pressure laminates with an understated, minimal aesthetic that translates into versatility and timelessness.
This August Panaplast has launched its 2017/2018 collection. This collection comprises 27 made-in-Japan timber décors and three made-in Italy stone décors split into four series.
A tribute to the texture of slate, the three new shades in the Stone series are available in a larger-size format (up to ten feet) for a seamless look and cost savings.
The Moku series (its name taken from Japanese word for ‘wood’) creates a convincing natural timber feel by playing up the imperfections and ridged textures found in various Japanese woods.
A popular existing collection, the Nosimo series, features a fingerprint-resistant matte finish and a fine woody texture. This year Panaplast has added 11 new shades to Nosimo and launched a new rustic version of the series called Nosimo Paint Wood, which comprises 10 soft pastel tones with a timber effect that mimics painted and weathered wood.
This newest series served as the starting point of Panaplast’s visual campaign, which portrays its products as an attractive alternative to paint.
Beyond good looks, Panaplast products offer impressive technical performance including resistance to fingerprints, a zero-reflection finish, and easy maintenance.
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