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From Mona Lisa to Panga Panga Laminate flooring offers an impressive wealth of decors

13 April 2010

The Mona Lisa has a smile that’s known throughout the world. Now, it has also found its way onto laminate flooring – a popular floor covering that makes everything possible. Thanks to modern digital printing, all sorts of unusual motifs can be turned into eye-catching flooring. Designs include old wine crates and sacks of coffee beans, a weathered sailing canvas, flowers, decals from friendship books, Paisley pattern motifs and company logos. The wealth of decors for laminate flooring leaves nothing to be desired.


Even if you are looking for something a little more subtle, you’ll still be spoilt for choice, as even the range of laminate flooring wood decors offers an endless wealth of possibilities. The classics are acorn, beech and light oak, the authentic surface structures of which create a pleasant living environment. Distorted wood finishes with a grey-white patina are currently very popular and are a perfect match for modern furniture. Domestic fruit woods such as apple, pear and plum also give flooring an innovative touch. Alternatively, you could opt for an exotic flair with tigerwood or Panga Panga, which feature an impressive and expressive stripe design.

Tile decors also have a strong presence. They are available in large or small formats and can be combined in a multitude of ways. White marble and dark slate are particularly popular, but new monotone decors with high gloss finish also feature among the laminate flooring trendsetters. Natural stone or Italian terracotta embody a discreet naturalness. No matter what design you choose, laminate flooring always cuts an impressive figure.

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