The past few years have witnessed an extensive use of veneers in interior designing which is a leap forward from their previous use as mere decorative surfaces. This is mainly because the world has finally woken up to the sophistication and personality veneers add to any living space.
Typography is the art and technique of arranging type to make written language legible, readable and appealing when displayed. The arrangement of type involves selecting typefaces, point size, line length, line-spacing (leading), letter-spacing (tracking), and adjusting the space within letters pairs (kerning).
Wallpapers serve a number of functions beyond just adding to the aesthetics of a space. Indeed, we’d go as far as to say they often don’t receive the recognition they deserve! So here we are, bringing you a compilation of how your space stands to benefit from the use of wallpapers.
While wood veneers and laminates are both decorative panels used to provide finishes to furniture, there are key differences between the two. But first, what are each of these products?
A signature, a human being, and… a wood veneer - what do they all have in common? You guessed it - the quality of being unique.
The different types of highlighters available in the market are essentially classified by the material used in their construction. Hence, they can be marble, tile, wooden, texture paint, etc.
Virtually indistinguishable from wood, laminates are what you’re looking for if the rich look of wood is what you’re after. They are packed with features that can add notes of opulence to any space, and the natural choice if you need a material for interior design that is both stylish and performs at a high level.
Wood veneers, which are essentially thin sheets of wood, are a great way to decorate your home or office in the hues of wood, while at the same ensuring economy is maintained.
Built on the strength of deep market research comes iMove, a revolutionary new product from Kessebohmer that redefines pull-down systems for wall units.