Mirror Gloss, which pushes the boundaries of depth and definition, colour and reflective gloss, is produced using first-class particleboard and high quality melamine film, achieving a gloss level of 140 points for decorative use in the furniture industry and interior design.
The new range comprises 20 highly-durable, scratch-resistant, light and colourfast decors that include 14 sparkling gloss colours, four woodgrains and two fantasy decors. The perfect application for Mirror Gloss MFC is fine domestic spaces, home and office furnishings, kitchens, bedrooms and bathrooms, as well as luxury retailing and shopfitting.
Natural Touch, another product from the Kronodesign range, is the first embossed-in-register melamine board where the grain texture precisely matches the surface finish. Now, the authentic look and feel of real timber – the graining, the subtle variations of shade and tone – is accessible on almost any project.
Natural Touch is pre-finished, extremely durable, easy to work with and offers consistency in both colour and grain. This means that architects, interior designers, contractors and furniture makers can now achieve an authentic rustic realism using melamine.
With Natural Touch, the applications are almost limitless, according to James Latham. It can be used for cladding walls, building furniture and creating fixtures, as well as making striking punctuations to spaces and surfaces, and the versatility of this product has made it particularly popular within the shopfitting and hospitality sectors.
Chris Sutton, MD of James Latham, says: “The Kronodesign range represents one of Kronospan’s biggest investments in product research and development, and it shows. This range is fantastic and the market has certainly responded.
“James Latham now offers one of the UK’s widest ranges of innovative surface solutions. We have a history and expertise in bringing new and innovative products to market and these latest additions fit perfectly within our portfolio.”