James Latham, UK distributor of the exclusive, high-end decorative panel Xylocleaf, has just announced the addition of 13 brand new décors to its range.
Already available in more than 80 different styles and finishes including wood grains and linens, this latest collection has seen the range of laminate décors bolstered to 52, offering an even greater choice to architects, interior designers, furniture makers and specifiers looking to add dimension, depth and texture to projects.
Xylocleaf is already extremely popular for premium commercial, retail and leisure specifications as it is strong, durable and highly scratch and chemical resistant, so as well as looking great, it is particularly well suited for high traffic areas.
These features also make Xylocleaf a popular choice for residential applications as it can be used to manufacture all kinds of interior furniture from worktops and cupboard doors in kitchens and bathrooms to tables, desks, shelving, wall panelling and even internal doors.
Because the surfaces are made in the form of panels, laminate sheets and matching ABS edge banding, textures, finishes and colours can be blended, allowing different parts of a commercial or residential design scheme to feature matching or contrasting items, creating a fluid and contemporary finish throughout.
Paul Morson, James Latham’s group product champion for melamine says: ”Xylocleaf represents a new generation of panel product for us and one which offers extraordinary potential, delivering a complete solution of innovative products to suit all decorative tastes, trends and applications.
“Created and manufactured in Milan and unlike anything else on the UK market, it has quickly become a real success story for James Latham. Our customers really love working with it and the end result is outstanding.
“And with the addition of 13 new décors, I can see even more interest and specifications coming through from our A&D customers.”
The new collection sees the addition of such distinctive and striking finishes as Ares, Matrix, Maloja, Esperia and Concreta. Samples can be obtained by contacting your local James Latham depot and details can be found online.