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Laminam quartz sintering, an ideal finishing material, not only for the kitchen

10 of October '22

Large-format Laminam tiles.
From the series "Kitchen and kitchen accessories - trends 2022"

Laminam quartz sinter is a mixture of natural minerals in the form of a large-format slab. This material is created by mixing and pressing properly selected ingredients, including quartz sand, shale clay, granite rocks and dyes. The granules are pressed under tremendous pressure and then baked in hybrid furnaces at a temperature of about 1220°C. This results in a large slab (the largest in the Laminam range is as large as 324×162 cm), which is at the same time extremely thin (from 3 to 20 mm). With their patterns, sinters can imitate natural stones, concrete, metal or wood, and a number of their properties make them an increasingly popular choice for countertops (not only kitchen countertops), floors, walls, furniture fronts, fireplaces or exterior elevations.

Laminam Terra to Matera on facade

Laminam Terra to Matera on the facade

© Laminam

Laminam quartz sands in the kitchen

Thanks to their exceptional resistance to chemicals, scratches, water, temperature and UV rays, Laminam quartz sinters are a popular material for use in kitchens - both on countertops, cabinet fronts and kitchen islands, as well as on walls and floors. They can be used to make countertop-integrated elements, such as sinks and milled draining boards. In addition to the visual aspects and durability, another plus is the ease of cleaning. Regardless of their texture, all Laminam quartz sinters are non-absorbent and stain-resistant, which is certainly an important aspect when working in the kitchen. Because of these properties, quartz sinters are also popularly used in bathrooms.

Laminam Terra di Saturnia in the bathroom

Laminam Terra di Saturnia in the bathroom

© Laminam

Like natural stone - IN-SIDE collection

In Laminam's wide range of products, everyone will find something for themselves. Particularly noteworthy is the IN-SIDE collection, the uniqueness of which is due to the use of innovative technology in the production of panels, involving the mixing of natural raw materials composed of different grain sizes. The result of this process is a material whose texture is deceptively similar to natural stone. To this unique technology quartz sinters owe not only a stunning appearance, but also excellent technical properties. The IN-SIDE collection is characterized by a pattern not only on the surface, but also in cross-section. Therefore, we can freely modify the sinters by cutting, milling or drilling, while maintaining their impeccable, full of naturalness appearance.

Laminam Terra di Matera

Laminam Terra di Matera

© Laminam

Back to nature

The sinters offered by Laminam are not only a reproduction of the colors or drawings of granite, marble, wood, concrete and metal. It's a twist on nature and nature, with an emphasis on rendering the texture of materials familiar to us from our surroundings, but with exceptional utility qualities. We can choose among the now fashionable taupe or terracotta shades, as well as more abstract patterns. Additional variety is provided by a variety of tile surface finishes, such as polished, matte, pebbled and flamed, or soft-touch. The brand has more than 200 patterns and colors, and the latest Laminam series is deceptively reminiscent of natural stone with a 3D texture.

Laminam Terra di Saturnia

© Laminam

Dare to use black

Dark colors in interiors are becoming increasingly popular, including black, which should not be feared, you just need to plan its use well, for example, in the form of accents - whether as a table top, kitchen island or one of the walls. It is worth remembering that black is universal, so it goes with all colors and can be freely combined with them. With light colors it will give the effect of a stylish contrast, while with dark colors - a mysterious depth. Black most often appears in arrangements in the modern style, because it creates with light colors a clear tonal contrast, enhancing the modern impression. However, you can use it in any style to which you want to add a strong character. In the kitchen or bathroom, for example, dark Laminam quartz sinters should be juxtaposed with gold fixtures, which will add a luxurious touch to the entire arrangement.

Lamina - Terra di Matera, Terra di Pompei and Terra di Saturnia

© Laminam

Quartz sinter - the ideal material

As we have already mentioned, Laminam large-format panels are lightweight, thin, and extremely durable, resistant to damage and weather conditions. They are an ideal material not only for walls, floors, stairs and fireplaces, but also for countertops - kitchen and furniture tops, window sills and even exterior facades. The possibilities are almost endless, you are only limited by your imagination! Keep in mind, however, that sinters must not be treated as just another type of ceramic tile. Their installation requires special tools and preparations, so these tasks should be entrusted to professionals who specialize in working with quartz sinters.

elaborated. Dobrawa BIES


For more information, visit the company's Laminam page on the PdA portal.

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