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From healthcare and hospitality to retail and education, the versatile and innovative 2021 Formica Specialty Collection introduces an expansive palette of natural woodgrains and sophisticated metals – not to mention the marquee acrylic Everform Solid Surface collection – to an array of interior spaces.

Woodgrain Wonders

Expanded with 16 new offerings, the Formica Woodgrain Collection’s natural finishes in neutral hues and light, Scandinavian-inspired tones lend commercial spaces a sophisticated sense of warmth and character.

Alongside the classics – ash, elm, cherry, oak and walnut shades – the series includes unique patterns with a subtle yet striking aesthetic. 

Safety in Style

Hygienic. Non-porous. These qualities alone make Everform Solid Surface, an acrylic collection originally called Formica Solid Surfacing and featuring 30 classic patterns, an exceptionally safe and versatile choice for high-use commercial and residential spaces. Recently introduced, its eight elegant new finishes are also distinguished by a rare blend of style and function.

Marvelous Metals

The DecoMetal Laminates Collection offers a baker’s dozen of striking solid metal and metal laminate surfaces – 13 variations on a glamorous sheen that fosters a sense of understated drama in any interior. The modern printed solid metals, boasting a sleek full-sheet presence, complete a multitude of ingeniously engineered and distinctly contemporary looks that also include the Polished, Brushed, Stainless and Veil series.

This content was published by Azure on behalf of Formica. More information about the 2021 Specialty Collection is available here.

Depth of Surface: Formica’s Specialty Collection Offers Versatile Elegance

The 2021 Formica Specialty Collection comprises natural woodgrains, elegant metals and the standout Everform Solid Surface series.

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