UAE-based Salco Woods answers the burning question (well, "burning" for those of us fired up by design) what can be done with laminate?
Looking at the company's portfolio of creative surfaces cleverly concocted from wood fiber and resin, I'd say the answer is only limited by one's desire. Here, for instance, is laminate that looks exactly like terrazzo.
And here are washroom cubicles with the solid appearance of steel or aluminum but absent the intensive extraction and climate costs of those materials.
Applications for Salco HPL include just about any surface in kitchens or bathrooms (they're heat- and steam-resistant) as well as work surfaces, partitions, TV cabinets, closets, bed frames, and decorative walls.
They also make a splash in hospitality environments.
Salco's laminate lines include stone, wood, solids, and the creative/customizable "fantasy" line.
See Salco to explore more.