Bestwood has just released two new melamine decors to the market with a cool mid-century vibe that are proving hugely popular with designers.
Vancouver Larch and Alberta Larch both have a finely-grained quarter-cut timber appearance that was very popular with furniture and cabinetry-makers through the 1940s, 50s and 60s and is now enjoying a renaissance.
Both melamine designs are identical but presented with different colouring. They exhibit a softly striated colour across the panel that creates more interest than might be found in a traditional quarter cut veneer.
The soft warm tones of Alberta Larch make it a hugely versatile option that will pair well with warm veined benchtops along with dark navy and green.
The dark chocolate of Vancouver Larch pairs beautifully with softer pastels such as pistachio and duck-egg blue and makes a striking complement to white and off-whites too.
Melamine is the most affordable and family-friendly cabinetry option and with the ability to use a highly textured Timberland finish on these new woodgrain designs, it’s difficult to tell that they are not real timber.
Bestwood Melamine has Environmental Choice NZ Certification, giving you the assurance that this New Zealand made product leaves a minimal footprint. Complete with a 10-year warranty for enduring durability.
For more details and to order samples visit www.bestwood.co.nz