With the introduction of the Barista Collection by Nevamar, Panolam Surface Systems continues its longstanding tradition of bringing technical innovation and sophisticated design to the contract interiors market.
Shelton, CT (PRWEB) July 08, 2014
Panolam® Surface Systems, a leading supplier of integrated surface solutions, today introduced The Barista Collection by Nevamar®, the company’s line of technically innovative high pressure laminate (HPL) products.
“With the introduction of the Barista Collection by Nevamar, Panolam Surface Systems continues its longstanding tradition of bringing technical innovation and sophisticated design to the contract interiors market, while also offering the industry’s broadest selection of integrated surface solutions,” said Al Kabus, President and CEO of Panolam Surface Systems.
Comprised of sixteen new elegantly neutral wood grains and abstract visuals, The Barista Collection is designed to facilitate harmony and compatibility among all finishes and furnishings in a wide range of interior environments.
Panolam’s Senior Director of Design & Communications, Debbie Sulewski explains, “Throughout history, many good ideas that have influenced progress and driven change often have roots in the university or urban coffeehouse environment that served as a backdrop to collaborative thought remixed into great ideas. Likewise, we believe The Barista Collection sets the stage for colors, textures, and shapes to work together to create stunning interior environments.”
The Barista Collection by Nevamar
Eight new wood designs, including native species and exotic fruitwoods:
- Breve and Carajillo – A calm and tranquil visual, this wood grain provides depth with an air of mystery.
- Zulu – Exotic and dramatic, this wood grain piques the senses while making a bold interior statement. Ideally suited for feature wall or accent application.
- Mazagran - This subtle caramelized grain is smooth on the sensory palette. Ideally suited for a multitude of interior spaces ranging from residential to retail.
- Macchiato – With depth and character, this intriguing wood grain seduces other colors and textures.
- Palazzo – A straighter grain that eludes warmth, this lighter mocha brown emerges from the deep dark espresso browns of recent past.
- Chai and Bailey – Two fine cross grain oak visuals, Chai features a lighter, creamy grain, while Bailey’s medium tone exudes a mood of mystery which changes depending on finish chosen.
Eight new abstracts from the subdued to the adventurous:
- Eiskaffe and Calypso – Raw and industrial-like poured concrete or embossed metal, these designs celebrate the beauty in imperfections.
- Rush – This design is inspired by aged metal or ancient earthenware that is tranquil and yet mysterious, as if savoring a first flush tea from ancient Japanese raku-ware.
- Kopi Susu and Frappe – These multi-directional painterly designs have a handcrafted, artisan appeal.
- Crema – The light and wispy movement in this design delivers elegance and grace ideally suited for atmospheres that require a sense of calm and well-being. Perfect for hospitality and healthcare environments.
- Dragonfly and Yunnan – This variegated structured bamboo pattern, which features a labyrinth of rising bamboo stalks in implied atmospheric conditions, pairs well with many textures and colors. The warmth of Dragonfly is reflected in the rising sun, while Yunnan is a cool serene charcoal gray as if the bamboo forest is blanketed in low cloud and mist.
For more than sixty years, Panolam Surface Systems has engineered and manufactured high-quality, innovative surfacing solutions for a wide range of contract, industrial, and residential applications. With an extensive line of high-pressure laminates, thermofused laminates, fiberglass reinforced laminates, and other specialty products available in hundreds of colors and styles under the well-known Panolam, Nevamar, Pionite, Pluswood, Conolite, and other brand names. Panolam Surface Systems provides the vision, value, and versatility that designers, architects, manufacturers, and contractors are looking for today. For more information, visit http://www.panolam.com.