James Latham offers a trio of innovative and contemporary surface solutions to Interior Designers, Architects and Kitchen Installers looking to achieve limitless creativity with their kitchen projects.
Distributed exclusively in the UK and Ireland by James Latham, HI-MACS® solid surface is a highly versatile and extremely durable material which can be easily machined and thermoformed to almost any 3D-shape imaginable, offering endless design possibilities and producing a surface that is flowing, functional and visually seamless.
Even large-area installations have the appearance of a single application and this non-porous, completely smooth surface means that liquid penetration is practically impossible, making it completely sterile, easy to clean and repair – therefore creating the perfect base for germ-free areas.
HI-MACS® has been granted a specialist hygiene certificate, which means it is particularly well suited for use in kitchen environments and these exceptional technical features mean it will not look tired or deteriorate in terms of its appearance or performance.
One of the major attractions of HI-MACS® is the extensive choice of colours on offer. There are almost 100 in the portfolio, with sixty two of these being suitable for kitchen applications. Supplied in thicknesses of 12mm, 9mm and 6mm, the range now also includes 22 designs of sinks – available in over 60 colours.
Architects and interior designers will also be keen to know that the full range of HI-MACS® colours is now available for download in CAD software-compatible format by clicking on www.himacsuk.co.uk.
James Latham is now offering Shinnoki 2.0, a range of ready to use veneered panels that are supplied already stained and lacquered, requiring no further finishing.
With Shinnoki, the veneer is applied to an MDF base, rendering the panels sturdy and easy to use. In addition, the panels are produced in both a single or double sided finish, with the first having a melamine faced-reverse. The veneers are mismatched, but stained and textured to create a consistent finish that shows the natural aspects and beauty of the species.
The extensive Shinnoki 2.0 range is supplied in designs which are completely in tune with current design trends within the kitchen sector and includes matching realwood and ABS edge banding. The 17 designs are also supplied in separate 3-ply veneer sheets, perfect for curved surfaces as well as doors or other interior requirements.
The uniform quality and consistency of the Shinnoki 2.0 collection is exceptional. It enhances the natural beauty and lively appearance of real wood, both visually and to the touch and James Latham has already seen it make a big impact with its interior design and kitchen customers in both the commercial and residential sectors.
Part of the Kronodesign range, Mirror Gloss comprises 20 highly durable, scratch resistant, light and colorfast decors that include 14 sparkling gloss colours, four wood grains and two fantasy decors.
Mirror Gloss pushes the boundaries of depth and definition, colour and reflective gloss and is produced using first class particleboard and high quality melamine film, achieving a gloss level of 140 points for decorative use in the hospitality, interior design and furniture making industries.
The perfect application for Mirror Gloss MFC is surfaces in kitchens, bedrooms and bathrooms as well as fine luxury retailing and shop fitting, domestic spaces, home and office furnishings.