Whether for furniture or paneling, the wood panels have never been so high in demand for decoration. And Duratex, which breathes innovation, presents a variety of colors, styles, and textures that will make any project shine.
Now check out five types of panels and three trends that create rooms full of personality for you to get inspired and focus on what’s really essential.
“Wood in its essence”
The reading and meeting room was inspired by the architecture of stadiums, which give the project a simple and innovative look at the same time. The ceiling and walls were paneled with mock natural wood, creating a warm and timeless personality.
Café do Saber, at CASACOR 2017. The space is signed by the young Alan Freitas, Ana Dora, and Breno Felisbino from the Sopro team, and uses the Itapuã panels, from the Wood Essencial Line, which harmonize the naturalness and the soft brightness of the wood.
Here, the niche shelves and the ceiling were covered with panels of light tones and soft wood grain, forming a texture that perfectly reproduces the naturalness of the wood and highlights the design of the furniture.
Studio of CASACOR 2017, designed by the professionals of Très Arquitetura, exhibits the Carvalho look, from the Design line.
The shops of the largest museums in the world served as a reference for the creation of this space that mixes wood panels glass mosaic tiles. The result is a space that allows exposure and easy viewing of products.
CASACOR store, designed by José Marton, is displayed in the furniture and panels with the Riviera look, from Cross line.
“Sophistication in the right measure”
Another trend in wood panels is one that brings out the soft touch of the fabrics, and gives delicacy and sophistication to the place. Play with the different possibilities of combination with our design and patterns, like the mixture of colors and textures.
The interior designer, Patrícia Hagobian, gave the furniture, in the Friends Lounge, the impression of movement and softness with the Grafite look, the Duratex release from the Trama line.
“Technology that inspires”
How do you imagine the house of the future? To Duratex, it will be fluid and open, allowing the constant evolution of the environments. Some of our patterns use the technology to support this idea. Below you find straight lines and cool nuances in shades of gray, blue, carbon and white, bringing a high tech atmosphere to the space.
The Art Curator’s studio, CASACOR 2017, was signed by the interior designer Marília Veiga, and uses the Titanium standard, of the Trama line, in the coating of part of the space, as well as in the shelf designed by the professional.