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Wilsonart Unveils Coordinated Collection of Engineered Surfaces for Hospitality

TEMPLE, TX (November 14, 2017) - Research by Wilsonart’s design team uncovered 4 key movements driving hospitality design trends leading to the development of Wilsonart’s Hospitality Collection of coordinated surface options.

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The Spirit of Ghostwood

If you stand in Old Montreal, and you are very still and very open, you will feel the ghosts. The energy of hundreds of generations of people—First Nations, Europeans, Canadians—passing their lives where you stand. The spirits live in artifact and art, in buildings and rituals, in the food and water. And if you’re very still, very open—you’ll understand you are a ghost of the same place, but a different time.

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Arborite Introduces 36 new Designs That Play Well With Others

The new offering includes an original finish texture and 36 fresh designs (7 Pearlescent, 9 Patterns, 10 Woodgrains, 10 Solid Colors)- but this launch is less about each design, and more about how they harmonize with other materials. “It’s customary for companies to push their design rationale,” said Terry Gentile, marketing and design director for Arborite, “but I’d rather tell the trend stories that inspire our work. So when architects and designers are searching for ways to express how a...

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Connections Link 11 New Wilsonart® Laminate Patterns and Two Innovative Textured Finishes

TEMPLE, TX (September 12, 2017) –“Connections” – not just of telecom, but also people, experiences and knowledge - drive the newest Wilsonart® Commercial Laminate designs launched for Fall 2017. 

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Save A Sample! Recycling Drive Expands in Canada, Arborite a Proud Sponsor of the Event

Usually when an Arborite representative visits a design firm, it is to leave samples of the latest high-pressure laminate designs. But Sept. 20-22, 2017 Arborite’s team, in conjunction with co-sponsor Wilsonart, will call on design firms to take samples away. And not just HPL, they’ll take unused brochures, fabrics and finish cards, too.  

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