Decor of the month 2020
Spotlight on the highlights

The variety of our decors is nearly infinite – in depth as well as breadth. Which is why, each month, one of our selected decors takes centre stage and we put the spotlight on one of the many highlights. Let us surprise you – again and again each month.

Fresh from the designlab:
the decor of the month September

Helmsley

Characteristics

full flowers, cracks, small knots, noble, modern, natural, wild

Application

allover flooring

About the decor

“Helmsley”, named after the medieval Helmsley Castle in North Yorkshire, is a distinguished all-over flooring design inspired by our furniture decor “Whitby”. The original wooden Helmsley Castle was converted into a stone castle in the year 1186. The former knights’ hall later became a stately Tudor manor. Helmsley is a noble, modern and highly expressive flooring. Its beautiful play of colours highlights any room. Full flowers, cracks and small knots pair a natural, wild beauty with discreet elegance.

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Fresh from the designlab:
the decor of the month August

San Marco

Characteristics

Striated, elegant, meandering movements, free of knots, gentle play of colour, refined pore pattern

Application

Furniture, doors, caravans and interior design

About the decor

Striated and calm with meandering movements, emulating a stream in nature. San Marco is an elegant walnut decor with a gentle play of colour and refined pore pattern. The noble creation is free of knots and it features an aura of naturalness and upscale value. The characteristics are highlighted by an additional haptic and metallic cylinder. San Marco lends furniture a sophisticated look. But it is also absolutely perfect for use in interior design, and in the caravan and door industries.

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Fresh from the designlab:
the decor of the month July

Rima

Characteristics

Striking cracks, extended and outlined flowers, restrained planking, subtle mirror effects, individual knots

Application

Surface – base unit, front panel, tables, wardrobes

About the decor

A primordial plank oak with striking cracks, strong colour compositions and extended, outlined flowers served as a role model for our decor Rima (Latin for crack). The appearance is completed by subtle mirror effects, individual knots and restrained planking. The light brushing and an additional haptic cylinder support the depth effect and the natural character of the oak interpretation.

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Fresh from the designlab:
the decor of the month June

San Sebastian

Characteristics

crisscrossed by veins, veins can be partially coloured, plain sections calm and pure

Application

worktops, fronts, tables

About the decor

Classic and interspersed with veins, our San Sebastian decor is reminiscent of one of the most sought-after Spanish natural stones, the Nero Marquina. The plain sections of the stone decor appear calm and pure. In order to underscore the natural character of the quarz inclusions, the strong veins, in particular, can be partially coloured. The cylinder set-up permits a range from light and natural-looking stones to darker versions.

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Fresh from the designlab:
the decor of the month May

Chengdu

Characteristics

Slightly-diagonal, converging lines, radial formations, marquetry character

Application

Surfaces – body, front

About the decor

The Chengdu decor displays slightly-diagonal, converging lines. Depending on the colouring, these radial formations can give the appearance of a fantasy decor or a modified striped wood veneer – a furniture decor with marquetry character. The 4-colour composition is metallic-enabled and can be finished in richly-contrasting colours. The fantasy decor owes its names to the skyscraper, the “Chengdu Greenland Tower”, located in the capital of Sichuan Province in Southwest China. The shape of an iceberg served as inspiration for the outer skin of the building.

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Fresh from the designlab:
the decor of the month April

Karlsbad

Characteristics

directionless, white veins, fine-grained

Application

surface allover – worktop, bathroom, home furniture

About the decor

The design Karlsbad is an elegant fine-grained marble impression with a distinct depth effect. The natural stone template for this decor development has a split-rough surface, whereby slight step formations are partially visible in the decor. Long, almost straight quartz veins lie almost like a layering on the flat, veined, natural stone structure. Both together underline the three-dimensionality.

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Fresh from the designlab:
the decor of the month March

Skorskoven

Characteristics

enhanced wood, carbonised oak planks

Application

surface - kitchen, home furniture, bathroom fittings

About the decor

The Skorskoven design is an impression of blackened oak planks. Its feel of planks worked manually is reminiscent of the traditional method of wood preservation from Japan: Shou Sugi Ban. The special look of carbonised precious wood sets furniture surfaces off to great effect.

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Fresh from the designlab:
the decor of the month February

Diomedes Oak

Characteristics

flowers, knots, occasional fine cracks

Application

flooring allover, worktops

About the decor

Our floor design Diomedes Oak is a powerful impression of oak wood. Its wood characteristics are balanced, moving, appear solid, natural and give the decor a puristic appearance. In large rooms the decor unfolds its full splendour. In small areas, the harmonious interplay of cathedrals, knots and fine cracks makes it look equally elegant.

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Fresh from the designlab:
the decor of the month January

Avril

Characteristics

fabric, 3D effect, fake solid colour, longwise and cross bound

Application

surface – front, corpus, panel, highlighter

About the decor

The design Avril is the impression of a natural plain weave. The irregularities in the fabric are small nodules in the fibres which have the handcrafted appearance of a hand-spun yarn. The three-dimensional effect, refined with a haptic, convincingly conveys a genuine fabric structure. "Avril" transforms surfaces into cosy objects you want to touch and is a discovery of the annual textile trend show, the „Münchner Stoff Frühling”.

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