4 design trends in interior building materials and decorative surfaces
June 21, 2016 | 2:56 pm CDT
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CHICAGO - NeoCon 2016, held June 13-15 at the Merchandise Mart in Chicago showcased several design trends in lighting, flooring, decorative surfaces and materials.

1) Lighting

Dyson csys: LED task lighting system with heat pipe technology.

ImagiLux: Ulra-thin LED light panels.

Koncept: The Gravy wall sconce comes in a wide selection of finishes like felt fabric, chrome, wood veneers and other painted finishes. Plug-in or hardwire versions are available.

Philips Lighting: Luminous patterns can add accents with color, texture, light, and movement.

2) Decorative surfaces

Architectural Systems: ASI decorative surfaces

Organoid Technologies: natural wood coatings are completely made of natural raw materials (particles of spruce and bark chips) usually applied on HPL support boards.

Sensitile Systems: Contemporary light fixtures infusing the active play of light into its dynamic materials.

Wilsonart: Laminate custom design services with high-speed digital printing technology.

3) Flooring

6 Degrees Flooring: VTL flooring panels with woodgrain prints.

4) Materials

Neucor: Leightweight MDF panels.

 

 

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Michaelle Bradford | Editor

Michaelle Bradford, CCI Media, is Editor of Closets & Organized Storage magazine and Woodworking Network editor. She has more than 20 years of experience covering the woodworking and design industry, including visits to custom cabinet shops, closet firms and design studios throughout North America. As Editor of Closets & Organized Storage magazine under the Woodworking Network brand, Michaelle’s responsibilities include writing, editing, and coordinating editorial content as well as managing annual design competitions like the Top Shelf Design Awards. She is also a contributor to FDMC and other Woodworking Network online and print media owned by CCI Media.