As a market leader in 3D thermoforming films, Renolit‘s surfacing products have been developed to meet the highest standards of design, quality and performance.
The potential colour has to make an instant visual impression, and the effect that changing a colour can have upon a room and its atmosphere, is fully embraced by Renolit.
From light and airy to dark and sultry, whether providing a background or making a bold statement, whether brash or subtle, contrasting or complementary, Renolit continuously introduces up-to-date new colours to its 3D stock range in order to achieve a multitude of diverse looks.
Six of its latest colours all benefit from the addition of a modern textured surface. This is something Renolit feels is equally as important as the colour itself to the overall finished visual style of a new effect, adding style, design and feeling to the colours.
The six new colours featured span two different spectrums simultaneously, giving very individual results. They range from light to dark colours, and smooth to deeply structured surfaces.
Three variations of Nova – Nova Tadold, Nova Light Cashmere, and Nova Grey – offer a co-ordinating palette of cream, taupe and anthracite respectively, with a semi-matt paint-effect flat surface.
Sand Mellowtouch Matt, in light beige, has a silky smooth finish, while the last two new colours are highly structured, darker designs. Okasha Black is a striking oak and ash combination emboss, while Veralinga Wolfgang Grey is linear and deeply structured.
The Renolit 3D stock range is presented as two individual brands, each with distinctive and appealing product characteristics.
Renolit Covaren contains the company’s premier 3D films. This stock collection is setting trends with new and sophisticated surface structures. Its highly realistic woodgrain prints are almost indistinguishable from real wood, while its range of solid colours contains metallic effects as well as matt finishes. Striking high gloss films are also available, in a variety of colours and attractive decors.
Renolit Alkoren, meanwhile, presents a classic collection of woodgrains and solid colours. All the major woodgrain species are available in an array of different shades and tones – from oak and beech to maple and cherry, exotic timbers and fashionable fruitwoods. A wide range of solid colours covers the whole palette, from light to dark, and vibrant to subtle.
All the new designs can be seen in the 2013 edition A4 Renolit Highlights collection binder, which is available in addition to the handy A6 sized three-part complete range set.