Roseburg has expanded its popular Duramine collection with six new thermally fused laminate (TFL) designs, a sophisticated selection of fresh neutrals, grey tones, and hues that complement a wide variety of applications and design styles.
Charcoal Chestnut: This unique, weathered chestnut is modern yet rustic, with an interesting patina. The medium grey tones transition from a solid color to a subtle wood grain depending on light and viewing distance.
Ribbon Walnut: The scale of this quarter-sawn walnut with linear grain design works well for large panels as well as small sections. The fresh, light-toned walnut is perfect for a range of commercial, office, hospitality and residential applications.
Rogue River Maple: The neutral appearance of this maple design includes mineral marks and a nuanced color play that is clean and light, a nod to the new Nordic sensibility.
Frosty Chestnut: The interlocking grain and narrow sap wood lines of this lovely chestnut design provide rustic appeal in grey tones that pair well with today’s most popular color palettes.
Navy: This crisp, timeless navy blue will complement a variety of design styles.
Woodland Grey: This versatile new solid grey with warm undertones is a go-to neutral for any décor, from contemporary to traditional.
The new designs are available via Roseburg’s Quick Ship program from all three of the company’s TFL facilities—Simsboro, La., U.S.; Missoula, Mont., U.S.; and Dillard, Ore., U.S. With the added flexibility of two-sided or one-sided design options, customers can choose panels that work well for any application, including cabinetry, furniture, closets, casework, and organization systems. Roseburg’s popular Charcoal design was recently added to the Quick Ship program, which now offers 35 solid colors and woodgrains for prompt shipment with just one-unit minimums.
Reflecting on the recent enhancements, Mark Graham, Roseburg’s business product manager, says, “We are energized by our new team-based approach to the Duramine program development, taking into account a wide range of aspects including collaboration with designers in our key markets, involvement of the architectural community with our specification team, and most important, listening to our clients and bringing to market the products that support their needs.”