Ply Mahal, Delhi, introduces an exclusive collection of laminate panels
Glorious Backlight Laminate Panels, as the latest offering is called, includes metallic fushion and backlighting
Ply Mahal, an Indian based company having its corporate office in Delhi with flagship display store at Kirti Nagar, New Delhi specialized into Laminates, Veneers, Designer Mouldings & Interior products have recently launched Glorious Backlight Laminate Panels. This new concept with the metallic fusion and backlighting is well-qualified eye catcher that gives life and soul to any décor.
The Glorious Backlight Laminate Panels have one of the most sought-after materials being used for the interiors because of the variety they offer, changing the look and feel of the place they are used in. It can be used in your living area, or bedroom, in your sideboards, kitchen cabinets that will surely meet your luxury demands giving a unique touch of sophistication and style to the modern interior design. It is available in a variety of design, colour, and patterns such as geometric pattern designs, a fusion of tradition and modern design panels, unique contemporary design patterns and more that is suitable to create the theme as per your desire. It also has easy installation and also requires very less maintenance and comes with a long-lasting durability that would sustain for years without any glitch solving your installation and durability issues. It is also removable so that you can change it as per your requirement and themes.
According to Mr. Pankaj Kumar, Director, Ply Mahal, “Laminates designer panels have, over the time, become popular, not only for their appearance but also the impact they leave on the spectator. Our recently introduced glorious backlight laminate panels is the best example as it will perfectly provide the new charm to your interiors. The metallic fusion with the special feature of back-light is perfect to enhance the overall ambiance of your homes with its glowing lighting turning up the interior into more live and artistic than before.”