So, what makes Monarchlam special? Let’s take a closer look.
Our Monarchlam range of laminates is manufactured in a state-of-the-art facility in Rudrapur, Uttarakhand. We maintain the highest quality standards and innovation while maintaining the trust and reliability that Archidply’s other products offer.
The range is available in three standard thicknesses of 0.8 mm, 1 mm, and 1.5 mm and four different sizes of 1220 x 2440 mm, 1235 x 2455 mm, 1244 x 2464 mm, and 1300 x 3050 mm as per your requirements.
The six new textures are truly unique. From the natural feel of wood to the smoothness of marble, these textures are designed to suit every taste and need. Whether you’re looking for a rustic, earthy feel or a sleek, modern look, there’s a texture to match.
Moreover, the 28 new designs are simply stunning. Archidply has collaborated with top designers to create patterns that are fresh, vibrant and eye-catching. From geometric shapes to floral motifs, there’s something for everyone.
You may think that Monarchlam may be like the other kitchen laminates or decorative laminates. But no, that is far from the truth. Here are a few reasons why:
At Archidply, we understand that choosing the right laminate for your project is not easy. That’s why we’ve created a range of tools and resources to help you make the right choice. Our website features a comprehensive product catalogue, as well as a visualiser tool that lets you see how different laminates will look in your space.
We also have a team of experts who can help you with everything from product selection to installation. Our team is available to answer any questions you may have and guide you through the process from start to finish.
Monarchlam is a true game-changer in the world of laminates. With its unique textures, stunning designs and durability, it’s no wonder it’s quickly becoming a favourite among homeowners, designers and contractors alike.
So, if you’re looking to give your space a fresh, modern look with stylish decorative laminates, look no further than Monarchlam from Archidply.