25 April, 2023
Lamidecor recently attended the BAU trade fair in Munich, the leading trade fair for Architecture, Building Materials, Building Systems and Building Restoration in the world. At the fair, we were able to see the latest trends in decorative paper for door design.
What is the BAU trade fair?
BAU is a world leading trade fair held every two years in Munich, Germany. The fair is a platform to present and discuss the latest trends in the construction industry. Visitors can see innovative products, solutions and services from more than 2,000 exhibitors from all over the world.
Why visit the BAU trade fair?
Lamidecor has always been a pioneer in product innovation and quality improvement. Therefore, we visited the BAU fair to learn about the latest trends in design and technology in the construction industry. We were also able to establish contacts, and meet the industry’s leading suppliers and manufacturers, which allowed us to increase our network and improve our supply capacity.
White doors: the timeless trend
White doors are a timeless trend that has been around for years and has continued to gain popularity at BAU. They suit any style of décor, from modern to traditional. They can also make any space appear larger and brighter.
Natural woodgrain wallpaper designs in natural and horizontal shades for doors
Horizontal, natural woodgrain wallpaper for doors was one of the most noticeable trends at the BAU trade fair. This design mimics the texture and pattern of natural wood, making it ideal for rustic or modern interiors. In addition, the horizontal pattern helps to create a sense of spaciousness.
Design doors in a matt or pore-marked finish
Los diseños de puertas con acabado mate o poroso son otra de las tendencias que destacaron en la feria BAU. This type of door offers a smooth, matt texture that is perfectly suited to modern designs. In addition, the marked pore adds a rustic and natural touch that makes them unique and attractive.
In summary, the visit to the Bau fair in Munich has been a very enriching experience. It has allowed us to learn about the latest trends and products in the construction industry, establish contacts and networking, and broaden our perspective on the decorative role of wood door design. No doubt, we will meet again in the next edition.