A. Beach dune.
This paintable thermoplastic laminate has a 3-D texture resembling windblown sand. EccoFlex Mojave, starting at about $6.25 per sq. ft.; Advanced Technology Inc.B. Boomerangs.
Created by Raymond Loewy in the 1950s, this is a classic example of mid-century modern design. Charcoal Boomerang, about $2 per sq. ft.; Formica GroupC. Red ripple.
Sculpted grooves add shadow lines to vertical applications. Grenadine, about $2.25 per sq. ft.; Formica GroupD. Tiny bubbles.
This anime-inspired pattern is embedded in a high-pressure laminate. Beluga, about $2.25 per sq. ft.; Formica GroupE. Blue wave.
A wavy pattern reminiscent of finger paint adds a fun touch to counters, Blue Agave, starting at about $2 per sq. ft.; WilsonartF. Blue shimmer.
Streaked with sparkles, the surface has a pearlescent sheen. Beryl Wisp, about $3.25 per sq. ft.; Lamin-Art