4 Reasons Your Luxury Paper Bags Should Be Unlaminated

Businesses who understand the value of luxury bags know that even small details are well worth considering. As such, many find themselves struggling to decide between laminated and unlaminated paper bags. There’s really no right option since both laminated and unlaminated luxury bags come with their own pros and cons, but here are just a few reasons why you should use laminated. 

  1. They’re More Eco-Friendly 

It doesn’t seem too long ago that eco-friendliness was something of a fringe concern when picking out bags, but times have changed. More and more businesses are taking responsibility for the way their practices effect the world, and more and more customers are taking note. If you’re looking for a thoroughly eco-friendly statement, unlaminated bags make a little more sense since they’re much easier to recycle. 

  1. Natural Yet Upscale 

Lamination can give your bags a sheen that suggests premium care, but that doesn’t mean unlaminated bags sacrifice a sense of luxury. Choosing high quality paper without the lamination provides a high-end feel that merges the natural simplicity with a high-grade material. That’s why you’ll often see unlaminated luxury bags used by high-end businesses that still value all-natural branding. 

  1. Customization Options 

Leaving your bags unlaminated means your customers are able to customize them more easily. Of course, you’ll also be free to add plenty of personalization options yourself. That means anything from foil block printing to choosing between various handle options, such as ribbon, cotton, or twisted paper. 

  1. Cost Effective

Luxury bags should be seen as an investment – they’re part of what shows customers you care about more than the bottom line. At the same time, it’s always nice to keep costs as low as possible, and going unlaminated is a good way to make that happen. In general, they cost a little less than laminated bags.

Shaun Greaves

Blogger of arts and liver of life. Singaporean at heart, but living in the UK. Life is art, appreciate it.
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