No aspect of interior design is necessarily more important than any other, but finishes are certainly one area where a bad choice can ruin the entire aesthetic of a space – which is why Staron has never compromised on quality.
October 1st, 2017
Staron® Solid Surfaces is comprised of a natural mineral, derived from bauxite ore and then blended with pure acrylic resin. The resulting is one of the world’s premium surface materials – suitable for endless applications in commercial, residential and retail projects. With a seamless finish and a range of over 80 colours to select from, Staron is both aesthetically and functionally pleasing. Being non-porous means no stain can penetrate into the material – providing a durable surface that is easy to maintain.
The smooth nature of Staron® Solid Surfaces makes it a great choice for contemporary wall panels. Wall panelling can be created in any type of project to offer smooth, long, continuous walls that have no open joints. Staron’s wall panels also offer the versatility of creativity in the design process. Carve shapes, patterns and logos, or use backlighting to bring a wall to life! With flexibility in design and durable nature, you can create a wall panel design to suite your taste and specification needs.
The thermoformability of Staron allows the creation of curves for added design freedom. Create curved walls, furniture, benchtops, vanities, shower bases – anything that is only limited by your imagination. Create flowing curved Staron walls or wrap it around pillars and columns for a clean contemporary design.
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