With more than 80 stunning colourways to choose from for your surface needs, Staron Solid Surfaces has just added three new options to the mix.
September 9th, 2020
Custom projects and bespoke design are things to be celebrated. For an architect or designer, they can provide an opportunity to truly innovate or express oneself unconstrained through design. For a client, it’s an opportunity to build on the client-designer relationship and have one’s unique needs met to an exacting degree.
For occasions such as these, Staron Solid Surfaces has more than 80 colour offerings so that architects and designer can finish, or match surfaces to their custom designs in an elegant and seamless manner. But in 2020, the company has extended the range further with three new colours.
Sanded Iceblue is a semi-translucent finish with a soft blue background and fine white particulates. It is inspired by the view of an arctic winter, with frozen treetops and a light blue hue saturating the atmosphere. A gentle colour left as is, or backlit to create a stronger impact.
Similarly, Sanded Mint is semi-translucent in nature with a pastel green base and fine frosty white particulates. Inspired by a lush forest nearby waterfalls, this colourway is inherently serene for calming environments or backlit to inspire energy.
Finally, Terrazo Como finds its inspiration in the natural colour palette and tones of Como, Italy. With a lustrous grey background and larger white and clear particulates, this colour redefines the ever-popular terrazzo effect.
Known and celebrated amongst the design industry as a premium solid surface material, Staron Solid Surfaces are comprised of a natural mineral derived from bauxite and blended with an advanced pure acrylic resin. This means they are suitable for linear or curved designs alike. Common applications range from benchtops, splashbacks, wall cladding, bathroom vanities, commercial counters and nurses stations, however, the flexible nature of the product means it can be specified for any surface area, no matter how unique.
Staron Solid Surfaces are non-porous, non-toxic, silica-free and Greenguard and Greenguard Gold certified for peace of mind in any environment.
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