Two new finishes in the STON-KER series from Earp Bros expand on the beauty, functionality and durability of this remarkable product.
August 30th, 2011
Earlier this year, Earp Bros announced the launch of their STON-KER series of technical porcelain.
STON-KER takes the beauty of natural stone and the benefits of tile to create a hard-wearing and visually stunning technical porcelain ideal for both floors and walls.
Earp Bros are excited to announce the newest finishes in the STON-KER series, Arizona and K2.
Inspired by dry desert landscapes, Arizona has a natural, sandy quality. Its textured appearance belies a completely flat surface, making it both visually interesting and easy to maintain.
Arizona is available in 4 colours – Antracita, Stone, Caliza and Arena.
K2 is also inspired by nature, this time the snowy peaks and treacherous valleys of the world’s second-highest mountain.
Tough and hardy, K2 is resistant to heavy traffic, water and even fire, making it ideal for large and busy areas.
Subtle surface texture and a crisp, cool colour palette makes K2 versatile and complementary to a range of décors and environments.
For more information on Arizona and K2, visit the Earp Bros website – and find out why STON-KER is the future of stone.
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