Retail surfaces require a special touch. The demanding world of high traffic retail design needs a hardwearing surface, and Staron is up to the job.
May 29th, 2019
Durable. Stylish. Clean. Commercial surfaces have a lot to deliver in any build, and retail surfaces in particular need to function as hard wearing yet aesthetic pieces of design.
The team at Staron designed their iconic Solid Surfaces solution to meet all criteria for retail surfaces projects. The surfaces will look like new from the day they’re installed for years to come. Then inconspicuous joining points of Staron make cleaning a breeze; with no dirt trapping crevices, these surfaces will make your retail design one that’s stylish yet never a chore to keep clean.
Retail surfaces are subject to any manner of uses and potential stains. Thankfully, the non-porous nature of Staron ensures that no stain is ever permanent. The flexible design nature of Staron also makes it possible to create any design for any project. Thermoforming Staron creates curves and shapes, allowing it to be formed and sculpted into almost any design or concept. The transparency of selected colours means that Staron can be illuminated by backlighting for creative impact.
Due to the non-porous and repairable properties of Staron – it is also a hygienic solution for toilet partitions and vanities in retail shopping centres or malls. Service counters, baby change countertops, seating and wall panels too can be created using this ultra-modern material. Even furniture pieces, display cabinets, and creative sculptures are possible!
Staron Solid Surfaces is comprised of a natural and pure mineral derived from bauxite ore and blended with an advanced pure acrylic resin, resulting in the world’s premium surface material. It is suitable for endless applications in a commercial or residential project. Staron is non-toxic and does not contain harmful silica which means you can create a beautiful project that is also safe for humans, animals and nature. With a silk-like finish and a range of over 80 colours to select from, Staron is both aesthetically and functionally pleasing. All this comes in an environmentally sustainable material, with a 10 Year Limited Warranty. Staron Solid Surfaces provides a design solution that pushes the boundaries of design.
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