For 2017, Staron Solid Surfaces is introducing four new colours, inspired and sourced from the raw colours of concrete, tranquil patterns of the forest, and soothing colours of natural water sources.
April 1st, 2017
The new Staron colour range is a welcome New Year addition to the already impressive range of finishes for the brand. The new colours, like the existing range, can be employed in designer benchtops, splashbacks, wall cladding, bathroom vanities, shower walls, tabletops and more.
The new colours are Aspen Concrete, Aspen Pond, Aspen Alder and Oasis, and include hues of greys, blues, whites and greens…
Aspen Concrete: Peaceful, contemporary and harmonious, the Aspen Concrete finish sees colour inspiration from raw concrete. The finish is a true grey, with fine darker grey flourishes emulating the textured pattern found in concrete. This colour will complement virtually any material, colour and style project from traditional, modern and industrial.
Aspen Pond: Designed to imbue a deep, refreshing and exquisite aesthetic, Aspen Pond reflects the hues found in natural water sources, with deep soft blue background and fine grey and deeper blue particulates. This colour will complement projects with greys, whites and other hues of blue.
Aspen Alder: Feelings of tranquility, coolness and comfort inspired the Aspen Alder; a soft white finish with hints of grey. The random accents in the finish are inspired by the shapes and patterns found in dense, tree-lined forests. Due to its neutral tones, this colour will blend harmoniously with endless colour palettes and materials.
Oasis: Fresh, vivid and brilliant – Oasis is a vibrant, yellow green finish that captures the vividness of wild foliage found around natural water. This colour will create a striking impact to any project.
Staron is composed of a natural and pure mineral derived from bauxite and blended with an advanced pure acrylic resin, resulting in one of the world’s most premium surface materials; non-porous and long lasting, Staron offers a surface solutions that are as beautiful as they are easy to clean and maintain.
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