The new Staron surfaces are here for your design needs – taking inspiration from sources as varied as concrete, the beauty and nature and the ethereal charm of mist.
November 1st, 2018
Staron Solid Surfaces has launched four new colours in their collection of already impressive surface solutions. The colours of Sanded Taupe, Pebble Boulder, Sanded Goose and Aspen Misto are subdued hues and shades of grey.
The new colours saw the design team at Staron seeking inspirations from brutalist concrete, airy mist and the endless beauty of nature.
Sanded Taupe: Sophisticated, intense and bold, Sanded Taupe is a beautiful deep grey finish with warm, earthy tones. Fine, darker particulates are scattered evenly throughout for added depth to this inviting hue, emulating the dense grey of wet concrete. This colour will complement virtually any material, colour, and style project from traditional to modern design.
Pebble Boulder: Elegant, invigorating and refined, this colour reflects the hues found in large rock fragments by the ocean. It features larger particulates in darker and softer greys that will add warmth to any application.
Sanded Goose: Serene, cool and uplifting – inspired by the gentle wave a goose makes as it glides through the water, this colour is a soft grey hue with fine medium grey particulates. With neutral tones, Sanded Goose will complement any colour or material it is paired with, to create a harmonious environment in any project.
Aspen Misto: Urban, distinctive and poised with a medium grey background and darker, fine particulates evenly scattered throughout. This colour emulates the grey found on the mountaintops on a misty winter morning. This colour will create balance to any combination of materials selected in a project, while also showing off its beauty for striking impact.
The new colours, like all of the Staron Solid Surfaces, are composed of a natural and pure mineral derived from bauxite and blended with an advanced pure acrylic resin. The result is the world’s premium designer surface material. Non-porous in nature and finished with inconspicuous joining capabilities, Staron offers a surface solution that is beautiful in aesthetics and easy to clean and maintain.
Staron can be used to create monolithic flowing benchtops, splashbacks, wall cladding, bathroom vanities, shower walls, commercial counters, table tops and endless other applications.
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