With an already impressive collection of over 90 colours, in 2020, Staron Solid Surfaces is added three new elegant, exciting colour options to its range.
December 19th, 2014
Staron is widely considered a go-to surface solution in the architecture and design communities. Comprised of a natural and pure mineral derived from bauxite and blended with an advanced pure acrylic resin, the material is a world-class, premium solid surface material whose applications are nearly endless.
Variable in design and effect, the 90+ colour options of Staron’s surface range mean any interior aesthetic can be accounted for – and in 2020, three new options are available to designers…
Energetic, inviting and elegant, this colour solution was inspired by the soft whites, earthy tones and cool greys found in the beautiful architecture of Venice, Italy. The result is a unique and modern colour with large particulates that complement an endless selection of colour palettes in any type of project.
Flowing and dynamic, yet calming in effect, Supreme Flux sees a milky white background with delicate flowing veining and soft white particulates throughout. This versatile colour will complement any palette and create a sense of tranquillity to any application.
The urban, rich and luxurious launch of the trio, Supreme Noir Concrete sees a deep natural grey tone with small particulates and soft veining throughout. This colour emulates the flecked pigment of concrete and delivers a contemporary and luxurious colour.
These new colour options are available within the customizable and variable installation of Staron’s solid surface solutions. With a non-porous nature, inconspicuous joining capabilities and the ability to renew the surface – Staron offers a surface solution that is beautiful in aesthetics and easy to clean and maintain.
These new colours allow for the creation of aesthetically pleasing and monolithic flowing benchtops, splashbacks, wall cladding, bathroom vanities, shower walls, commercial counters, table tops and more. There’s a colour option for any style, and a dedicated Staron design team for any project.
Silica free, non-toxic and Greenguard Gold certified, Staron is an affordable and 10-year-warranty backed solution for any style.
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