This January Staron Solid Surfaces has added three new colours to its existing range: Terrazzo Venezia, Supreme Flux and Supreme Noir Concrete.
February 5th, 2020
While Staron already boasts an extensive portfolio of over 90 colour choices, the new trio of colours has been inspired by connection to place.
Terrazzo Venezia was inspired by the colours and textures found in the architecture of Venice, Italy. Terrazzo Venezia is comprised of large particulates to reflect the soft whites, earthy tones and cool greys that make up the city of Venice. This new Staron Solid Surfaces colour has a wide application of uses, as the combination of coloured particulates can complement many different colour palettes.
Reminiscent of the white crashing water and speckled vapour of a waterfall, the milky white background of Supreme Flux is marked by delicate white veins and small white particulates. The composition of Supreme Flux is more flowing and smooth than Terazzo Venezia, but it is equally versatile in its application, as it can also be easily paired with different colour palettes.
People who feel greater connection to the rich, contemporary colours of the city, will be reminded of urban cityscapes when they see the deep grey tone, small particulates and soft veins in Supreme Noir Concrete.
The applications of Staron® span from benchtops and splashbacks to wall cladding and bathroom vanities.
Staron® surfaces are not purely aesthetic, as utility and function are embedded in their composition. Staron® is made up of natural and pure mineral, which is derived from bauxite and combined with advanced pure acrylic resin. The surfaces are simple to clean and maintain as they are non-porous and possess inconspicuous joining capabilities. Staron® is free from silica, non-toxic and Greenguard Gold certified.
Staron® surfaces come with a 10 Year Warranty to give you peace of mind. For more information and enquiries, visit Staron® Solid Surfaces.
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