Four new colours are coming to the Staron Solid Surfaces Supreme Collection – bringing the look and beauty of natural stone, with the advantage of the easy maintenance and capabilities of solid surface.
May 1st, 2017
Adding to the existing Supreme Collection, Staron is introducing four new colours: Urban Grey, Morning Sky, Cotton White and Beige Granite.
Urban Grey: An urban and sophisticated finish taking colour inspirations from city life. The Urban Grey finish sees the modernity of concrete, high rise buildings, and metals channeled into a soft grey, with darker grey veining and fine grey particulates.
Morning Sky: An energising and invigorating colour, Morning Sky adopts the crispness of the early day, with soft cloudy veining. Morning Sky creates a fresh and clean look and feel to any application.
Cotton White: The most delicate and refined of the four new colours, Cotton White is a gentle white finish with soft natural coloured smokey veining throughout. This colour will create a comforting and warm environment.
Beige Granite: A naturally inviting and elegant finish, Beige Granite features a natural beige background with deeper hazy veining and fine particulates that will create a luxurious and distinguished project application.
Staron is comprised of a natural and pure mineral, derived from bauxite, blended with an advanced pure acrylic resin. The result is the world’s premium surface material; non-porous in nature and with inconspicuous joining capabilities and the ability to renew the surface, the Staron finishes offer designers a surface solution that is beautiful in aesthetics and easy to clean and maintain.
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