Supreme Concerto: the new mottled stone-effect surface from Staron

Supreme Concerto: the new mottled stone-effect surface from Staron

June 2020

Added to Staron’s vast array of premium solid surfaces at the beginning of 2020, Supreme Concerto is guaranteed to enhance any interior. Whether used in residential homes or within the commercial sector, the unique stone-effect surface is designed to make a statement.

Supreme Concerto joins the brand’s Supreme Collection, which is comprised of fourteen individual finishes. Inspired by nature, the collection is made up of veined patterns, smooth colours and sporadic wave-like markings in muted tones to offer a versatile surface designed to work in any interior.

Featuring wash-effect shades of brown, ash, white and grey with minute textured flecks, the detailed surface provides a beautiful stone-like structure. Pair with light coloured kitchen walls and units, or white washbasins in bathrooms for a striking contrast.

Perfect for use within the home as well as in commercial spaces, the award-winning sophisticated blend of natural minerals and thermosetting acrylic polymers ensure non-porous, heat and scratch resistant qualities for the ultimate hygienic surface. Offering complete design flexibility, Staron is widely used across hotel, office, restaurant and retail sectors due to its exceptional qualities.
W: www.staron.com
E: staron.eu@lottechem.com
Staron Solid Surfaces are exclusively distributed in the UK by Blackheath Products Limited.
W: www.blackheathproducts.co.uk
T: 0121 561 3939

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