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Dreaming of flowing curves sculpted into any shape imaginable? Your subconscious might be telling you it’s time for a renovation — starting with your surfaces. Staron Solid Surfaces can be thermoformed into any form, whether curving into a bathroom nook, adding a striking feature on a kitchen island, or seamlessly forming a benchtop sink. These silica-free, non-toxic surfaces are available in 80 different colours, with Staron releasing a few more this year to get your design senses tingling.

The recently added Sanded Iceblue captures the light-blue hues of frozen treetops and the essence of an arctic winter. Semi-translucent and with a soft blue background with fine white particulates, Sanded Iceblue is a gentle colour for any project. Add backlighting to this new release for a real design impact. While Neo Mint shook up interiors as the 2020 colour of the year (according to WGSN), Sanded Mint was creating a softer impact in homes. This soft, pastel mint green is inspired by the lush nature found around natural waterfalls.

Another semi-translucent colour perfect for backlit settings, this placid colour features fine frosty-white particulates for depth. Terrazzo Como draws on the tones found in nature and the architecture of Como, Italy. With a lustrous grey background hue and larger white and clear particulates, this colour redefines the desirable terrazzo effect. Staron surfaces are comprised of a natural and pure mineral derived from bauxite and blended with an advanced pure acrylic resin, resulting in a premium solid surface material.

With a non-porous nature, inconspicuous joining capabilities and the ability to renew the surface, Staron can be used for endless applications. This beautiful, affordable and low-maintenance product is also backed by a 10-year warranty for peace of mind.

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