Corian® Design Introduces Dynamic New Aesthetics

Corian® Design Introduces Dynamic New Aesthetics

Corian® Design, the leader in style, performance and technology introduces dynamic new aesthetics inspired by the beauty of minerals and woodgrain

At the forefront of material style and technology for over 50 years, Corian® Design introduces an inspired selection of sophisticated new colour choices for 2019. Always carefully developed and researched, extensions to the Corian® colour palette further enhance the versatility and desirability of this remarkable material.

Taking cues from the beauty and appeal of fascinating minerals and traditional hard-working surfaces such as terrazzo, the new colours express the renowned functionality and reliability of Corian®, together with its reputation for adding meaningful value to both lifestyle and property.

The colour introductions that are ideal for kitchen and bathroom design include both completely new aesthetics for Corian®, such as Aggregate, Terazzo and Nuwood, and further additions to highly popular colour families such as Onyx and Prima.

Neutral Aggregate: Neutral Aggregate expresses the evolution of ‘industrial’ aesthetics with a look that can transition between various design styles and applications. Created specifically to coordinate with the successful Corian® Concrete aesthetic, this versatile new choice adds some extra visual texture and movement to the background, while retaining the subtlety of cool, neutral tones.

Terrazzo: Inspired by mid-century design aesthetics, the Terrazzo collection combines classic backgrounds with angular speckles of white, grey and black. Domino Terrazzo is a dynamic and high-impact choice that intrigues with a white background contrasting with dark particles, while Pebble Terrazzo offers the softer, more muted effect of a grey background embedded with tonally harmonious particles. The effect of both new colours is multi-dimensional, stylish and infinitely applicable to interior spaces.

Beech Nuwood: Classic, familiar, natural and completely new, Nuwood is inspired by one of nature’s most beautiful materials; wood. The unique beauty of this new colour choice for designing kitchens and bathrooms with Corian® is also in its versatility and reliability. The innovative and inspired Nuwood aesthetic establishes an entirely new way to apply the elegant warmth and appeal of woodgrain effects. Beech Nuwood is a light, clean, sun-washed shade in pale beige with a grain pattern that honours the natural and serene beauty of beech wood.

Onyx: Two additions to the much-loved Onyx collection take a bold and colourful direction. Jade Onyx and Golden Onyx offer swirling variations of rich green and gold hues respectively, to create a lush depth of beauty with the added fascination of translucence. Corian® Onyx colours can be illuminated from above or below to create a glow that further enhances their sophisticated allure.

Prima: New to this popular colour collection is Smoke Drift Prima, which offers hazy wisps of chocolate and caramel across an opulent surface of cream, soft grey and pale brown, while Windswept Prima presents intriguing trails of soft tan and beige, with subtle specks of brown and white, to create a visual feast of warm and wonderfully compatible hues.

Also, enhancing the overall palette, new Salt presents the whisper of a semi-translucent white base that is densely filled with white-on-white particles, while Aspen offers a chic pale grey base with a fascinating variety of silvery, semi-translucent particles.

Gary Baker, MD of CDUK (the exclusive distributor of Corian® Design in the UK and Ireland, which celebrates its 40th anniversary this year) comments, “We are delighted to be bringing these exciting new colours to market. Not only do they offer fresh and innovative aesthetics in terms of solid surfaces, they extend the choice within some of our most popular colour collections and further enhance all the inspiring versatility on offer when designing with Corian®.”

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