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6 Surfaces To Love

Whether you’re building your dream home or renovating your humble abode, there are so many considerations when it comes to planning a kitchen. Here are six surfaces that we think you’ll love from benchtops to cabinetry and even the trusty kitchen sink!

Engineered Quartz

When durability and practicality are pre-requisites, an engineered quartz benchtop may be your best friend in the kitchen. Although man made, the main component in engineered stone is naturally forming quartz which is a highly strong mineral. Requiring little to no maintenance, engineered quartz is more consistent in colour and style than natural stone benchtops and a popular choice.  Click here to see three ways to use Caesarstone in your new kitchen. 

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Laminate

If you’re on a budget a laminate benchtop is worth considering. With a range of textures and colours available, there is a laminate benchtop to suit any style you’re after – woodgrains, marble and granite looks are all achievable. A waterfall finish with seamless joins will achieve the modern look of stone, with the practical benefits of laminate.  Click here to read about the benefits of a laminate bench top. 

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Timber

Timber surfaces add a great tactile, natural element to kitchen designs. They accentuate beautiful bold colours and designs, giving every kitchen its own personality. Opt for timber benchtops, hardwood floors or timber look cabinetry and flooring.

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Solid Surface

If you’re looking for versatility and durability, solid surface benchtops may be the perfect option. Growing in appeal due to their stain resistance properties and the fact there are no joins with the design, solid surfaces are ideal for a large or island benchtops or customers after a seamless flow from their bench top to sink.  Click here to find out more about the properties of solid surface.

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White Granite 

As far as sinks go, it doesn’t get much sexier than a white granite finish. Composed of a carefully curated blend of natural stone and resin, granite kitchen sinks represent innovation, style and technology in today’s homes.   Click here for more information on selecting a sensational sink. 

 

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Mirror 

A mirrored splashback will create a sense of spaciousness in your kitchen. Whilst bouncing light and reflection around the room, they create a dramatic look and a sense of space. Treated in the same way as toughened glass, mirrored splashbacks are safe for use behind your cooktop.

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