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Like a crisp frozen lake, Saint Moritz from Königstone sparkles

Königstone has brought the vision to life to the kitchen with the Saint Moritz quartz worktop from the KönigQuartz range. Saint Moritz is made

up of over 90% Quartz; the quality and durability of this material make it the perfect choice for a kitchen worktop. The KönigQuartz range is available in an impressive range of colour options designed to excite all kitchen schemes. The Saint Moritz shade is reflective

of the rest of the 27 colour-option range with its charming appeal. It is a delicately neutral shade with foundations of greys and whites. The multi-tonal base is subtly reminiscent of marble with its own individual twist. This versatile colour promises to brighten up the darker features of the kitchen or fit in seamlessly with lighter interiors.

The flecked surface of Saint Moritz

is complemented by the high-gloss finish of KönigQuartz and the shine is easily maintained by very simple cleaning and care methods. The high scratch, stain and heat-resistance of quartz is even more reason to consider this for the kitchen. The KönigQuartz range recently

won Best Surface at the Ideal Home Kitchen Awards 2021. For further information on

Königstone, please email or visit the website.

Franke’s luxurious bespoke-made stainless steel worksurfaces

Surfaces that inhibit the growth of bacteria in the home are an increasingly important part of the kitchen design process and Franke’s stainless steel worksurfaces more than meet this criteria. Offering streamlined aesthetics

and a hygeinic smooth surface which doesn’t harbour the growth of bacteria, the Franke Stainless Steel worksurfaces offers superior creative scope, with choices of PureSteel and Finesteel, several thicknesses from ultra-slim 4mm to 8mm, six different finishes including the worldwide exclusive PearlFinish and extensive customisation with island units as large as 5m x 1.9m possible in a single element.

Stainless Steel worksurfaces are

simple to clean and maintain by washing with soapy water after use, rinsing and drying off with a microfibre cloth. The material does not rust, chip or crack and can withstand very high temperatures meaning you can place hot pans and dishes directly onto it.

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CRL Stone – New thicknesses and finishes top off the advantages of Ceralsio ceramic


iving even more choice and freedom of design in the kitchen and

bathroom, Ceralsio ceramic surfaces from CRL Stone are now available in a greater variety of thicknesses and new finishes. Responding to the trend for slim profiles and

minimalism in contemporary kitchen design, Ceralsio is now available in a new 6mm thickness. Ideal for flooring and wall cladding, this presents opportunities for this most hard-wearing of materials to be used in a greater variety of ways, whether used as an eye-catching splashback to match or contrast with worktops or as an easy to clean and beautiful floor covering. Supplied in a

slab format, this thickness is a cost-effective surface solution that also makes installation simple, particularly over large areas. New additions to the Ceralsio collection

include 11 new styles, all embracing current trends in interior design to offer consumers a luxurious surface that is also highly practical wherever the setting. CRL Stone is working with leading brands to

ensure the ready supply of Ceralsio, which is also now available in thicknesses of 12mm and 20mm, ideally suited for kitchen and bathroom countertops and particularly in high-traffic areas where durability is a must.

As well as being scratch and stain resistant,

Ceralsio will also not fade from UV rays, so it can be used for outdoors as well as internally, and is perfect for surfaces that cross over between the two in the on-trend indoor outdoor kitchen. For more information, brochures and free samples call CRL Stone or visit the website.

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