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Crown Imperial unveils stunning new Textura styles


Setting the design standard, Textura is the signature kitchen collection from leading British kitchen manufacturer Crown Imperial. New for spring 2018, Textura has added four eye- catching textured wood styles; Endgrain Oak, Driftwood, Graphitewood and Whitewood.


A show-stopping contemporary kitchen, Textura is


presented in a two-tone handle- less design with a graphitewood statement island, complemented by seamless tall storage and mid height units in cool whitewood. Designed as a family hub and entertaining space, the chef is easily able to cook up a storm and access everything within easy reach. To add the designer finishing touches, the sleek kitchen storage


units are beautifully framed with contrasting graphitewood and mirrored plinths to enhance the light and airy feel. The stylish Textura collection is available in eight textured wood grain styles, and also offers the option to mix and match with three light textured colours and two stone styles.


01227 742424 www.crown-imperial.co.uk


CRL Stone – Natural beauty shines through with new shade of Grey


Marble-effect surfaces bring a natural beauty to their surroundings and with Pietra Grey, the latest addition to the Ceralsio ceramic collection by CRL Stone, the aesthetics work in harmony with its practical advantages.


Influenced by the strong trend for natural materials in interior design, Pietra Grey is the latest colour to join the Ceralsio range of ceramic surfaces from CRL Stone. Its subtle white veining gives a timeless grey colour palette a distinctively individual edge while ensuring the surface will work in harmony with other popular materials, from wood to metal. The ideal material for all areas of interior design and kitchens and bathrooms in particular, Ceralsio is a ceramic surface that is totally impermeable, completely stain and scratch resistant, very thermally stable and shock resistant. It is also UV resistant, making it the ideal surface in areas with large windows as the colour will not fade over time. Pietra


Grey is a durable, easy to maintain alternative to natural materials such as marble and granite as it never needs to be resealed. It will stay looking as good as new with a mild detergent and warm water. Suitable for kitchen worktops, bathroom countertops, flooring and wall cladding, the surface is available in various large-format slabs and tiles and in two thicknesses – 12mm for a slim worktop and 6mm for wall cladding and floor tiling – and in a natural or polished finish.


01706 863 600 www.ceralsio.co.uk


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