Shades of Black
Black is the colour of fashion. It is authoritative and powerful, a signature colour for many brands, sports teams and celebrities. It is also the classic colour for kitchen worktops, projecting an image of quality, class and modern living. In a larger bathroom or fashionable wetroom, it speaks of luxury and elegance, even decadence. Black absorbs light, but our diamond-polished surfaces reflect natural and artificial illumination, whilst fragments of mirror fleck in designs like Black Star create an incredible sparkling effect under halogen lighting.
Custom shapes, waterfall edges or a 'chunkier' look
Although our work surface materials are noted for their slimline profile, we can always create a ‘chunkier’ look with a seamless edge piece to any depth you choose. We can even extend the edge piece right down to the base plinth for a fashionable waterfall end to a run of units or central island.
If a custom-shaped worktop corner or curved peninsular end is your preference, our fitters can fabricate that too, thanks to the material’s inherent flexibility.
Technical performance that's second-to-none
Thanks to the inclusion of high grade polyester resin in our granite, quartz and recycled glass work surfaces, their technical performance is second-to-none. They are non-porous, so most stains and spills can be easily wiped away, scratch-resistant, durable and strong enough to withstand ‘the dropped bowling ball test’.
The material is also thoroughly heat resistant, although oven-hot pans should not be left unattended, and carries an unrivalled lifetime warranty, for complete peace of mind.
We chose Granite Transformations’ material because it was robust, hardwearing, virtually maintenance-free and gave us the seamless jointing we wanted. We particularly like the Cristallino White finish, because from a distance it looks plain white, but as you approach nearer it has an interesting translucent texture, almost a ceramic effect.Jonathan Tipper, Hudson Architects
It’s a very resilient product and we don’t have to maintain it at all. It looks good, the colour we chose blends in beautifully with the existing wood, and the finish introduces a modern, fashionable touch. The ‘green’ angle is appealing and it’s fitting that the material is made from recycled beer and wine bottles. What could be more aptAlvin Michaels, Proprietor Bricklayer’s Arms
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