Hot new shades and designs for 2006
With spring comes new colors in nature, and likewise spring for Surface Fabrication means it’s time for us to showcase the solid surface and stone manufacturers’ new colors and designs for 2006. Many players in the industry have shared their work with us, and now we’re sharing it with you. So sit back, and prepare to be dazzled.
Avonite Surfaces has introduced six new colors to expand both its Recycled Products and Metallics Series, and reintroduced a seventh color because of demand from the design community. The new products added to the Recycled Products line emphasize strong earth tones. The new colors are Palm Desert, an earthy taupe with light accents; White Sands, a rich ivory and beige product; and Crushed Lava, featuring complimentary ebony, brown and pearl tones. The color reintroduced due to demand is Cottonwood, a fundamental white with minimum earth accents.
The Metallics line has also been expanded with the introduction of three new colors: Pearl, a pure frosted surface; Teal Steel, an eye-popping slate for daring design choices; and Chocolate Silk, a cocoa-inspired product.
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Breton has introduced Pumix, a polymeric compound panel of expanded glass. It is an innovative large size panel which is rigid, light and waterproof. The product is specially conceived for the building industry and interior decoration and offers ideal support for various types of cladding.
Also new is Glaxy, a biocompound panel based on ceramic-bound expanded glass. It is rigid, light and inorganic, as well as ideal for biohousing.
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Cambria has expanded its quartz surfacing line by adding six new colors: Ashford, Chatham, Lancaster, Somerset, Sutton and Yorkshire. Sutton and Lancaster feature lighter shades that complement an existing earth tone product, while Ashford, Chatham and Somerset offer medium to darker shades that include natural quarried-stone variations and rich hues. Yorkshire, despite being quartz, captures the warmth and natural look of limestone. All Cambria is available in a polished finish, as well as honed; the same color with a subtle matte finish.
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Chemcore Industries has added a product to its line that throws something a little different into the mix of solid surfaces: Dovae Solid Surface is as close a product to real quartz as one can find, yet retains all the advantages of solid surface. The line includes colors such as Twilight Quartz, as well as four others, and will allow solid surface fabricators to offer a product that can be shown to customers who prefer the look of quartz.
Chemcore also introduces a new set of solid surface products called the “Onyx” line that mimics the appearance of marble. Featuring eight colors, the Onyx line will give fabricators the chance to recommend a real marble-looking product with all of the benefits offered by solid surface.
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Domain Industries Inc. has announced several new colors for their Natural and Quarry Series in 2006. Oxford and Karma, added to the Natural Series, offer white and beige nondirectional veined patterns perfectly suited for vanities and shower surrounds. The Quarry Series includes new additions Metropolitan and Safari, both of which capture the visual textures of stone in a solid surface product.