The team at Maxtop Quartz Ltd, a kitchen and bathroom surface specialist, has shared its professional advice on how worktop design can impact the overall aesthetic of a home kitchen.
“We’ve noticed a demand for neutral designs, such as monochrome colours like black, white and grey. The interest for sparkling worktops has also accelerated over the last year, but it’s always worth having a range of both plain and sparkling finishes, as while both are in high demand. Here at Maxtop, we recently took the decision to replace two of our old designs with a new range. The launch of our Pure White and Pewter Grey designs ensures we’re offering a modern, on-trend selection of both sparkling and plain finishes.
“Over the last year, there has been an increase in the number of consumers upgrading from laminate to quartz surfaces, a trend that is predicted to continue. Many composite surfaces are on the market and often offer the benefits of both laminate and quartz, a meeting point between the two that changes how people specify the materials for their own kitchen.
“Maxtop, for example, provides a surface that combines the beauty of quartz with engineered enhancements. Delivering a flexible, lightweight worktop that’s just as strong as quartz and significantly easier to install with the advantage of a deeper 40mm profile, a depth that is impractical with conventional fabrication.
“Standard quartz products can cost around £450 per square metre and laminate around £50, composite models often fit somewhere in between the two. However, Maxtop Quartz for example, provides a solution from choosing between affordability and quality as material costs just £220 per square metre.
“The engineered enhancements of Maxtop Quartz, such as its patented polypropylene interior honeycomb core, means the surface can offer a high-end finish at a fraction of the cost of other quartz surfaces. This is also with the added advantage of enhanced impact resistance, lightweight ergonomics and waterproof qualities.”
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