TEMPLE, Texas – Wilsonart International’s Design Team left “no stone unturned” in the introduction of 13 new stone-inspired designs for the Wilsonart® Premium and Standard Collections. The fresh assortment of patterns are inspired by the glossy grey-veined Calcutta marble of the Taj Mahal, the gold, pearl, citrine and garnet-flecked stones of the Madura in Kashmir and the luxurious hues of citrine, celadon and sapphire abundant in Venetian glass. The collections offer the rich look and feel of natural stone with the performance, durability and affordability of laminate that today’s modern families desire for their kitchens. With multiple colors to mix and match in a traditional or contemporary kitchen, the Premium and Standard Collections include more than 70 options that add modern design to the heart of the home where family and friends gather to eat, work, play and entertain.

Wilsonart’s new stone-inspired collections include:

Premium

Madura: Gold, Pearl, Citrine and Garnet

Calcutta Marble

Black Alicante

Standard

White Carrara

Crema Marfil

Juparana: White, Golden and Bordeaux

Venetian: Ale and Ivory

“In looking at the role kitchens play in family life, we sought to bring the natural stone elements to the space, creating texture with coordinated looks and lighter tones,” notes Jill Lock, senior product designer for Wilsonart. “These countertop patterns with lighter tones and varying levels of gloss work beautifully with the kitchen’s island. They suggest the texture of natural stone and also combine well with materials such as wood, metal and glass, materials we are seeing more of today.”

Wilsonart works with a variety of printers worldwide to design surfaces that create the rich look of natural materials such as stone at a significant cost savings. Wilsonart Premium and Standard Collections with their smooth texture and coordinated color palettes offer consumers a wide variety of design choices.

Wilsonart styles can be found at kitchen and bath dealers, home centers and local fabricators nationwide.

Source: Wilsonart

 

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