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Wooden countertops

Because of their extremely hard surface, oak, walnut, maple and bamboo are the ideal materials for counter- or bartops. High quality hand treatment gives them a sophisticated look that fits every type of kitchen.

Veneered countertops

They are produced on a board covered with natural veneer. The surface top is finished with a water resistant varnish. Veneered countertops are an alternative to solid wood. With asilky and transparent polyurethane coating, they are easy to keep clean. They are resistant to warping. They stand out with rich and varied colors.

Laminated countertops

They are characterized by their high performance in terms of durability and maintenance. They come in a very wide range of colors and meet the aesthetic and functional requirements in the average kitchen. They are produced on a boardcovered with high pressured laminate.

Mineral countertops

Composites, also called ‘Solid surface’, are a blend of acrylic resin, aluminum hydroxide, and pigments, which give them their final structure. Aluminum hydroxide makes them hard and resistant to mechanical damage, while acrylic makes them thermoplastic and much lighter than natural stone. These properties allow foreasy formation and unusual shapes. Mineral material has the ability to create multifunctional surfaces, where a countertop transforms into a sink and forming a monolith.

Solid nano countertops

It is an innovative countertop made for interior design. Produced thanks tonanotechnology. Characterised by its high functionality, it can be used both on vertical and horizontal surfaces.

Natural stone

Granite, slate, limestone, quartzite or volcanic rock are the most popular stones, and they give kitchen countertops a distinctive character. Their special appeal lies in the irregular surface pattern and texture, which distinguishes them from industrially manufactured materials.

Quartz countertops

These countertops consist of 90% natural quartz infused by acrylic resin. They possess properties comparable to the hardness and density of natural stone, while maintaining a consistent color and surface structure.

Glass countertops

An ideal material, which allows for the creation of incredible configurations in any kitchen design. These countertops are made of clear float glass, which is characterised by itsperfectly smooth and non-porous surface. It perfectly reflects light. Glass countertops are the epitome of crystal clarity.

Concrete countertops

A very eye-catching addition fora kitchen or bathroom. An impregnated surface provides satisfactory characteristics in contact with water and food products. This is an ideal solution for those who accept the severity of the natural structure and properties of concrete. It has the ability to integrate a sink within the counter.It is available in a wide range of colors—from white to gray or dark graphite—allowing full freedom of choice.

Sintered ceramics countertops

It is an innovative and uniform slab, combining aesthetics with maximum physical and mechanical properties. It is distinguished by its elegance and the naturalness of colors and finishes typical of natural stone. It is resistant to atmospheric factors, acids, bases and solvents. This material is extremely hard, and resistant to impact and abrasion.

Steel countertops

This is a timeless, classic material with excellent antibacterial properties. Resistant to acids and bases used in households. It can be integrated with a steel sink, creating an elegant interior. Shiny surface of the steel countertop works as amirror,and thanks to that it optically enlarges the interior.

Mineral sinters

They are an extremely hard material. One of their most important advantages is non-porosity. They’re safe in contact with food, and easy to maintain and clean. These are a material with improved performance. They are scratch- and acid-resistant.

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