DuPont Corian Earth Heritage colour collection

New surface material colour collection inspired by natural world

  • 5 Jan 2016

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Following the success of its international growth initiative, ‘Endless Evolution’, DuPont Corian has launched its new Earth Heritage colour collection

The range comprises 16 new tones of DuPont Corian surfacing material, which have been inspired by wild landscapes, primordial layers and protruding roots.

They are based on DuPont’s Fusion technology, which allows for the creation of advanced surfacing materials. Using the technology, veining and particles can be mixed into a solid tone matrix.

The Earth Heritage colour collection

DuPont Corian Earth Heritage colour collectionThe Earth Heritage colours collection of DuPont Corian includes:

  • Arrowroot, a white leek shade with mushroom grey tones and soft metallic flecks.
  • Aztec Gold, a shade with a golden base, ochre veins and translucent particles.
  • Burled Beach, a rustic shade with a light neutral base and veining in various shades of antique brass.
  • Clam Shell, a bisque base with veins in soft nickel and antique brass.
  • Ecru, which incorporates tight, fluid veins in light neutrals with yellow undertones.
  • Juniper, a warm grey/blue shade with light red veins and blue particles.
  • Hazelnut, a white sage shade with brown coriander sprouts and grey flecks.
  • Lava Rock, a shade with a warm grey base, umber and golden veining and a number of medium to small particles.
  • Rain Cloud, an off-white shade with grey veining and fine dark particles.
  • Rosemary, which is a mixture of copper and charcoal veins in a neutral base.
  • Sagebrush, a sage grey base with bronze veins and a number of translucent particles.
  • Sandalwood, which boasts warm taupe veins that swirl through a translucent base.
  • Sonora, a coffee latte base with espresso bean veins and a number of particles in an assortment of colours and sizes.
  • Sorrel, which incorporates earth tone swirls and silver metallic flecks.
  • Tumbleweed, a warm beige shade with brown veins that diffuse into beige tones.
  • Witch Hazel, which has particles and neutral veins that swirl through a light base.

DuPont Corian,
10 Quarry Court,
Quarry Road,
Leighton Buzzard,
LU7 9GW,
United Kingdom

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