The Natural Stone Show this April will see CRL Stone make its debut appearance as it showcases its new ranges of quartz and porcelain surfaces.
CRL Stone will be at Stand AA1 at the show at London’s Excel next month, and will be showcasing its new collections and teaching visitors about the many advantages that quartz and porcelain offer on all types of applications.
More than 60 colours and finishes of porcelain and quartz surfaces are on offer from CRL Stone. CRL Quartz is a highly durable engineered quartz stone that is available in 32 colours with a polished finish and in thicknesses of 20mm and 30mm. The extra large slabs measure up to 3200 x 1650mm.
CRL Quartz is non-porous, stain, scratch, heat and shock resistant, therefore designers and architects are able to respond to interior trends while meeting the demands of modern living.
Ceralsio porcelain is available in 27 colours and three thicknesses, 12mm for a slim worktop, 10mm for floor tiling and 6mm for wall cladding. The hard-wearing, versatile range is suitable for interior or exterior use with its many benefits, including a strong resistance to wear and tear, scratch, stain and ultra-violet.
A highlight of the CRL Stone will be book-matched Ceralsio slabs in the versatile Calacatta Gris with a Polished finish, with the look of real marble. As well as CRL Quartz Colorado, White Water and Mystic Grey, large displays of Ceralsio Rio Marron and Marquina will draw the eye.
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