Maxtop launches next generation of worktops
Unique modular quartz surface specialist, Maxtop Quartz Ltd has unveiled a brand-new range of stylish décors to meet the very latest kitchen trends, as part of its next generation of surfaces.
The unique solid quartz surface, which is characterised by its patented honeycomb interior, is now available in a total of ten carefully-selected decors including two marble-effect finishes; Alba and Tundra.
Alba’s classical design softly echoes the veins and swirls of natural marble, for an elegant and sophisticated aesthetic, while the subtle, swirling colours of Tundra bring texture and interest to more minimal spaces for a unique and individual style statement.
The range, which also features a selection of timeless black, white and grey finishes including Diamond White Sparkle and Pewter Grey, now utilises just one solid piece of quartz to encase the lightweight centre, guaranteeing a seamless look and finish.
Stephen Moss, managing director of Maxtop Quartz Ltd, comments: “The most recent Houzz Kitchen Trends Report – UK*, found that engineered quartz, like Maxtop, is on the rise and is in fact now the leading worktop material selected in a kitchen refurb.”
The unique make-up of Maxtop Quartz surfaces offers many advantages over more traditional solid stone alternatives. Its patented honeycomb interior makes it much simpler to install, reducing characteristics typically associated with solid surfaces, such as time, cost and order/installation time, as Maxtop Quartz is available for immediate sale and installation.
Stephen added: “The Houzz report also found that worktops are the most common major feature to upgrade during a kitchen renovation, followed by cabinets and taps, which is no surprise as changing the surfaces alone can have a significant impact on the overall look and feel of the room.
“If a quartz finish is required, yet budget is limited and the customer is having to make sacrifices to make the budget work, costs savings could be made on engineered quartz worktops to deliver the same look, but provide wiggle room for other elements to be included in the project – one of the many benefits this material offers.”