Creating a unique kitchen can sometimes be tricky. However, the unusual worktops in our range are perfect for this exact requirement. In this blog post, we look at a few of these styles and the effect they have on your kitchen.
Blue Sparkle Laminate Worktop
The first of our unusual worktops is the blue sparkle laminate worktop. This vivid countertop has a high-gloss, reflective finish that has been infused with glitter-speckles and iridescent flecks. A décor from our Andromeda range, it not only reflects the light but catches the eye too. Definitely not one for the traditional kitchen, but when incorporated into a contemporary design will bring vibrancy and fun.
Red Sparkle Laminate Worktop
Staying with the Andromeda range, our next surface is the red sparkle laminate worktop. Retaining the same high-gloss, reflective quality and sparkly particulates as its counterpart, this red version is equally as vibrant. Pair it with dark coloured cabinet frontals and you can achieve something extremely contemporary. It works particularly well when designing in colour blocks and, as with all our sparkle range, is low maintenance and hassle-free.
Sealand Pine Laminate Worktop
Our Sealand Pine laminate worktops have a weathered effect giving them the appearance of driftwood. The various shades of brown, white and grey all add to the worn appearance of this rustic style worksurface and might appeal to those who want to create a coastal themed kitchen. It’s definitely more of a naturalistic décor and suitable for those looking to reconnect with nature.
Galaxy Gloss Laminate Worktop
The surface of this distinctive grey glitter worktop has been entirely embedded with glitter and yet has a smooth, high-gloss finish. The result is a sparkling statement countertop that demands attention and draws the eye as soon as you enter the room. Galaxy gloss works particularly well when used with stone effect splashbacks where the contrasting textures complement each other beautifully.
Zebrano is one of our most exotic solid wood worktops and, as the name suggests, has a heavily striped grain pattern. It’s a sought-after timber much loved for the dark brown striations against a background of rich golden brown. To accentuate this unique grain, we suggest the full stave zebrano option for an even more dramatic effect.
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