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Need to know: Pacific Grey is the latest surface to join the CRL Quartz range

Pacific Grey is oceans ahead when it comes to durability and style in the kitchen
   Amanda Peters  |  written on: 06-03-2019 14:00pm

CRL Quartz Pacific Grey joins the line-up of marble-inspired designs now available from CRL Stone.

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Giving a design classic a modern twist, the latest surface is durable enough to withstand the wear and tear of the busiest of kitchens. Available in a thickness of 20mm or 30mm, the surface also comes in large format slabs to give the kitchen island a seamless look.

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With all the characteristics of marble, including a subtle grey patterning throughout, Pacific Grey easily fits into any colour scheme, especially with on-trend materials like brass and glass.

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While the marble-effect lends this work surface its understated beauty, CRL Quartz has none of the maintenance issues commonly associated with natural materials. In fact, it is extremely hard wearing, easy to clean and maintain with no requirement for resealing during the lifetime of the surface.

CRL Quartz surfaces prices start from £250 to £450 per square metre.

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Amanda Peters


KBB Ark Web Editor. I've been writing for design magazines for a few years now and like nothing more than ‘exploring’ other people's homes (with their permission, of course).

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