Proving that worktops have a huge impact on the overall look and feel of the kitchen and that changing them up can make all the difference, CRL Stone surfaces recently appeared on national prime time TV, as part of the popular home makeover programme George Clarke’s Old House, New Home.
CRL Quartz Statuario Bianco took a starring role in the first episode of the second series of the show, which sees architect George Clarke showing how a modern interior can transform a period home without messing with the home’s history. CRL Quartz Statuario Bianco fits perfectly within the design brief for what is a classically styled open-plan kitchen area on a South London property.
Inspired by marble with its distinctive grey veining on a crisp white background, CRL Quartz Statuario Bianco combines brilliantly with the bronze finish on the handles and brassware and the limestone tiling for an eclectic look that is timeless in its elegance.
Providing the perfect visual contrast to the kitchen’s new sage green units, the marble-effect of CRL Quartz Statuario Bianco makes the worktops a stand-out feature of the space. Practical because of its high level of durability and exuding a natural beauty, the surface transforms a central island unit into a striking focal point that can be used for a multitude of functions, from dining to socialising.
All suppliers are available to view on the programme’s website.
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