kb-network    News 27 May 2016

PWS boosts its Strata granite, quartz and acrylic work surfaces with a range of new finishes

Strata, the PWS’ own brand of quartz, granite and acrylic worksurfaces, has been boosted with a range of new finishes.

The quartz collection, enhanced with twelve new options, now offers a twenty-three-strong palette, with a further fifteen new granites unveiled to bring the total granite portfolio to thirty three.

Following research, evaluating current and emerging trends, gathering customer feedback and drawing on the huge knowledge bank at PWS, the new collection includes a considered mix of colours and finishes, to give customers multiple colour and pattern choices from one source.

Responding to the growing trend for material mix throughout the kitchen and open-plan living spaces the emphasis is firmly placed on delivering an inspirational choice of designs that satisfies the demands of the increasingly discerning customer.

“Our extended Strata collection has been robustly researched and we are confident that combined with our reputation for exceptional service, it delivers a palette that’s not only commercial but offers an inspiring, on-trend choice of materials,” said Paul Midgley, commercial manager at PWS Worksurfaces. “A particular focus of the new collection has been to bolster our grey finishes; shades of grey feature strongly in the new palette, spanning the spectrum from lighter tones through to darker graphites.”

Strata is conceived around four key areas: choice, value, quality and service. The multi-material brand offers competitively priced materials that are available from stock, so customers not only benefit from keen delivery lead-times but have the confidence they are buying complete from a national supplier with a full template and installation service and a 10-year material guarantee.

A key highlight of the new granite portfolio is the Sinuous White finish (seen here), with its grey veining creating an eclectic pattern that is rich in character and interest. This granite makes a statement and is envisaged to become the designer’s favourite, whether used throughout a scheme or more sparingly as an accent area or to define a specific zone.