Counter Production are excited to show the New Corian® colours for 2017, available from the beginning of April this year. Contact us for more information and to have samples sent out. Have a look at the colours below and download the spec sheet HERE
for more information.
Achieved with on-trend, proprietary technologies, the new colors of Corian® for 2017 resonate with a diverse international design audience.
Generating outstanding potential for decoration and design, the colors embrace a strong visual texture, create dynamic modernity and conjure up warmth and emotion.
Corian® has created three advanced aesthetics: Concrete, Onyx and Prima. They encompass unparalleled character and personality to satisfy a desire, strike a mood or complete a vision. These three new aesthetics celebrate the direction of decoration and color. They represent the evolution of design.
As well as the Concrete, Onyx and Prima range, there are 4 more colours – a dark grey called ‘Greylite’, a blue hue called ‘Mineral’, a subtle green called ‘Willow’ and a new ‘Sparkling White.
Concrete is visually subtle and aesthetically strong. Inspired by an urban landscape, it embodies the appeal of modern industrial design. Four new neutral colors reveal a quieter side to balance its straightforward design style. Concrete Corian is bound to be popular with the kitchen designers as an alternative to the polished concrete look often requested.
Ash Concrete embodies gray with a purpose. Monochromatic movement and fine particles add depth to the design, creating a modern dynamic aesthetic.
Weathered Concrete :
Weathered Concrete, with a balanced color of warm taupe, suggests a raw neo-industrial style with an atmosphere of restrained power.
: Neutral Concrete is an ideal hue to create a background of quiet strength. The soft ivory color flows within the overall aesthetic, creating an exclusive design statement.
Carbon Concrete: Carbon Concrete is a near-black tone that generates its own style statement. This exclusive concrete aesthetic offers a dusky color surging within the surface.
Inspired by the classic stone, Onyx has a crisp modern edge that is bold in style and rich in visual texture. Sinuous veining of varying opacity and translucence creates a fluid design.
With dignified opulence, Gray Onyx has a touch of the avant-garde as streams of silver-gray course through its white translucent background. The aesthetic is one of drama and high style.
White veining, enhanced by a translucent background, creates a refined design for White Onyx. It has the look of a semi-precious stone with a dynamic modern appeal.
A new dimension emerges with Prima. This exclusive aesthetic celebrates on-trend design and the inherent technologies that allow the designs to emerge. Eight hues inspired by nature embody our moods and emotions for a variety of design options.
Angular streams of white, tan and gray flow across a white setting. Flecks of white and black are incorporated to create superb visual texture with subtle coloring.
The flowing white and sandy hues hint at the seashore, creating a natural and unique color aesthetic that inspires design that is equally singular.
As bold as the universe, the rich black background is alight with streams and particles of gray and white that hint at the cosmos.Wall cladding and shower basin in Corian® Cosmos Prima.
As with an evening sky, the surface suggests dappled light above and within the pattern. Sinuous streams flow within this rich blue tone dappled with metallic flecks.
Cocoa Prima :
Hues of taupe, light cocoa and glistening metallic elements are whipped together in a whirling surface. This enticing and natural aesthetic intrigues with its rich color.
Nimbus Prima –
Barely there streaks of white create subtle yet distinct movement. It is the ideal statement of energy and style with the elegance of tone-on-tone color.
Corian® Sparkling White
The DuPont Oval logo, DuPont™ and Corian® are registered trademarks or trademarks of E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company or its affiliates.
Only DuPont produces Corian®. The entire content of this publication is property of E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company or its affiliates.