Caesarstone’s Metropolitan Collection offers nine concrete-inspired finishes that take their cue from materials such as oxidised steel, weathered cement and hand-poured concrete.
With slabs of varying thickness, Dekton® can be used to clad walls, façades, fireplaces and alfresco kitchens. It is manufactured in large format [up to 320cm x 144cm] and thin thicknesses [0.8cm, 1.2cm and 2cm].
The Cosentino Group’s DeKauri Bath Credenza, created with Dekton by Cosentino ultra-compact surfaces and crafted by Italian furniture manufacturer Riva 1920 with 50,000-year old Kauri wood, won the “Bath and Wellness” category at the German Design Awards 2019.
Rogerseller has included in its line-up the British deluxe bathware brand Claybrook, offering natural stone and MarbleForm baths and basins to Australian home renovators.
From kitchen and bathroom benchtops and splashbacks to internal wall cladding and fireplace surrounds, an Essastone surface exudes finesse and design flair.
The new “Landscape” laminate series by Laminex, with 13 new décors, features native woodgrain surfaces realised with authenticity and depth. Paired with the collection’s calm and moody hues, this new offering promises to imbue any kitchen renovation with character, warmth and sophistication.
The Caesarstone Concetto® collection includes Blue, Grey and Brown Agates™; White Quartz™; Red Tiger Eye™; Amethyst™; and Petrified Wood™. Each surface piece takes a week to complete by a skilled craftsman.
Bathroom design trends for summer 2018/19 include bold colours and remarkable mirrors; along with timeless favourites like brushed brass finishes and bespoke concrete textures.
Kohler has released a collection of bathroom accessories in a range of precious metal finishes: rose gold; brushed bronze; and brushed nickel.
Gallaria’s Kitona range demonstrates how the original butler [or Belfast] sink can be recrafted for modern kitchen renovations.
kaboodle kitchen has added six new colours to its collection of doors and panels with the launch of its latest trends range of flatpack DIY kitchens.
Earthy tones are the fundamental base for Moroccan inspired home decoration, derived from the iconic designs of Marrakech.