Bushboard launches compact laminate surfaces into retailer market

SurfacesProducts Thu 14th Oct 2021 by KBBFocus

Bushboard launches compact laminate surfaces into retailer market

Bushboard launches compact laminate surfaces into retailer market

Bushboard has extended its kitchen surface offering to include Zenith, a collection of 20 compact laminate surfaces, and is currently accepting orders for stands and displays from its retail and showroom partners. Following a successful launch to construction, contract market and builders merchant channels, Zenith has seen significant growth in demand for slimline, minimalist profile and material benefits. 

Comprising a 12.5mm profile and solid coloured core, Zenith work surfaces are waterproof with on trend designs spanning marble, stone, and concrete. According to Bushboard, they capture the nuances and texture of real stone and marble with practical and durable benefits. 

With options for worktops, kitchen islands, splashbacks, and upstands, Zenith works as a standalone worktop feature, or when paired with a matching splashback to create a cohesive design statement. 

“Kitchen surfaces, like many other more traditionally functional areas of the home, are being reconfigured to offer a more design-led aesthetic”, says Louise Bebbington, marketing manager for Bushboard Worksurfaces. “The flow and usage of our living spaces is evolving, and a chunky, thick worktop can be jarring in a space where we are desiring clean lines and seamless transitions between active (functional) and passive (relaxation) zones. However, this change in how we use and interact with our homes means consumers are relying on their worksurfaces more than ever, and for a greater variety of tasks. With Zenith, we’ve refined worktop design down to a very streamlined, minimalistic look without compromising on any of the benefits or durability of the surface itself.” 

Zenith can be cut to any shape and refinished without the need for additional edging.

Tags: products, surfaces, bushboard, worktop, splashback

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