Corian® Technique - Using Colour
Kitchen by Regba, Casa Fair 2009, Tel Aviv; project by C.B. Chernobilski Group; photo by Regba

The Right Palette for Each Designer

Every design is different, and every designer is different. For some, the beauty of DuPont Corian® solid surface is the variety of colours — from dark colours to the pale and translucent. Others would never consider Corian® in anything other than white. Whatever your colour preferences, you’ll find them in DuPont Corian®.

Every Colour Imaginable

Imagine having an entire spectrum of colours to work with. The Corian® colours are presented in a rational system, based on value and hue, and divided into sub-palettes to help you quickly find the right colour and texture. Choose from whites, neutrals, pastels, earthy hues, dark and black tones, and bright solids. Some colours are offered with interesting aesthetic features — such as veining, translucency, metallic flecks — or with various degrees of graining. Colours can even be combined into a single, apparently seamless, harmonious form. Thanks to a special DuPont technique, designers have realised flowing seamless forms with multicoloured striped patterns, and floors that achieve a striking positive/negative effect with alternating black and white geometric shapes. And the Corian® colours can be pushed even further with techniques like sublimation, inlay, engraving, perforation, and bas relief.

Customise Colours for Your Design Needs

If you need more colour, DuPont offers a custom colour service. This enables you to match a customer’s corporate colour scheme or devise an original colour for a specific design.

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