MKW Surfaces are specialists in the design, delivery and installation of all types of stones for kitchen and bathroom counters.
At the recently concluded Grand Designs Live exhibition in London, we partnered with James Yeo Cabinet Makers to exhibit the current and upcoming developments in kitchen design with a special emphasis on one of the most popular ranges, Compac quartz worktops.
The James Yeo Cabinet Makers stall at the Grand Designs Live Exhibit with Compac Smoke Gray 30mm worktops supplied by MKW Surfaces
Grand Designs Live Exhibition
The exhibition, based on the Channel 4 TV series of the same name, proved to be very popular amongst homeowners, property developers, etc. as it demonstrated a huge variety of products from over 500 exhibitors across six varied sections to create new grand design inspirations.
Partnership with James Yeo
MKW Surfaces was proud to partner with James Yeo Cabinet Makers, who are currently based in Devon and will imminently open a London Flagship showroom to present kitchen designs that truly represent it as a heart of the home, a place for families to get together, socialize and that needs to find the balance between functionality and beauty.
Compac Smoke Gray 30mm quartz from MKW Surfaces showcased at the exhibition
Their cabinet designs are customized for specific kitchens creating non-modular pieces and including bespoke features such as knife racks, wine and spice racks, etc. Added to this mix were Compac quartz worktops from MKW Surfaces to truly reflect the kitchen as the most complex and beautiful spaces in a home.
The signature Compac product, i.e. the Compac Smoke Gray 30mm quartz was used in the exhibit as countertop material to enhance the overall look of the kitchen on display. MKW Surfaces also deals in a wide range of Compac quartz and marble stones from the light coloured Absolute Blanc and Carrara to the Black Nocturno and bright Rubi to the bold Apple ranges.
Why choose Compac worktops?
As a material, Compac quartz scores high on the aesthetically pleasing scale that makes it practical as well as beautiful, similar to granite in its many properties. The advantage that they have over natural stone is the wide variety of available colours and textures, with a high consistency in pattern and design plus the fact that being non-porous which makes these surfaces highly stain and scratch resistant.
The biggest benefit of Compaq worktops in UK and other areas, which was showcased at the Grand Design Exhibit, is its ease of maintenance and cleanliness. It does not require any sealing and polishing, at any point in its lifetime. Its cleaning is as swift and as simple as a quick wipe down using soap and water.
Check out the entire range of products offered by MKW surfaces for use as countertops in kitchens and bathrooms at http://www.mkwsurfaces.co.uk and let us know your favourite amongst the various colours of the Compaq worktops offered.