Casino worktops : MKW Surfaces has done it again. It has added yet another premium project to the list and clientele it provides its products and services to. MKW has recently supplied stone to an exclusive Casino located in Mayfair, London, called Les Ambassadeurs by installing quartz stone surfaces and worktops for its hotel rooms. MKW surfaces are a leading supplier of stone worktops and floorings in the UK, who has earned a reputation for its innovative products and world class customer service. It not only provides the type of materials that suit premium locations such as Knightsbridge, Mayfair and Belgravia, but also installs and maintains these for its clients. Keeping its traditions, MKW Surfaces has installed Casino Worktops in Caesarstone Bianco Drift quartz in Les Ambassadeurs, Mayfair. It was indeed an interesting project for MKW Surfaces as the client demanded flawless work in its rooms which would go with the interior and the reputation of the Casino which is a Private Membership Club. MKW Surfaces has created the Casino worktops in Bianco Drift which is a white background stone with the natural look of marble made by Caesarstone who offers materials that are highly resistant to the demands in commercial environments and do not require sealing like marble. The Casino also requested work surfaces to be supplied to the TV cabinets in the room. In order to keep in line with the classic design of the building, the client added Ogee Edges to all the edge profiles on the worktops. MKW Surfaces is an approved Caesarstone supplier in London and surrounding areas with unbeatable prices on Bianco Drift quartz as well as the whole range of Caesarstone quartz products. Caesarstone Bianco Drift is a new quartz surface combining classical look of natural stones such as Fiori Di Pesco and Emperador Grey marbles or quartzite’s such as Superwhite or Bianco Eclipse, providing a neat royal touch to the surface it is mounted on. Apart from this, Caesarstone materials have many other properties which make it ideal for applications in worktops where they are likely to undergo rough use for interior areas such as kitchens and bathrooms. Unlike natural stones including marble, limestone and granite, Caesarstone does not absorb food substances or liquids. Caesarstone Bianco Drift belong Supernatural Collection of quartz and it is the result of decades of experience from the very first production back in 1987 from Caesarstone. The grey background of this material makes it extremely versatile and easy to combine with a wide range of colours and objects. Caesarstone Bianco Drift 6131 is another colour from this Collection, a natural looking quartz surface that works in both contemporary and traditional settings. Its manufacturing process is certified by Breton, a worldwide leader in the process of making quartz slabs, that ensures no sealing or re-sealing is required on the surfaces. By installing Caesarstone Bianco Drift 6131 in premium locations and distinctive projects, MKW Surfaces is confident that it would soon become a trend and more and more people would see the virtue of having this incredible new stone product in their kitchens and bathrooms, providing their house an elegant and royal touch. A Company later told the press that although Caesarstone Bianco Drift 6131 may not be the cheapest product in the market initially, in the long run it does offer full value for money as it is almost maintenance free and lasts a lifetime. Further to this, Caesarstone comes with 10 Year product warranty, and the underside of every Caesarstone slab has an authenticity stamp from the manufacturer with a unique batch number which allows for the end clients to register their warranty at the manufacturers’ website. Caesarstone also offers the Classico Range and includes many colour combinations such as Calacatta Nuvo, Emperadoro and Piatra Grey, complimenting their full quartz Collection. 6131 Caesarstone Bianco Drift Splashback is an ideal complement for making a kitchen worktop and matching wall combination, he added.