New colours on show in up-dated brochure from CRL Quartz plus 11 new designs of Ceralsio

CRL Stone has introduced a new brochure dedicated to its CRL Quartz surfaces. It shows the full range, including three new colours. 

The new brochure runs to 92 pages, with full product specification and stunning real-life photography to inspire consumers and specifiers.

With each collection within the CRL Quartz range clearly categorised, this is an easy-to-use guide that encourages users to browse at their leisure.

Particular highlights of the updated brochure are the three new colours now available - Vesuvius, Staccato and Urban Grey.

Tapping into the latest trends for nature-inspired materials and dulcet, muted tones in kitchens and bathrooms, these three new shades complement the existing CRL Quartz ranges.

The brochure also includes a comprehensive list of features and benefits of the material, plus care instructions, to help customers understand why choosing CRL Quartz for their kitchen or bathroom project is a good investment.

Copies of the new brochure can be downloaded as PDFs or hard copies can be requested from the CRL Quartz website at

CRL Stone also sells its own-brand Ceralsio large format ceramic slabs and has introduced new designs, as well as a greater variety of thicknesses and finishes.

Responding to the trend for slim profiles and minimalism in contemporary kitchen design, Ceralsio is now available in 6mm thickness. Ideal for flooring and wall cladding for eye-catching splashbacks to match or contrast with worktops or as an easy to clean and floor. The 6mm thick slabs are a cost-effective surface solution that also makes installation simple, particularly over large areas. Slabs are also available in 12mm and 20mm thicknesses.

New additions to the Ceralsio collection include 11 new styles, all embracing current trends in interior design. You can see them all on the website at

In the picture below can be seen Croma White Ceralsio on the floor and table top, Croma Black in the kitchen area and a worktop, and Oristano Black feature wall and flooring.