There are over a hundred different finishes and colors you can choose from when you get new Corian solid surface countertops. No matter what your kitchen’s design or aesthetic, there’s a Corian color that meets your needs.
Picking the right color is a matter of personal preference, of course. We all have our favorites. Here are some of our absolute favorite colors and designs to help get you started.
Oat is a deep warm color; a sandstone beige speckled with a range between neutral beige and dark brown colors. It’s an excellent neutral look – not too overpowering on its own, it allows the other aspects of your kitchen to stand out. It also helps expand the perceived space in your kitchen, which is a valuable asset in smaller spaces.
In the “warm natural” category, we really like Matterhorn. It’s densely textured, with particles of cream, beige and dark brown providing a nice contrast. This is a pattern that mimics the look of natural stone materials, so it’s great if you’re trying to find the elegance and beauty of natural materials with the benefits and convenience of solid surface.
Greys are very popular at the moment, and Flint is one of the greys with the best color profile. It’s deep and rich, with undertones of blue. These beautiful, cool tones are an elegant and trendy way to have something different than the traditional white kitchens.
The previous three colors we’ve looked at have been more neutral shades – colors that don’t stand out and let the other aspects of your kitchen take the lead in design and style. Aztec Gold, however, is a hot golden yellow that really does stand out. The tone on tone particles create a natural effect, and the ochre veins give it a texture that a flat yellow would lack. It’s a color that’s bound to turn heads.