Quartz Bushboard Ivory stone Kitchens Review

Quartz in a Quarter of the Time (and Cost)

Hard wearing, good looking and easy to care for quartz worksurfaces are growing in popularity. The downside with most quartz tops is that they cannot be fabricated on site, which causes delay and extra cost.

Ever innovative, Bushboard M-Stone is a quartz surface that can be installed on site. M-Stone is entirely different to any other quartz worksurface on the market because it offers fast and easy installation without the need for advanced fabrication, dramatically reducing both costs and waiting time.

Cool to the touch, M-Stone is a unique blend of natural stone particles with resin resulting in a material that is technically advanced compared to stone and granite. It is heat, impact, abrasion and moisture resistant. Surfaces are 20mm thick and matching splashbacks, and upstands are available to complete the look. “This is a material with its own character and composition and a wide range of benefits. Its high-performance while being low maintenance, “says Bushboard’s Hannah Abbott. “Installers find it easy to cut and join, it is perfect for use with all styles of sink – undermount, Belfast & Butler, flush-mount and inset sinks all look terrific with M-Stone, and drainer grooves are straightforward to add.

Quartz is an aspirational surface trend in work surfaces, but with today’s busy lifestyles consumers want a product that is, and that will allow their kitchen installation to be completed without delay. M-Stone ticks all the boxes.”
M-Stone worksurfaces come in six colours including on-trend Black, Ivory and White. Samples are available via the Bushboard website.

Caption: Ivory Stone from Bushboard’s M-Stone range.
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