Colours

Colours

maia worktops are available in 15 stunning decors to complement any kitchen design.

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406x406 Beige Sparkle new

Beige Sparkle

Beige Sparkle combines beige tones with casual shades of cream, silver and soft grey to create a neutral décor that will work with the majority of kitchen colours and designs. (Price Group 2)

 

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406x406 Brazilian Greige new

Brazilian Greige

Brazilian Greige provides a versatile yet rustic décor supplemented with hues of soft grey, brown and natural metals. This décor cleverly combines contemporary style with natural beauty to produce a timeless décor. (Price Group 1)

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calcite

Calcite

Delivering a fresher look than Vanilla, Calcite contains light grey particles suspended in a creamy white background. Works well with light and medium oaks as well as black. A youthful take on a traditional classic. (Price Group 2)

 

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cappuccino

Cappuccino

Cappuccino is a stylish choice to complement woods and plain doors. Add dark doors, cream and brown for a relaxed feel, or vibrant zebrano doors to make a real impact. (Price Group 1)

 

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cristallo

Cristallo

Cristallo is a crisp, solid white with contrasting grey granules. Perfect with silver doors for a modern, industrial feel, or with walnut for classic style. (Price Group 2)

 

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fossil

Fossil

Particles of silver and pearl combine in Fossil to bring a stunning new colour that will work with the majority of kitchen colours and designs. (Price Group 2)

 

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galaxy

Galaxy

Galaxy’s metallic flecks bring sparkle to your worktop – metallic particles catch the light and complement the deep black background. (Price Group 2)

 

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406x406 Greystone new

Greystone

Using the natural tones of stone and rock, Greystone makes a strong statement especially with a monotone design theme. Or for a simple yet effective modern twist on traditional, match with light or medium oaks. (Price Group 2)

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iceberg

Iceberg

Iceberg’s beauty lies in its purity. White has become a strong trend for worksurfaces – team with matching doors for a simple, calm style, or with splashes of colour to make a statement. (Price Group 1)

 

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latte

Latte

Latte is another ‘natural neutral’ in the maia range. Lighter than Mocha but with deeper tones than maia’s original coffee décor, Cappuccino, Latte has quickly become a popular choice. (Price Group 1)

 

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lava

Lava

Lava is grey with small speckles of brown to create a natural stone effect. Stunning in a blue kitchen with glass, wood and white accessories, or stylishly industrial with glossy black or metallic doors. (Price Group 1)

 

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mocha

Mocha

Mocha brings a deep brown to the maia range. As neutral door colours such as latte and cream grow in popularity, so Mocha really comes into its own. (Price Group 1)

 

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406x406 Snow Haze new

Snow Haze

Snow Haze is a very special décor thanks to its exceptional veined effect with hues of white, off white and subtle gold. Bringing the illusion of space when combined with lighting, reflection and transparency, this elegant décor works well with white, cream and oak. (Price Group 2)

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maia Vanilla decor

Vanilla

Vanilla is an elegant colour which complements many kitchen designs. Its coloured flecks make it the perfect match for a range of door colours. Contrast with black for added drama. (Price Group 1)

 

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vulcano

Vulcano

Vulcano is the most popular colour in the maia range. Its sophisticated black background is interspersed with contrasting white flecks and subtle hints of yellow. (Price Group 1)

 

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