Here at NJ Design, we are leading solid surface, and bespoke furniture experts. And this is our guide to everything you should know about the advantages of installing solid surface options in your kitchen.

What are the effective solid surface options for kitchens?

In any kitchen, there are a number of effective ways to add and include solid surfaces to your design. These options include:

  • The kitchen worktops- solid surface kitchen worktops are incredibly durable and hygienic. They are also able to be shaped into unique designs that can complement your kitchen, and suit any kitchens with an unusual layout.
  • The splashback- a solid surface kitchen splashback can create a stylish focal point in any kitchen, traditional or contemporary. The splashback itself is easier to clean and more hygienic than a tiled splashback, which can need grouting and maintenance to remove mold and bacteria. This is because solid surface materials have no gaps or joins for mold or bacteria to take hold.
  • The kitchen sink- a solid surface kitchen sink can be another impressive option for any kitchen. This will be formed and created as part of the worktop, and can be designed to perfectly compliment your interior design.

What are the advantages of solid surfaces in the kitchen?

There are a number of advantages and benefits to using solid surfaces in the kitchen. These include:

  • Range of styles and designs- solid surfaces are available in a range of colours, designs and styles to suit and compliment any interior design theme.
  • Increased durability- solid surface materials are incredibly durable and hardwearing. This means that if your kitchen is well used, you don’t need to worry about damage or wear and tear.
  • Increased hygiene- solid surface materials offer increased hygiene because the surfaces are not porous, and do not have any small holes or gaps.This means that crumbs and dirt cannot gather, and it means that mold and bacteria cannot grow.

Why not get in touch with the experts, here at NJ Design, to find out more or to plan your new bespoke kitchen?