Inspired by upscale lifestyles: Boutique collection from Hanwha Surfaces

Hanwha Surfaces, the American subsidiary of Hanwha L&C, has launched new colors as part of the Boutique collection. Inspired by fashion and upscale lifestyles associated with some of North America’s destinations, the new collection ranges from whites to grey tones with long veins and the appearance of movement.

The Boutique collection is the first to be created on HanStone Quartz’s second production line featuring the Breton technology. Using robotic arms, the new equipment is able to create soft, deep veining and movement that closely mimics the appearance of natural stone. 

The new collection consists of five colors. Chantilly has feathery charcoal veins set against a white background. Montauk, meanwhile, has soft pearl undertone is elevated with sandy dappling and an ivory pattern for a vintage yet modern feel.


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Monterey was inspired by California’s central coast. It has grey base anchored by darker grey veining and contrasting white wispy marbling. Soho has a smoky white base with pewter and brown veining, and Yorkville has grey movement and cream base.

Photo credit: HanStone Quartz

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