Innovative design: Wilsonart launches new surface products

Wetwall panels provide an economical alternative to tile or marble. Photo credit: Wilsonart

Engineered surfaces company Wilsonart is launching new products for countertops, cabinets and walls.

Wetwall, a Wilsonart Company, officially launched Wetwall. With its waterproof core and patented technology, the European-inspired Wetwall panels provide an economical alternative to tile or marble. Its easy-to-install tongue and groove system allows for groutless installation and inconspicuous seams, making for easier care. The product can stand up to humidity and is suitable for bathrooms.

Wilsonart Thinscape Performance Tops are European-inspired and are designed to be easier to work with than porcelain options. The surfaces are engineered to be impact-, scratch- and moisture resistant. 

New quartz slabs available this spring include Galera and Oberlin, both large-scale terrazzo quartz; Hanola Grey, a two-toned dark grey quartz design with undertones of brown and wispy white veins scattered throughout; Clouds Rest, a white-and-grey background accentuated by the darker grey veining; and Hamoa, a warm grey background with swirling white veins throughout.

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