- High-quality decorative laminate in a matte finish
- Contemporary square edge design
- 10-year guarantee
- Hygienic surface
Our White Fleck décor offers a contemporary look at the classic sparkle/ glitter laminate worktop finish which has been dominating the market for decades.
Without a doubt, matte finishes are taking over gloss within kitchen worktop design. Therefore we have opted for this square edge, matte finish as a modern take on a classic.
Giving the impression of quartz, this white worktop features a blend of subtle glitter flecks to give character and added dimension.
Promising both quality and great value, our worktops are manufactured in the UK from a high-density chipboard core and carry a 10-year guarantee against all manufacturing defects - subject to normal usage and correct installation.
How easy is it to care for white matte laminate worktops?
Laminate is one of the most cost-effective materials available for your kitchen.
Not only is it easy to clean but laminates also allow us to benefit from their non-bacterial qualities.
Ideal for the kitchen, our worktop surfaces have been tested against some of the most common illness-spreading bacteria and have been proven effective against the likes of e-coli.
We have also incorporated a built-in protective melamine overlay within each of our matte worktops, ensuring they are shielded from scratches caused by light domestic use, to guarantee the longevity of your purchase.
We recommend checking our blog article on caring for white laminate worktops to find out more.
How do I style a white kitchen worktop?
Your possibilities are endless when it comes to styling a white kitchen worktop in your home.
White finishes have the ability to pair with virtually any colour, texture, or pattern due to its non-appearance on the colour wheel.
This means you can experiment with feature walls, two tones, and accent colour easily.
Looking for a little inspiration and some pointers? Head over to our blog, where our Head of Design covers how to style white sparkle worktops, for more.
Installing matte kitchen worktops
The most common practice when it comes to installing worktops within kitchen areas is for two opposing corners to be joined together with the use of a mitre join.
For reference to our full installation guide, please click here.