New Riverine Collection Offers Cut Marble and Granite Look Giving New Visual Options to Designers


New Riverine Collection Offers Cut Marble and Granite Look Giving New Visual Options to Designers Pattern versatility and size customization increase design options and reduce scrap Ideal for vertically oriented feature spaces Riverine Collection Examples

Wayne, Pa. (June 26, 2023) – Trinseo (NYSE: TSE), a specialty material solutions provider, is adding the Riverine Collection, a nature-inspired palette, to its AVONITE™ Acrylic Solid Surface portfolio.

AVONITE™ Acrylic Solid Surface is found in various interior and exterior applications including countertops, bath surrounds, vanities, interior walls, facades, and furnishings. Thermoformable and hygienic, as a result of its non-porous surface and seamless assembly, AVONITE™ Acrylic Solid Surface also offers the possibility to create intriguing light effects due to its subtle translucency. The Riverine Collection, offered in both 12mm and 6mm thicknesses, is particularly appropriate for featured vertical spaces where a faux marble appearance enhances the aesthetic.

“Trinseo is expanding its solid surface portfolio with a collection of three free-flowing patterns and colors that make up Riverine,” said Peter Allread, Trinseo’s Sales Director, Engineered Materials, Americas. “The material mimics the appearance of natural cut marble and granite, with every sheet unique from one another. The Riverine Collection’s natural expansive pattern provides designers with a hygienic material solution that meets their aesthetic needs.”

AVONITE™ Acrylic Solid Surface is produced utilizing a continuous cast, double-belt manufacturing process with versatile production widths and lengths, specified by the customer to reduce scrap and transportation costs within their projects.

AVONITE™, a renowned brand in the interior design industry, is a recent addition to Trinseo’s material solutions portfolio resulting from the 2021 acquisition of Aristech Surfaces LLC, an American manufacturer of surface and design materials.

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