How Cleanstone can help add Texture to your next project

How Cleanstone can help add Texture to your next project
Anyone want to guess exactly what recycled plastics today's Critical. Cleanstone Sample 010 is made of? I'll give you a clue:

1. It's not made from the background in the image
2. It's from Countdown Supermarkets
3. Madeleine (Millie) Porter you are not allowed to participate, sorry e hoa.
4. Yep, it's recycled plastics that's a given, but what did it used to be?

I personally love the subtle texture in this mix. It's almost natural and not overbearing.

Texture is the way a surface feels to the touch. It can be smooth, rough, soft, hard, or anything in between. When used effectively, texture can add depth, interest, and dimension to a space. It can also create a sense of warmth, comfort, or luxury.

In design, texture can be used to:

Add depth and dimension to a space.
Create a sense of warmth and comfort.
Highlight architectural features.
Define different areas of a space.
Set a mood or atmosphere.

Here are 4 practical ways you can embed texture into your next great product or project!

1. Use a variety of textures to create interest.

2. Contrast smooth and rough textures to create visual interest.

3. Use textures that are appropriate for the space. For example, you wouldn't want to use a rough texture in a space where people are likely to be walking barefoot.

4. Use textures to create a specific mood or atmosphere. For example, you might use soft textures in a bedroom to create a relaxing atmosphere.

Best thing about this is you can create almost any texture using Cleanstone, using 100% recycled plastics.

Do you have a request for our next sample? Drop it in the comments below!
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