Cascade: The Layered Line
Customizable, Richlite's Cascade comes in six color variations featuring multi-color edges for progressive design tastes. If the six tallest peaks in the Casacdes aren't your style, add your own look and feel with customized layering. The linear design of the Cascade Range allows for interesting edges that match coordinating Richlite sheets. Custom combinations and thicknesses may be ordered through Richlite's network of distributors. Cascade can also be used for signage when the product is machined into to reveal contrasting colors.
The Cascade collection is available in 4'x8' to 5'x12' sheet sizes and comes in six color schemes, including: Baker, Rainier, Adams, Hood, Shasta, Little Tahoma
The linear design of the Cascade Range allows for interesting edges that match coordinating colors from the Northwest Collection in custom combinations and thicknesses. These customized schemes may be ordered through Richlite’s network of distributors. To ensure balance, the top and bottom (horizontally) must mirror each other from the centerline out and the thinnest individual layer may be no thinner than 1/32".
For help customizing your layered design, Find Richlite.
Richlite has a "mottled" appearance, which patterns in a striated effect lengthwise. This is less apparent, but present on dark colors, including Black Diamond. This quality is due to the natural variation in the way fibers lay within the paper used to make the material.
Richlite Authorized Fabricators can shape extravagant edges and route artistic features like drain channels directly in the material.
Faux edges hide the true thickness of many stone and solid surface products. Richlite is designed to look beautiful without a built up edge, however for those areas that cannot bear the added weight we specifically designed Little Tahoma and Baker with half-thick stripes on the top and bottom of each panel especially for built-up edges.
Richlite can produce clean seams. They're not invisible but much cleaner than what can be achieved through stone countertops. Seams will look similar to those of wood or veneers. Seams should be displayed where they make design sense. Consider the impact of the striations when determining seam placement. Richlite comes in up to 12-foot lengths and five-foot widths so most projects can be accomplished without a seam due to the size of the sheet.