Marlan: Dutch quality in all imaginable sizes and thicknesses

Marlan is made locally in the Netherlands. The company makes Solid Surface in a range of thicknesses, lengths, widths and colours and specializes in custom solutions. All imaginable sizes and thicknesses are possible. Marlan is Cradle-to-Crade (C2C) certified, which means the materials are designed so they can be used again and again forever.

  • Made locally in the Netherlands
  • Specialist in custom work
  • C2C certified

Solid Surface Marlan – unique in quality, sustainability and possibilities

Marlan offers five extensive collections

Ecolan – Solid Surface

  • Non-flammable
  • Cheerful designs
  • Antibacterial

The Ecolan collection comprises three cheerful designs. The material used for Neutral White is infinitely recyclable. No degradation of the original material occurs. In other words, it’s a closed circle!

Marble – Solid Surface

  • Natural stone look
  • Available in large and small sizes
  • Easy to maintain

The Marble collection was designed to look like natural stone. A warmer version for fans of the Carrara stone upon which it is based. It’s also much easier to keep clean than real stone!

Culture Corona – Solid Surface

  • Earthy shades
  • White speckles with black edges.
  • Resistant to chemicals

The Culture Corona collection comprises four earth tones with speckles. These speckles are white with a black outline to create the illusion of depth.

Culture – Solid Surface

  • Earthy shades
  • Small speckles in three colours
  • Resistant to chemicals

The Culture collection combines earthy shades with small speckles. The coloured granules are available in white, black or brown. The collection consists of 12 different colours.

MondiMix – Solid Surface

  • Terrazzo look
  • Robust material
  • Easy to maintain

The MondiMix collection comprises 18 different terrazzo-look designs. The designs feature fine speckles combined with earthy shades. The collection comes in four different thicknesses.


Marlan is Cradle-to-Cradle certified. The materials can be infinitely recycled. The production plant is located in the Netherlands, so the materials don’t need to embark on a long journey to reach Pyrasied. This keeps carbon emissions low. If you can’t find the colour or colour combination you want in the standard range, then we will develop the exact configuration you are seeking. And it’s not only the colours or colour combinations that can be specially made. The manufacturer can also produce complete items such as sinks, washbasins, shower floors and tabletops.

Delivery options

Marlan collections are manufactured to customer specifications. The materials will be made once your order is placed. The maximum plate size is 3670 x 1250 mm and the available thicknesses are 6, 12, 18 and 24 mm. Marlan produces custom solutions and can make washbasins, shower floors and tabletops specially for you. If you need a different colour or colour combination, that’s no problem with Marlan!

To view and feel the material, simply request a sample.

Processing options

The Marlan collections can be sawn, milled, drilled, polished, sanded and bonded. Marlan Solid Surface can be processed in the same way as hardwood and can also be seamlessly bonded together. If you need advice, we will be happy to share our ideas or carry out the processing work for you.

Potential applications

The moisture and wear resistance of the Marlan Solid Surface collection makes it highly suitable as decorative plate material for tabletops, counter and bar fronts, kitchen countertops, sink cabinets, wall cladding, shower floors, and other interior applications. This non-porous, hygienic material is also food-safe.

Whether you want to discuss projects, need technical advice, samples or custom-made sheet material, we are here to help. Please feel free to contact us!

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