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Silestone by Cosentino
Choosing the right countertop for the kitchen is important, because it not only determines the overall look of the room but will be subject to heavy use. That’s why new surfaces, such as quartz, are growing in popularity.
Renowned as the leader of innovation and design among interior designers, Silestone by Cosentino is lauded for its aesthetic, functional and durable characteristics. Its quartz surfaces have been featured in House Beautiful and Town & Country’s Setai Fifth Avenue apartments, Esquire Ultimate Bachelor Pad in Los Angeles, Elle Décor Showhouse in San Francisco and HGTV Dream House.
Volcano Texture, an original quartz surface with a distinct orange-peel textured finish, introduces a new tactile and aesthetic experience while offering the benefits of Silestone natural quartz. New technology makes it possible to create light indentations on the quartz surface, thus making the Volcano a stylish statement. The collection comes in five colors, the newest being Nuit Bleu—a cool, smoky charcoal with hints of natural stone. Other colors include Haiku, a light cream; White Zeus, pure white; Kensho, a soft ash gray; and Gray Expo, a natural gray.
Influenced by European design, the subtle molten-rock textured surface creates depth and inspires new possibilities for use on kitchen countertops, vanity tops, wall paneling, custom-made furniture and more.
As with all Silestone natural quartz products, the Volcano Texture is naturally non-porous and never needs to be sealed. It is easy to clean and has high scratch, stain and heat resistance. Silestone is also proven to be a cleaner and safer countertop. It offers built-in antimicrobial protection that fights the growth of odor-causing bacteria, mold and mildew. It comes with GREENGUARD certification for clean air quality and National Sanitation Foundation certification (NSF 51) for safe food preparation.
For more information on Silestone Natural Quartz, visit www.silestoneusa.com.
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