It’s no secret that many of our favorite countertop products come from Silestone by Cosentino, and we always look forward to what they will bring to the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show (KBIS) each year.
Silestone products are the perfect combination of form and function. Silestone is created by using natural quartz, which is intrinsically hard and resilient. As the only countertop with bacteriostatic protection a Silestone by Cosentino countertop guarantees maximum hygiene on its surfaces. Silestone is the only countertop to feature the combination of the following:
Silestone products are internationally certified, ensuring the maximum safety and protection. Consumers can enjoy peace of mind, knowing that with Silestone they have found the safe, top-quality materials they have been seeking for their kitchen and/or bathroom remodeling project.
The company’s commitment to offering the most sophisticated and polished looks, in a wide variety of colors, patterns, and finishes to suit any style, means that Silestone by Cosentino has the right look for virtually any kitchen or bathroom. Whether you are matching a sleek, minimalistic modern aesthetic, a timeless, classic design, or you need a product that walks the line between the two, you should be looking at Silestone by Cosentino. Choose from more than 50 colors within six capsule collections to find the perfect fit for your kitchen or bath.
This year Silestone has featured its Stonium Series on the KBIS website: “The Stonium Series uses innovative technology to offer six striking colors … each color contains seamless properties to reduce weak areas and joints. The series offers exclusive benefits of Silestone Natural Quarta, is durable, non-porous, does not require sealers, and offers high-stain, scratch-and-scorch performance. It also contains built-in anti-microbial protection.” Inspired by rich minerals and natural stone, the new Stonium Color Series launched in April 2012. The new line includes rich, earth-toned hues that were inspired by the colors of organic materials and the movement of natural stone:
Vortium: Light cream with dark speckles
•Tritium: Gray with cranberry veining
•Zynite: Chocolate brown, caramel, and cream
•Siridium: Browns, blacks, and creams
•Zirix: Cream with yellow highlights and dark veining
•Dinux: Dark, chocolate brown with black hues and platinum veining