A new online application allows you to direct the design of your kitchen and bathroom
July 31st, 2011
Silestone®, the world leader in quartz surfaces, is offering design, decoration and architecture professionals, as well as consumers, the opportunity to create their own kitchen and bathroom environment.
The new online design Silestone application allows designers, architects and end users to save time in defining and visualising their custom designs for both new constructions and kitchen and bathroom refurbishments.
The wide range of Silestone® colours, consisting of over 60 different shades, is available to users, so that can select them for bench tops, tiling, floors, walls, showers, toilets, panelling, sinks, etc. The environment simulator is characterised by its simplicity and speed in visualising projects.
The application is available on the Silestone website and users can personalise up to three different spaces: a modern kitchen, a traditional kitchen and a bathroom.
With this online tool, consumers can view, print and share their unique and personalised design.
With Silestone’s unique bacteriostatic protection, it is the best possible choice for the kitchen and bathroom at home, two areas where design, safety and health all play a key role.
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