With kitchen surfaces increasingly taking on the double duties of both a workstation and an informal dining area, design and durability are more important than ever before.
December 2nd, 2015
Increasingly slim surfaces have are a growing trend throughout the Australian surfaces market, and this big, or rather slim, trend is set to gain even further momentum throughout 2016.
Cosentino’s signature Silestone range and innovative Dekton ultra-compact surfaces come in a range of thicknesses to suit the specific needs of any designer. Offers ranges of thicknesses from 8mm, to 12mm, 20mm and 30mm, as well as even thicker profiles for bolder looks.
Contrasting this boldness, thinner profiles create a sleek, crisp feel and are easily suited to a variety of applications, both inside and out of the home – which their popularity no doubt owes much to. Likewise, the thin surfaces are more easily adaptable, making them ideal for creating modern designs including waterfall benchtops, bar counters, splashbacks and Dekton for external wall cladding.
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