Dekton by Cosentino, the innovative and ultra-compact surface solution, has expanded its colour range with the launch of four new unique and vibrant tones, ideal for any surface design.
November 16th, 2017
Presenting new levels of beauty and functionality, three of the colours in this new suite of Dekton surfaces are available in the XGloss Basiq – a world-class highly durable finish composed of sophisticated raw materials. Through a pioneering Nanocoating process and the application of an advanced mechanical polishing process, the surfaces don’t only look gorgeous in a variety of finishes, they remain that way longer than ever.
With unmatched aesthetic and superior design quality properties, the highly versatile XGloss Basiq range presents infinite application possibilities for the indoor and outdoor designer, from flooring, and facades, to wall cladding and worktops.
The new XGloss Basiq colour range includes…
Featuring an intense beige tone that evokes the serenity of the sand and the beauty of the dessert land, Qatar will add a natural aesthetic and sense of warmth to any space.
Under the surface of Manhattan, there is the essence of the most vibrant and cosmopolitan cement. This deep, luminous shade of grey provides a modern and functional look and feel, perfect for creating striking contrast with other tones and textures.
This grainy, glossy white tone brings clarity and breadth to any setting, ideal for incorporating a sense of lightness and timeless class.
Also new to the Dekton Natural Collection is Nayla – defined as a granulated matt white colour, this finish’s timeless and classic tone is ideal for any decorative environment, combining perfectly with all types of textures and materials.
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