Stylish & contemporary White Kitchens are hugely popular. Cosentino Silestone quartz composite comes in a range of colours to brighten & modernise your new kitchen. Stoneworld offers a wide range of Silestone kitchen counter tops, integral sinks, splashbacks and custom edge profiles throughout the South East from their base in County Carlow.
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What is Silestone?
Silestone is a compound made up of 94% natural quartz, which make it extraordinarily hard and resilient. It is an excellent surface for kitchen worktops, splashbacks, bathrooms, floors and wall cladding, using the minimum number of joints. It has a non-porous surface that is scratch, stain and scorch resistant. A range of Silestone sinks is also available.
Choosing your new kitchen
Did you know? – If you choose a light-coloured worktop it will pick up the ambient room light – appearing warm at night (under tungsten or warm tone LED) and fresh & bright in daylight, changing the mood of your kitchen according to the time of day. Zone lighting gives an infinite number of ways to style your kitchen, creating a truly unique look..
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Dekton is a sophisticated mixture of the raw materials used in the production of glass, latest-generation porcelain tiles and quartz surfaces. Suitable for both indoor and outdoor applications, it is a new and innovative material that is paving the way for the future of surfaces for architecture and design. It is also made by Cosentino – makers of Silestone. See video here.
Kitchen refurbishments & makeovers give a fresh new look to a tired old kitchen. Cabinets can be painted and new handles fitted. Counter tops can be replaced with stylish new Silestone quartz composite. Makeovers mean less disruption for your household, less outlay and a great new look for your kitchen. At Stoneworld we carry out a lot of kitchen makeovers. Contact us with your ideas and say hello to your new kitchen makeover. Read more here
Silestone cleaning tips: clean with damp cloth or paper towel and if necessary a small amount of non-bleach, non-abrasive cleaner. Although quartz is generally stain resistant, clean up all food and liquid spills immediately.