Determining the best worktop option for your kitchen and bathroom is really tough, especially with kitchens. Picking out the right worktop material with all the available surfaces on the market, such as granite and marble is definitely a challenge, but when it comes to examining features like scratches and staining; Silestone fares well. Silestone worktops are made from quartz, which supplies a wide variety of colour tones, finishes, and styles for various bathroom and kitchen worktops, as well as complementing a lot of home decorations and themes.
What exactly is Silestone
Silestone worktops are manufactured material used to make worktops, floors, sinks, wall cladding, and shower trays both for kitchen and bathroom remodelling. It’s also quite well-known for its non-porous structure and extreme durability.
The material is hard and less resistant to stains, scratches, and even viruses and bacteria than other worktop surfaces. Because it’s easy to maintain and also customizable, home owners are able to achieve a high-quality look minus the high maintenance.
How is it made
Silestone is made up of natural quartz crystals, with a portion of raw ingredients being colour agents, polyester resin, and antimicrobial protection, among other essential components. The polyester resin is what holds and binds the quartz crystals altogether, thus, creating top quality Silestone surface.
Silestone may greatly resemble marble and granite, but it definitely shines a bit brighter that those two because the quartz crystals allows it to sparkle than the naturally occurring materials. From start to finish, the whole look is highly engineered and each manufacturer has their own style, colour palette, finish, and size options to cater their clients’ needs.
Incorporating Silestone in your home
The genuine combination of function and style means a kitchen must be: Functional in order to assist with food preparation, cooking, and dining. Also, Style so as to meet the home owner’s unique take on their individualized home space. To achieve this perfect blend, colour, size, and style preferences must first be determined.