Our client’s in Newquay decided to have two different stone types in their holiday home, and the annex attached to the property.
For the kitchen in the main house, they chose Forest Snow quartz which is from Silestone’s Eco Range.
It is a 75% blend of quartz, recycled glass (such as old mirrors, windows and bottles) and ceramic pieces (such as old china, tiles, sinks, toilets and decorative elements), mixed with peach, cream, brown and terracotta speckles.
The remaining 25% is made up of natural stone.
The 20mm Worktop was fabricated with a sawn hob and sink cut out, radius curves and upstands, all completed on CNC machine for a perfect finish.
In the second kitchen, the customer chose Silestone Vortium quartz, a cream coloured stone with darker and lighter shades of cream veins throughout.
This Silestone is composed of over 93% natural quartz.
Fabrication for this second kitchen included a sawn hob cut out, sawn sink cut out, radius curves and up stands.
All fabrication was carried out on CNC Machine and finely finished by hand.
Silestone is the only brand that contains a unique bacteriostatic formula to prevent the propagation of bacterias, offering additional value for money protection.
As always, Silestone quartz worktops come with their 10 year performance warranty.
Have you ever wondered how much Quartz Worktops or granite worktops cost?
Well, to help you from being a little like this…
And a little bit more like this…
Click on to the link below which will take you to our Blog Post, explaining about the Cost of Granite Worktops versus Cost of Quartz worktops.