Cosentino has launched the Stonika Collection – the most advanced offering from Dekton to date, offering a a hyper-realistic stone quality.
August 27th, 2019
Dekton by Cosentino is a range of ultra-compact surfaces that offers unparalleled versatility. Made from a patented mixture of raw materials used to manufacture glass, porcelain and quartz surfaces, Dekton is highly resistant to UV rays, scratches, stains, fire and heat, making it suitable for both indoor and outdoor applications.
Not only big on features, Dekton is also offered in large-format slabs up to 320 x 144 centimetres in size, which opens up more design possibilities.
Continuously expanding the Dekton range with new colours, Cosentino has launched the Stonika Collection. Stonika is the most advanced offering from Dekton in the market today. The new collection is the next generation of Dekton’s celebrated XGloss Natural Collection that comprises six colour variants inspired by some of the world’s most coveted natural stones. New findings in Cosentino’s manufacturing process allow for sharper rendition of the natural stone, lending the finished Stonika slabs a hyper-realistic quality.
Are you a fan of Carrara marble? Olimpo offers an elegant and durable rendition of its grey-on-white veining. For a more delicate version, Bergen has got you covered with lace-like grey-on-white veining. Are you looking to recreate the grandeur of the Taj Mahal? Arga adds a warm and opulent touch with gold veins on a cream background, while Taga offers a variant that pairs well with cool tones with its grey veins.
Are you looking add a sophisticated weathered look to your space? Sogne juxtaposes the industrial aesthetic of the grey Gris Pulpis stone with a high-gloss finish while Korso offers a warmer version with its earth-tone veining.
The six colours in Stonika bring up Dekton’s colour offering to 53.
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