From marble to desert

The recently released Desert Silver coloured benchtop is the newest addition to Silestone’s Eternal benchtop range.

The recently released Desert Silver coloured benchtop is the newest addition to Silestone’s Eternal benchtop range. Inspired by the classic and long-lasting marble trend, Silestone’s Eternal Desert Silver is monochromatic in its appearance, with fine, clear veining and an icy, translucent aesthetic.

Silestone benchtops are made with approximately 95 per cent pure natural quartz, blending both raw materials and resins together. Due to its original construction, Silestone is extraordinarily non-porous as well as delivering higher resistance to impact and scratching – lowering the required maintenance.

Silestone’s new Desert Silver colour complements any type of material and architectural element in the modern kitchen.

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