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Dekton by Cosentino unveils two new marble-inspired colors, Opera and Natura

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After receiving tremendous acclaim at its preview at the 2017 Kitchen & Bath Industry Show, Dekton by Cosentino, the ultra-compact architectural surface with advanced technical properties for both interior and exterior application, adds two new striking colors to its offering: Opera and Natura.

Featuring pronounced, yet simple veining, the new color ways offer a modern take on some of the most sought-after marbles with unparalleled durability and technical properties synonymous with the ultra-compact surfacing brand.

“Whether in a homeowner’s kitchen or a high-luxe hotel, marble creates a distinguished statement,” says Massimo Ballucchi, Director of Marketing for Cosentino North America. “The beauty of Dekton Opera and Natura is the performance coupled with the aesthetic, making it the ideal solution for both residential and commercial applications – inside and out.”

Created from a sophisticated blend of raw materials from glass, quartz and porcelain, Dekton has a high resistance to UV rays, scratches, stains and thermal shock. Its durability and ease of care offer a wealth of applications, including flooring, facades, wall cladding, worktops, stairs and more. It is available in large format, which allows for seamless creative possibilities for architects and designers for both residential and commercial projects.

     /></p><p><strong>Opera</strong><em> (above)</em>, the latest addition to the popular Dekton Natural Collection, takes inspiration from elegant Italian Carrara and the current desire for marble interiors. It also boasts <strong>Velvet Texture</strong>, a new soft matte finish Simple, light grey veining adds depth and interest to the<br /> creamy white surface for a classic, understated finish<strong>. </strong><strong><br /> <img class= October 17, 2017 Categorised in: News, Top Products

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