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New-Age Neolith Porcelain Slabs Usher In Resilient Style And Chic Sustainability

Marble is a tricky surface to use in the kitchen, and while it does look absolutely spellbinding, the natural stone presents plenty of care and maintenance problems. Replicating the aesthetics of marble but offering unparalleled durability and resistance to wear and tear is the new Neolith Estatuario that has just hit stores in the US. Your quest for that ideal kitchen countertop that blends form and functionality might well come to an end with this gorgeous porcelain stoneware that is also 100% non-absorbent and LEED certified.

Neolith porcelain surfaces bring style and durability to the modern kitchen island

With an innate ability to withstand fire and high temperatures, the Neolith Estatuario can replace both granite and marble surfaces in your home with ease. While it is a surface that is ideal for a heavy activity zone like the kitchen, even the contemporary bathroom and living room floor can benefit from the durable and sustainable style of this trendy porcelain surface. Resistant to scratches and abrasive friction, the Neolith is also UV resilient, allowing you to use it even in rooftop kitchens and on the patio.

While the Neolith looks stunning in the marble-like Classtone color, it also comes in chic Iron copper and Iron grey versions that bring a touch of rustic charm to the kitchen without actually using any metal! Visually replicating weathered metal, these porcelain slab finishes promise to turn heads and transform your kitchen into an instant focal point in the open-plan living area.

Lovely marble styled backsplash in the stylish kitchen with durable porcelain tiles

Gorgeous kitchen siland surface is easy to maintain and lasts much longer than traditional tiles

Cutting edge compact surface porcelain slab for thje modern kitchen

Fabulous Neolith Iron Collection surface for the kitchen in chic grey

Beautiful Iron Moss finish brings a visual contrast to the kitchen

Resiliant kitchen countertop surface made from Silica, Glass, Porcelian and Oxidies

Neolith porcelain slabs with oxidized and rust-covered finish

Copper finish from the Neolith Iron Collection brings unique texture to the kitchen

Lovely flooring in the office is both sustainable and trendy

Neolith Estatuario Finish in the spa-like contemporary bath

Sherry Nothingam
Sherry is a blogger who loves to live her life to the fullest. She enjoys everything associated with design, décor and stylish modern trends. Born in California, Sherry has grown up on open ranches and in a wild setting, which has defined her taste for design and developed her interest in examining how structures and homes interact with the beauti[...]

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