Silestone is a combination of natural quartz and other raw materials that are extraordinarily hard and resilient. These characteristics combine to create an ideal surface for kitchen countertops, bathrooms, flooring and wall cladding. Silestone Natural Quartz is a surface material with outstanding properties created for kitchen and bath design applications. It offers beauty similar to natural stone in a wide range of colours and extraordinary textures. Silestone is a non-porous surface and highly resistant to staining caused by coffee, wine, lemon juice, olive oil, vinegar, makeup and many other everyday products. Learn more about SILESTONE here.


To give you an option for every style, Silestone offers you different textures for any of your chosen applications. Polish, Suede or Volcano are three options to inspire your imagination and get the countertop, flooring or wall cladding with the texture that you have always dreamed of.



It's the original Silestone® polished quartz surface. The look and feel that stands the test of time. With glimmering radiance and the smooth feel of natural stone, Silestone's original polished surface remains popular throughout the world. This deep and pure surface shows Silestone quartz with elegance and clarity.



The Silestone Suede finished is a remarkable textured surface that offers a uniquely soft touch and effect that is pure beauty and elegance. Maintaining the same characteristics, its soft, remarkable touch and a complete colour consistency give your Silestone projects an added value.



Volcano is the new Silestone texture; a soft and rustic texture, Volcano is the result of an R&D effort to find an attractive surface that answers the market demand by extending the offer for those who love the rugged materials.



The kitchen is a central part of any home and its design is just as important as its function. Design styles ranging from modern to traditional and rustic to vintage can all use Silestone to create a unique, personalized space. The design of your kitchen may be defined by different variables such as size, style and colour preferences.


Scandinavian kitchens

The Scandinavian style, established in northern Europe at the beginning of the 20th century in countries such as Denmark, Finland and Sweden, aims to make maximum use of light. The result is a kitchen with cosy, well-balanced, peaceful atmosphere in which white is the predominant colour. Scandinavian kitchens are distinguished by their wooden floors in warm tones. Wood adds a light, warm atmosphere to the room and to white furniture. Another option is to use porcelain materials such as Dekton to obtain this texture, which does not need the special care required by natural wood.


Modern kitchens

The predominant features of modern kitchens are practicality, utility and maximum simplicity in design. For this reason they are based on simplicity and organization. The most important thing is to maximize the utility of the space and ensure it is uncluttered. The design is usually characterized by the abundance of straight lines, avoiding the accumulation of elements and transmitting dynamism and a note of freshness. One of the main attractions of a modern kitchen is that almost any material can be used in its decoration: from more classical materials such as wood, granite or marble, to more original and innovative ones such as Silestone and Dekton.


American Kitchens

Open-plan American kitchens have the kitchen, dining-room and lounge area typically combined into one space. This has several benefits, both in terms of functionality and aesthetics. They are most ideal for small homes in which space must be used as smartly as possible. Saving space and concentrating all the necessary elements for cooking and eating are important advantages offered by this type of kitchen. One of the classic accessories found in an American kitchen is the island, an extremely versatile and large element that can be used to prepare or serve food. Silestone adapts perfectly to this style due to its wide colour range, which can help generate continuity with the rest of the home.


Vintage kitchens

The vintage style which is in greater and greater demand in kitchen decoration, is the favourite style of people who adore vintage environments and objects. This type of kitchen decoration is characterized by the use of furniture, utensils and household appliances that evoke memories of bygone times. All the textiles used will also be vintage. This also applies to the sink and taps, elements which are also available in the revolutionary Silestone Integrity sinks for installing in the countertop.


Rustic Kitchens

The rustic style uses natural materials and harmonious colours to create warm atmospheres. This type of decoration is related to a simple lifestyle and a specific environment: life in the country and a rural setting. Rustic kitchens are perfect for people who are fond of nature and traditional settings, and who want their kitchen design to be natural. This rustic style is rooted in an organic, rural life which many people appreciate, especially nowadays, in order to escape from the hustle and bustle of life in the city. The idea is to take a break from the noise of the world and return home to connect with nature and with basic essentials.