You may or may not have heard of this AMAZING product from Spain called Neolith by The Size. I stumbled across it online while doing some research for a project and after reading all about it, all I can say is wow!
We have a distributor in Victoria, Beyond Surfaces Distribution who are the exclusive distributors for British Columbia and I had to go see it for myself. Was it really as great as it says it is? Well let me tell you it’ was gorgeous. I love the feel and look of the product and I was able to see a whole slabs instead of just the samples and I was sold!
Neolith is the world’s largest technical porcelain slab made from 100% all natural material (natural clays, feldspar, silica and mineral oxides). Its durable and lightweight and comes in thicknesses ranging from 3mm to 10mm. It’s also resistant to high temperatures and because it’s non-porous and stain resistant, it won’t soak up that red wine!
With it’s extensive combination of colours and finishes, it’s the perfect designer product that can be used in numerous applications for interiors, exteriors and furnishings. It is similar to quartz in look and pricing but has a matt finish. They are however in the process of adding a glossy finish to the slabs.(I can’t wait to see them when they come in).
This is the Estatuario Classtone which looks very similar to marble. It’s gorgeous and I love the single slab for a back splash.
How beautiful is this waterfall island!
The Basalt Gray looks like acid washed cement. Love it!
If your looking for a durable white countertop that won’t stain the Artic White would be a great choice.
I love this countertop and the cabinets in Copper.
Perfect for walls and around a fireplace.
There are endless possibilities to use Neolith and I am sure we will be seeing a lot more of it in the future as they bring out more textures, patterns and colours. I am really looking forward to using this product on some upcoming projects.
Happy Decorating 🙂
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