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The Silestone quartz angle

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concept kitchen in SilestoneSILESTONE always has the angle on innovating in quartz – and this kitchen proves the point. The inverted tetrahedron of the dining space is a vision of gravity-defying stone worktop design. Crafted from mitred black 12mmTao slabs, it intersects cleverly with the glacier-white Blanco Zeus Extreme workstation; itself ‘floating’ on a rebated surface and floor-length wraparound legs. The colour-coded Integrity sink, cast in a single solid piece of quartz, completes a high-end ensemble straight out of Miami Vice. As a trusted approved fabricator for SilestoneWorktopEnvy loves this type of challenging project – check our Indie Designer Blog and Inspiration pages for more classy kitchen ideas.

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Matte Honed Granite Worktops

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This honed nero assoluto granite supplied by worktopenvy.com brings understated chic to any kitchenA CASE of pot, kettle, black no one would mind in their kitchen. Honed Nero Assoluto granite worktops have the understatement of slate with the benefits of one of the toughest materials in nature. This deeply consistent Indian stone – installed here by WorktopEnvy for prem kitcheneers Martin Moore & Co. – works well against ceramic-brick wall tiles and white shaker cabinetry. And because of its amazingly dense granular structure, this granite performs assoluto-ly beautifully in any kitchen. For more smoothly gorgeous kitchen worktop ideas check out our Inspiration posts, see this product here, or learn how to get a price factory-direct here from Britain’s granite and quartz worktop supplier.

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Independent kitchen planning advice from the Secret Designer

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KNOW your granite from your granny? Your quartz from your elbow? Buying kitchen worksurfacing can feel like a minefield with so much to choose from. To help, WorktopEnvy will soon be hosting a brand new advice column by leading London interior designer Mhairi Coyle. She’ll help demystify the market – and inspire you with some hot kitchen tips and brilliant stone worktop looks. Coming soon!

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