With 38 colours available in four different finishes, Neolith is perfect for every project.
Transforming imagination into functionality, Neolith is more than a breathtaking Sintered Stone. This surface is scratch-, stain- and heat-resistant, as well as being impervious to chemical cleaners and easy to clean – making it perfect for the kitchen!
With so many colour options to choose from, it might be hard to pinpoint the colour for your dream home. Recently, we chatted with CDK Stone’s director, David Onesti to discuss which Neolith styles are currently on-trend.
“Neolith has a colour for everyone and for every design. Whatever look you are going for in your home, Neolith has a colour and finish to suit you. Right now, there are three Neolith styles that are clearly dominating the Australian design community,” David says. “Neolith Estatuario is by far the most popular style in the range. With a bright backdrop and elegant marble veining, it is hard to go past the sense of luxury Neolith Estatuario adds to a home.”
Neolith Estatuario is characterised by its combination of thick and subtle marble veining. This contemporary twist on a classic oozes tranquillity and harmonises with light, dark and timber elements effortlessly.
“The industrial look is still a popular choice for many renovators. Neolith Beton takes the timeless look of concrete and turns it into a modern masterpiece. Beton adds character and maturity, as well as a tone base to your home,” David explains.
Besides the popular grey and white stones, there’s also a bold Neolith colour on the rise.
“Neolith Iron Corten is one style that has been popular for months. This colour draws inspiration from a rusted iron look. I have seen this style growing in popularity for use outdoors, especially as facades, feature walls and features around barbeque areas,” continues David.
But what if you don’t want the status quo? There is more to Neolith than the popular styles. With designs that draw inspiration from marbles, granites and other exotic stones, as well as timeless elements such as timber, concrete, metals and sand, Neolith has a style and finish for every look.
David goes on to explain some other trending colours and the hidden jewels in the range.
“Neolith’s newly released Blanco Carrara BC02 and Zaha Stone are also popular, especially with home renovators. These two Sintered Stones are elegant representations of white and grey marbles, rounding out the Neolith Classtone range.”
“There are some undiscovered gems in the Neolith range too. I personally love Neolith La Boheme’s representation of Labanese cedar and I have seen this stone used perfectly in creating a uniformed floor from the kitchen out to an alfresco.”
Whatever design you are after for your dream home, Neolith has a colour for you. This premium Sintered Stone is ideal for adding a sense of luxury to your next project.
For more information
Discover Neolith today and request a sample at www.cdkstone.com.au/neolith