Set in stone: a porcelain finish for a stunning kitchen design

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Set in stone: a porcelain finish for a stunning kitchen design
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With sleek matt black tapware, wooden cabinetry and a bold Costa Concreto splashback, this kitchen’s smooth porcelain finish makes for a simply stunning design

But what really sets this gorgeous kitchen design apart is its focal point – a timber breakfast bar connected to pale island bench in 12mm QuantumSix+ Super White porcelain, the perfect benchtop for the industrial aesthetic of the space. Its solid look not only captures the eye, but vividly complements the style of the space and draws down on the rich black seating arrangement. The splashback and back bench in Costa Concreto are perfect for creating the tying in the modern industrial look, with its rich grey tones.

Not only does the aesthetic of the Super White island tie together the overall appearance of the kitchen, it serves to effectively blend form and function with its extreme durability and low maintenance. Quantum Six+ porcelain not only has a classic profile, it’s also extremely durable while being thinner, lighter and easier to work with than natural stone. The range features all the beauty of natural marble in a stunning array of colour combinations and finishes, allowing homeowners to mix and match to suit their individual style. They are available in three distinct and inspiring styles; marble, stone and industrial.

All WK Marble & Granite’s QuantumSix+ surfaces are Italian-made and created sustainably. Plus, with a 10 year manufacturer’s warranty, you are guaranteed peace of mind when it comes to the renowned durability that porcelain provides.

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Project Details

BENCHTOP & SPLASHBACK: QuantumSix+ Costa Concreto
BUILDER: Thomas Archer Homes
STYLIST: Aimee Tarulli
STONEMASON: Pazzi Marble & Granite
PHOTOGRAPHER: James Geer
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