Kitchens are the heart of every home – a living as well as a social space for families and friends to gather and spend time together. Therefore, the kitchen area is often the main priority for many home owners when upgrading their property.
When refurbishing a kitchen, the easiest and cost-effecting way to enhance it is by updating your worktop. While functionality and durability are key, customers do not want to compromise on style either. Companies such as TheSize provide interior designers with a durable and hardwearing surface material in a range of stunning decors that mirror natural materials and offer the latest on-trend designs in terms of colours and finishes.
Neolith by The Size is a unique and cutting-edge new material category of sintered compact surfaces that provides an innovative solution to the most demanding requirements of kitchen applications such as worktops, splashbacks, upstands, sinks, flooring, wall cladding and furniture. Moreover, Neolith’s Digital Design (NDD) decoration technique has revolutionised the possibilities of colour and texture prints on sintered surfaces and offering customers a cost-effective alternative to natural stones, coppers, concrete or woods.
Neolith is an ideal material for the kitchen; 100% natural, it has near-zero porosity, preventing the absorption of liquids and making the product hygienic, stain resistant, easy to clean and impervious to chemicals. The product is lightweight and easy to install and is also resistant to heat, scratches, abrasion, and wear and tear, making Neolith suitable for any interior surfaces.
Furthermore, Neolith slab’s sizes – 3.20m x 1.50m and 3.60m x 1.20m – allows for a wall to wall or floor to ceiling applications, minimizing the number of joints, creating a seamless surface that further enhances the hygienic properties of the surfaces. It also helps to create other stunning design features such as large kitchen islands.
The range has recently been expanded from 34 to 45 different decors across its various collections, and also includes new sizes and thicknesses that will further expand the application possibilities, as well as reduced waste.
For more information on Neolith, please visit www.neolith.com