Silestone Quartz is the leading manufacturer in today’s market
Silestone Quartz is a wonderful example of a company that started out small and grew to be one of the leading sellers in today’s industry. Their story is of three brothers, the Cosentino Group’s founders. Francisco, Eduardo and José Martínez-Cosentino Justo started Silestone in 1990 in Spain. Altogether, they have more than seventy years in the natural stone industry. This means that they really know how to make the best product for the right application, no matter how small or big the job is. What makes this company a great example is not just their experience, but their determination to create value with their products. Silestone leads the way in inspiring homes and businesses through quartz countertops.
In 1990 Silestone started with a limited range of six colors that were only available in Spain.
Today with over 65 colors available, Silestone offers a huge variety of design possibilities for your kitchen, bathroom and more. Whatever the project may be, you’ll find bright solid colors, neutral natural tones, and up to 5-dimensional color mixes. Along with color choices they also offer texture choices such as suede and volcano. Clearly this is a company that knows their product and has been included in the HGTV Dream Home since 2006.
Besides versatility and variety, environmental awareness plays a big part. Another important addition has been the “Silestone Eco Line.” The Eco product line consists of 11 colors manufactured with at least 50% recycled materials such as porcelain, glass and vitrified ash, among others. This line also contains an exclusive environmentally friendly, partially vegetable resin. How awesome is that? Finally, Silestone is the only brand that contains a unique bacteriostatic formula developed by Cosentino. Their formula is based on the use of silver ions to prevent the growth of bacteria. Basically what this means is that their quartz is sealed to prevent the already antibacterial surface from growing germs.
All this beauty, dependability and earth friendly Silestone quartz is available now. Below are four of the most popular Silestone colors: