Silestone

Silestone quartz is one of the hardest minerals known to man. It has the look and feel of granite, but it’s stronger and more durable. Silestone is a versatile countertop surface material, popular in kitchens and bathrooms across the country.

Silestone Fast Facts:

  • Nonporous
  • 4x stronger than granite
  • Stain-resistant & scorch-resistant
  • Always use a trivet & cutting board to maintain your silestone surface
  • 65+ color options 

Silestone Colors + Show

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White Zeus Extreme
White Diamond
White North
Creamstone
Mont Blanc
White Storm
Blanco Maple
Polar Cap
Stellar Snow
White Platinum
Arctic
Blanco Orion
Lyra
Lagoon
Helix
Bianco River
Pulsar
Yukon Blanco
Haiku
Daria
Vortium
Capri Limestone
Luna
Seleno
Tigris Sand
Blanco City
Phoenix
Bamboo
Minerva Cream
Urban Cream
Lena
Toffee
Quasar
Halley
Alpina White
Kalahari
Forest Snow
Kong Beige
Amarillo Palmira
Red Pine
Tea Leaf
Blue Sahara
Mediterranean
Pacific
Sienna Ridge
Zirix
Giallo Quarry
Kimbler
Zynite
Giallo Nova
Sierra Madre
Mountain Mist
Black Canyon
Brazilian Brown
Siridium
Noka
Unsui
Gedatsu
Grey Amazon
Riverbed
Absolute Green
Coffee Brown
Calypso
Altair
Merope
Dries
Kensho
Ariel
Niebla
Silver Nube
Cygnus
Rosa Grey
Grey Expo
Cemento
Marengo
Istmo
Tritium
Nuit Bleue
Steel
Chrome
Carbono
Zirconium
Terra
Ebony Pearl
Arden Blue
Doradus
Black Anubis
Tebas Black
Tao
Starlight
Stellar Marine
Magenta Energy
Red Eros
Eros Stellar
Rosso Monza
Orange Cool
Golden Gea
Green Fun

Silestone Edges + Show

Bullnose Edge
Dupont Edge
Demi Bullnose
Half Bevel Edge
Incline Edge
Ogee Edge
Quarter Bevel Edge
Quarter Round Edge
Roman Ogee Edge
Sharks Mouth Edge
Triple Pencil Edge