SapienStone has introduced Fior di Bosco; the company’s latest design for kitchen worktops inspired by popular Italian grey marble.
Simple yet elegant, Fior di Bosco features a grey background lightened by subtle white veining and a cloudy effect which softens the transition from one gradation to another.
SapienStone’s aesthetic and technological research, supported by Iris Ceramica Group expertise, has created a worktop suitable for any type of kitchen due to its understated look, but which also gives the space a sophisticated ambiance.
The collection’s two finishes are designed for different styles of kitchen: Silky, with its velvety finish accentuates the subtlety of the worktop, while glossy, reflective Polished gives the color greater depth.
In addition to a beautiful appearance, SapienStone has succeeded in ensuring their kitchen worktops have a range of properties: hygienic, non-absorbent, resistant to high temperatures, impact, scratches, abrasion, acids and corrosives, easy to install and easy to maintain. All of which offers incredible benefits and improves the kitchen's performance.
SapienStone Fior di Bosco 3,200 by 1,500mm large format porcelain slabs are a mere 12mm thick which helps to create a visually light worktop and kitchen ambiance.
More at: www.sapienstone.com
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