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The refined elegance of grey marble from SapienStone

November 2019

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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