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    Silestone quartz surfaces star in The Block kitchen reveals

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    Silestone by Cosentino was a major winner in the recent kitchen reveals on The Block.

    Employing organic colours and textured surfaces, the contestants impressed the judges with their innovative and contemporary kitchen designs. This year’s renovations saw contestants move away from clean, neutral spaces often seen in modern homes, to using natural hues and surfaces, adding depth and interest to the kitchens.

    Quartz surface specialists, Cosentino helped the contestant couples create modern, functional kitchens that not only reflected their personal styles but also addressed the premium environment of The Block's South Yarra location.

    The winners of this week’s renovation challenge, Ayden and Jess designed their kitchen as a modern take on traditional kitchen style. Ayden and Jess chose the neutral, veined tones of Silestone Lyra for the benchtop, providing a clean, natural look to their classically-styled kitchen.

    According to Gary Isherwood, Area Manager for Cosentino Australia, this year’s renovations highlighted the popularity of natural, organic colours and materials in creating modern designs and impressive spaces. Cosentino has observed a growing trend of using contrasting materials such as wood and marbled surfaces to create rooms with depth and added interest, in a number of kitchen renovations on The Block: Triple Threat.

    He added that all the kitchen designs combine style and function, enabling future apartment owners to enjoy these spaces for many years to come.

    The Block kitchens

    Apartment 1

    Darren and Deanne chose to combine white and timber cabinetry, seamlessly blended with the charcoal tone of Silestone Cemento Spa in Suede finish, adding a matt, textured ultra glam look to their kitchen. The floating island in Silestone Pulsar completes the modern, glamorous space, where the marbled grey and honey hues contrast perfectly with the traditional white and timber.

    Apartment 2

    Tim and Anastasia combined dual-toned cabinetry and soft, modern styling to create a balanced, monochrome kitchen. The soft grey of Silestone Lagoon blends seamlessly with the dual-toned cabinetry and light, open space, producing a modern kitchen where elegance meets neutral hues.

    Apartment 3

    Josh and Charlotte designed a minimalist kitchen that combined class and style. The subtle marbling of Silestone Lagoon combined with the bold grey veining of the Silestone Helix island, blend perfectly to create a timeless, stylish kitchen.

    Apartment 4

    Ayden and Jess chose the neutral, veined tones of Silestone Lyra for the benchtop, providing a clean, natural look to their classically-styled kitchen. The marbling of Silestone Lyra against the organic wood walls adds interest and depth to the space in the traditional kitchen.

    Cosentino’s innovative range of stone, quartz and recycled surfaces is available in a broad choice of stylish colour tones and modern finishes. Their high resistance to stains, knocks and scratches makes Cosentino’s surfaces the perfect choice for living spaces such as the kitchen.

    Silestone by Cosentino consists of more than 90% natural quartz, but has the weight and feel of natural stone. Available in more than 60 colours, Silestone by Cosentino is the stylish and durable surface choice for any renovation. Exclusive bacteriostatic technology provides extra hygiene protection, making it one of the most suitable surfaces on the market for kitchens.

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