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Lusso Silestone

Silestone Lusso is an easy way to reflect the feeling of nature with the help of high-tech manufacturing. The surface is white in the background, but cream and gray tones accompany the white dominance. So, the stone looks off-white in the background. Moreover, the base colors are jazzed up with beautiful veins of various colors like charcoal, beige, and gold.

This aesthetically exquisite stone comes with the obvious advantages of silestone. In addition, Lusso is a highly durable and strong stone. Considering the easy maintenance and lifetime functionality, it stands as a good choice for many surfaces in your home.

    Silestone Lusso Specifications and Applications

    Silestone Lusso is an outstanding piece of silestone with great technical specifications. A marble-like look on the surface is even harder with bound quartz crystals. While about %90 percent of the stone is made up of natural quartz, the remaining portion involves some resins and pigments to make the stone harder and stronger. 

    Lusso Silestone is offered in 1.2 cm, 2 cm, and 3 cm thickness options like other silestone products. Though some other silestone products are offered in both polished and suede finishing, Lusso is only available in polished finishing. 

    What Are Some Inspiration Ideas With Silestone Lusso?

    Lusso is a good choice for different surfaces in and around your home. Here are some design ideas for this beautiful stone.

    Indoor Applications

    Outdoor Applications

    • Kitchen countertop
    • Kitchen backsplash
    • Bathroom vanity top
    • Bathroom sink
    • Outdoor kitchen worktop
    • BBQ top

    Why Should You Choose Silestone Lusso?

    Silestone Lusso quartz is a good option for those seeking a white surface material with fine natural-looking veins. The stone is highly versatile, thanks to the various colors distributed on the creamy white surface. For example, white and many wood-colored cabinets perfectly match this stone. Also, gold, silver, or bronze fixtures make a good accent with this lovely stone.
    Aside from the aesthetic beauty, Lusso offers homeowners notable durability and easy maintenance. So, you will never regret buying this stone.

    How to Take Care of Silestone Lusso?

    The maintenance of Lusso Silestone quartz is highly practical. Just a few drops of water and a piece of soft fabric are enough for the majority of the daily spills and stains. In addition, since the surface is already protected against microbials and scratches, you will not have to give periodical care, or you will not need to reseal the surface yearly or whatsoever.

    Silestone Lusso Price

    Like other engineered stones, the manufacturing of silestone involves natural products like ground quartz crystals. In addition, the natural material undergoes certain processes to make a silestone slab. The price of silestone is, therefore, a bit higher than other natural stones. However, the Silestone Lusso quartz price is still in mid-range compared to other silestone products.

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    Lusso Price FAQ

    How Much Does Silestone Lusso Cost?

    Silestone slabs are offered under six price groups, and Lusso is a group 4 stone, which means a mid-range price.

    What Color Is Lusso?

    The base color is creamy white and beige. There are short and fine veins of charcoal and gold colors.

    Is Silestone Quartz Good Quality?

    Yes. Many people across the world are using silestone instead of natural stones.

    Does Silestone Cost More Than Granite?

    It depends. Some granite types are so rare, and thus they are very expensive. Except for such rare granite stones, silestone is more expensive than most granite stones.
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