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Lyra Silestone

Lyra Silestone is a beautiful stone for those looking for marble’s appearance but quartz’s strength. Silestone is offering what they have been seeking. With an excellent off-white background color, the surface becomes highly versatile; and the gray veins on the white background make an energetic statement.

Like other Silestone products, Lyra integrates outstanding beauty with an incredibly durable material. The surface is hard and resistant to damage like scratches and heat. Therefore, the stone provides you with easy maintenance and high quality.

    Lyra Silestone Specifications and Applications

    Lyra stone is a great combination of nature and technology. Natural quartz crystals are bound together using special resin and pigments to make one of the hardest surfaces in the world. Moreover, the surface is strengthened by putting in additives that function as an antimicrobial shield. 

    The product is offered in 1.2 cm, 2 cm, and 3 cm thickness options. As for finishing, you can find Lyra Silestone in polished and suede finishes. You can pick the suitable size and finishing option depending on where you would like to use this stone.

    What Are Some Inspiration Ideas With Silestone Lyra?

    Engineered stones like Lyra Silestone are highly versatile, giving excellent design opportunities for homeowners

    Indoor Applications

    Outdoor Applications

    • Kitchen countertop
    • Kitchen backsplash
    • Industrial worktops
    • Bathroom vanity tops
    • Outdoor kitchen worktop
    • BBQ top

    Why Should You Choose Silestone Lyra?

    Lyra Silestone is a mesmerizing stone with off-white base color and a chromatic feeling created by veins and shades of colors like gray, brown, and beige. It is one of the best silestone products to give you a natural marble feeling. Also, thanks to its colors and texture options, it offers you a wide range of application areas. Therefore, you can consider this gorgeous stone in various design projects. 

    The strength and durability of Lyra Silestone are its other advantages. You can use Lyra Silestone for many years without worrying about small scratches or chips. In addition, cleaning is easy, and you don’t need to seal it. These practical issues make Lyra a perfect alternative.

    How to Take Care of Silestone Lyra?

    One of the best things about silestone Lyra is easy maintenance and cleaning. Since the surface is non-porous, daily spills or stains cannot penetrate under the surface. Thus, just a little water and a piece of soft fabric will be enough to wipe off your countertop. Also, you will need no periodical resealing as the protective layer is already built into the silestone surface. However, remember that hard chemicals, even for cleaning purposes, can deteriorate the stone surface. Therefore, you are advised to avoid such abrasive products.

    Lyra Silestone Price

    Typically, Silestone products are a bit more expensive than most other natural or engineered stones. Lyra, in particular, is a mid-range priced silestone compared to other silestone products. However, since it is a surface material that you can use for a lifetime, you can regard it as an investment rather than a waste of money.

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    Lyra Silestone FAQ

    What Color Is Silestone Lyra?

    The base color is off-white, yet you can see beige, gray, and brown details of veins on the white surface.

    Is Silestone Quartz Good Quality?

    Yes. Many people from all over the world use silestone for its high quality.

    Does Silestone Cost More Than Granite?

    Granite slabs that are rare and exotic are usually more expensive than silestones. Except for that, silestone products are normally more expensive than average granite.
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