- By: Gou Siang
- Tags: Consentino, countertop, crazy rich, crazy rich asians, dekton, famous, kitchen, kitchen designs, kitchen top, krystallite, Kryston, kryston countertop, modern, rich, ultra
- Category: Recommended, blog, Home Improvement, Home Renovation, Kitchen Cabinets
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Ever dreamed of renovating your lovely home like Goh Peik Lin’s luxurious home or Nick’s grandmother’s mansion in Crazy Rich Asians? We know those affluent buildings must have badly intimidated you. Well, who isn’t?
Have you ever wondered exactly what sort of materials it takes to construct such lavish buildings from scratch, then? Don’t worry if you think you don’t possess that qualification to think about it. Everyone can dream, no? Who knows you are the next Crazy Rich Asian in the future?!
Therefore, we are about to reveal the answer that gets you there in this blog! From our investigation, the rich and famous tends to have a strong liking for this wonderful modern countertop when renovating the kitchen – the heart of the home – Dekton!
Manufactured by Consentino, Dekton is an ultracompact surface that consists of a complex blend of the raw materials used to produce the highest quality porcelain and quartz work surface.
Dekton’s manufacturing process allows for systematic control of pigmentation and decoration of the material. As such, this gives better color consistency and results in a long-lasting product that will not fade over time.
Dekton is very consistent in both dimension and thickness throughout the slab which keeps the need for field corrections to a minimum and allows for easy installation. Thanks to its size and lightness, there are endless possibilities for new designs in kitchens and bathrooms.
Everything About Dekton Is Extraordinary
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