Spruce up Old Kitchen with Grey Neolith Worktops
MKW Surfaces offer quality Neolith kitchen worktops that many homeowners adore because of its quality features and durability. Homeowners can pick this worktop material to add a refined, sleek, long-lasting and classic touch to cooking space.
Neolith porcelain worktops are available in a wide range of colours at MKW Surfaces. But if clients must choose only one long-lasting and enduring hue to spruce up their kitchen, what it would be? Well, we would suggest going for grey. This is because grey is a neutral and cool colour, which adds a sleek, classic and refined finish to any kitchen. In addition, it’s suitable for those who want to add a neutral tone to their kitchen.
Our extensive range of Neolith countertops is available in various colour variations of Grey. Many quartz brands provide various colour variations of grey. From subtle grey to dark Neolith Iron Grey, there are many greyish forms to embellish any classic, industrial, contemporary or vintage theme. This makes our grey Neolith one of the popular colours that many homeowners prefer for their kitchen worktops.
Just like any other hue, our grey Neolith porcelain countertop is also a result of sintered technology. This manufacturing process requires 100% raw materials for baking slabs at over 1,200 °C. After undergoing high temperature and pressure conditions, Neolith worktops attain its durability to last for several years.
For adding a minimalist touch to a kitchen, homeowners can install grey and white kitchen worktop. This is one of the neutral shades to convert any dull cooking space into a lively atmosphere but without going over-the-top.
Resistant to Heat, Stains and Scratches
Neolith porcelain worktops are formed at extremely high pressure and temperature. Therefore, Neolith Sintered stone surfaces can bear the impact of hot pots without any signs of damage. This surface is even resistant to scratches and stains, unlike many natural stones. Another good thing about grey worktop is that marks (if any) are not visible on its surface, as it’s not extremely white or black.
Resistant to Ultraviolet Light
Neolith worktops are resistant to UV rays; thus people can install them onto their outdoor kitchen countertops without worrying about fading its colour from sunlight.
Various Greyish Patterns
We provide the finest quality Neolith porcelain in various greyish patterns. However, here are some of the most popular designs by MKW Surfaces:
Neolith Iron Grey
Neolith Iron Grey boasts a subtle dark grey backdrop and metallic, chromatic touch to evoke industrial appeal. Its rust and industrial appearance are likely to add unique personality to any modern kitchen. This kitchen worktop is available in 3mm, 6mm and 12mm thicknesses.
Neolith Mar del Plata:
This grey Neolith provides a striking pattern with explosive silver veins, scattering all over its dark grey riverbed surface. This worktop design is inspired by Brazilian Dark Pearl granite and brings improved performance to any kitchen space. If anyone chooses it in the exquisite Slate finish, this worktop will bring natural granite-like appeal and texture to urban cooking space. Besides the spread outlines and veining, the grey surface also boasts random flecks that remind one of the flowing water streams or rivers.
Neolith Zaha Stone
This kitchen countertop boasts mid-grey background and white veins all over its surface. It is inspired by the beauty and appearance of the striking Persian Zaha stone. Named after the world-renowned architect, Zaha Hadid, who passed away in 2016, Neolith Zaha is an architectural wonder itself. Its grey tone is enhanced to another level with white veins that are etched onto its delightful greyish Silk finish.