Silestone Lagoon quartz
Silestone Lagoon is quartz stone made in Spain by Cosentino
Stone name: Silestone Lagoon
Main colour: White
Average slab size: 3040×1380. Also available in Jumbo Size measuring 3250x1570mm
Tiles: Available. Please ask for lead times
Classification: Engineered quartz/technical quartz
Composition: 85-95% quartz and minerals, 5%-15% pigments and additives
Bending strength: 29-70 MPa
Compression strength: 112-248 MPa
History: Silestone colors total over 60 in the Uk and Lagoon is a new colour from Silestone’s Nebula collection launched in 2013.
Silestone is a brand name of the Cosentino Group, a Spanish multinational corporation with over 25 years experience within the sector.
Cosentino is a family-owned business and the biggest quartz manufacturer in the world with a distribution base in over 50 countries.
Image of Silestone Lagoon Kitchen worktops. (Image@Silestone.com)
Silestone Lagoon is a natural quartz surface for interior applications with a special treatment offering different finishes and sheet sizes as well as quartz tiles to match tops.
Silestone Lagoon tiles are available in the following sizes (subject to availability):
- Silestone Lagoon tiles 300x300mm
- Silestone Lagoon tiles 400x400mm
- Silestone Lagoon tiles 600x300mm
- Silestone Lagoon tiles 600x400mm
- Silestone Lagoon tiles 600x600mm
The above shower tray in Silestone Lagoon shows product looks in a bathroom. Image@Cosentinonews
Although technical quartz isn’t a new product it continues to add fans due to its versatility (design, colours and finishes) and low maintenance.
Silestone Lagoon comes in Suede (matt with texture) and Volcano (bush hammered) finishes.
Suede is a slightly textured matt finished version of Silestone Lagoon which increases anti-slip resistance of the material
Silestone Lagonon Suede offers a soft touch and an exotic feel which normally compliments the look of industrial designs for both residential and commercial applications.
Image of Silestone Lagoon suede finish surface by Silestone
Both Silestone Suede and Silestone Suede or Volcano finishes require more care and attention than a Silestone polished finish due to the fact that dirt and grease are easier to get in between its textured pattern.
For the end user it means being more thorough when cleaning on a daily basis. This makes it generally more suitable to professionals rather than families.
Silestone Lagoon offers stronger shades of greys and vein than its counterpart “Lyra”.
Silestone Lagoon worktops by Kitchen Cove Cabinetry (photo by James R Salomom)
Silestone manufactures built in sinks to match ay of their worktops. Please ask our team about Silestone Lagoon integrity sinks availability and prices
Lagoon quartz compliments classic environments as shown above by Brooke Wagner Design
Quartz tends to be more expensive than some granites and marbles for flooring applications but represents value for money in the long term as it doesn’t need the resealing or re-polishing required by natural stones
Silestone Lagoon island by Eric Austen provides opulent looks to any kitchen
Silestone Lagoon looks great with classic edges as seen on The Kitchen Place
Another popular application for this material is on vanity tops as the one below by Involving Colour and Home
Silestone Lyra is a great finishing material for classic and modern enviroments.
Please contact us on 0203 0788912 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive samples or assistance with this material