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Dekton goes back to black with new launches

19 December 2018
New Dekton Bromo by Cosentino

The new Dekton Bromo, one of two new designs in the ultre-compact surfaces.

Cosentino introduces two new dark matte Dekton ultra-compact surfaces, suitable for worktops, flooring, wall cladding and external facades.

They are called Bromo, which joins the 'Natural' collection, and Milar, which is added to the 'Industrial' colours. 

Cosentino describes the new Dekton designs as having "a soothing elegance and intricate detail, perfect for a range of internal and external design projects".  They would suit both modern and traditional spaces.

They will complement many design schemes, adding personality to a space. They have a vintage, rustic feel that can be combined with any number of contemporary elements for a unique look. 

Dekton is hardwearing with a high resistance to heat, scratches, staining and UV rays. Suitable for use both indoors and out, the surfaces are available in thicknesses of 8, 12 and 20mm in large format slabs up to 3.2m x 1.44m, giving a multitude of creative possibilities.

Bromo has been inspired by metamorphic rocks, such as slate. Subtle, faded veining and a tactile finish define this latest design to join the 'Natural' collection. In Milar, grey and brown hues come together in a surface inspired by oxidised and faded urban materials to fit appropriately into the 'Industrial' collection, bringing the number of options in this on-trend series to nine. 


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