Guide to Decorate Your Space With Neolith Calacatta Gold

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If you’re looking for a countertop surface with marble-like elegance but without marble’s flaws, the neolith worktop is a good option. Neolith worktops are available in various colours and marble-like effects, ensuring you get the natural sophistication of marble, along with durable and sturdy worktop surface.

In the world of marble, you may find many variants – some are grey, and others are a bit creamy or granular. Calacatta marble is undoubtedly one of the most favourite marble varieties of people around the world.

Even today, many people admire the beauty of the age-old natural marble stone. However, they wish this natural stone came with a sturdy and non-porous surface.

If you love the elegance of marble but don’t have enough time to clean its surface, we would recommend you to choose Neolith Calacatta worktop for your kitchen counter.

What is Neolith Calacatta?

Neolith worktops come in classic marble-like design with distinctive veins on a light grey backdrop, creating a dramatic appeal that can uplift any interior. If you wish to add a luxury touch to your interior, we would suggest you pick Neolith Calacatta Gold that boasts ivory background with gold and grey veins scattered all over the surface.

It combines classicism and subtle appeal of marble using Neolith Digital Design (NDD) technology.

This sintered compact worktop surface comes in 6mm thickness. For better functionality in cooking areas, Neolith provides jumbo 3,200mm by 1,500mm sheets in around 12mm thickness. The thin worktop surfaces are easy to install in all possible spaces like countertops, cabinets, floors, walls, etc.

Neolith Calacatta is also available in different finishes: Polished, Silk, Textured, Satin and Matte. It means you can blend it in any kitchen interior – be it modern, classic, Bohemian or industrial.

Why choose Neolith Calacatta Gold?

People choose Neolith Calacatta Gold over other worktop surfaces because of its interpretation of natural marble and added durability. Since Neolith worktops surface can withstand regular staining, traffic or etching, it’s a great substitute to marble that’s vulnerable to stains and scratches.

Technical Information

These Neolith surfaces are formed as the result of years of dedication and innovation. Among the most critical features, the high-end Sintering Technology (that subjects 100% natural materials under extremely high pressures and temperatures) leads to the creation of its extraordinary physical and mechanical features.

With advanced technologies, and under high temperature and pressure conditions, Neolith worktop surfaces are manufactured to offer you the most elegant and durable material for modern spaces.

Neolith surfaces are created from three categories of elements: minerals from quartz/granite/feldspar to offer products with ultimate strength and hardness; minerals from silica and glass to provide chemical stability; as well as natural oxides to provide chromatic properties.

All of Neolith worktops combine authentic natural raw materials with the latest technology to create high-tech and durable slabs that are resistant to stains, scratching, moisture, extreme temperature changes, chemicals, high-traffic and UV rays.

It further comes in two distinct finishes, high gloss polish and silk finish. For Neolith Calacatta Gold, the Silk finish is ideal for adding a slightly reflective and subtle glow to any interior.

Applications of Neolith Calacatta Gold

  • Residential Kitchen Countertop and Backsplash

Neolith fuses durability with the beauty of natural stones, making these surfaces ideal for multiple purposes in a home, both indoors and outdoors. It can be used for various purposes like countertops, backsplashes, cabinets, wall cladding, flooring, etc.

Neolith is also a lightweight material, weighing just 3.5 lbs/square feet with 6mm thickness and 7 lbs/square feet with 12mm width. It makes it easier to transport to any location.

  • Commercial Reception Counters

Neolith Calacatta Gold also comes in slab and tile formats; each piece further varies in thickness while making every surface suitable for any application.

The 3600mm x 1200mm slab format is available in the thinnest (3mm) option. It is ideal for vertical applications like showers surrounds, wall cladding or backsplashes.

Another slab option is the 3200mm x 1500mm with 6mm thickness. It is perfect for flooring, as it won’t add extra weight to the property. The last size is the 3200mm x 1600mm slabs, which come in 12mm or 20mm thicknesses and are suitable for reception tabletops, countertops, bar tops or any other horizontal applications.

The tile options are available in sizes 1500mm x 1500mm, as well as 750mm x 750mm. Even rectangles tiles come in size 1500mm x 750 mm. These can also be used for large commercial applications like wall cladding and flooring to make the most of its marble-like appearance in any interior.

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