We work with a number of fine manufacturers of quartz surfaces. In this blog, we would like to introduce you to the Vicostone Exotic Series.
Vicostone Exotic Series
The Vicostone Exotic Series is inspired by natural marbles and consists of 22 styles that range from black and black with white veining, to white with black veining. There is also a blue variety. We will show all of them below.
Forza was first shown at the 2011 Marmomacc International Exhibition Of Stone Design & Technology in Verona, Italy. We believe that Forza was the first engineered stone to accurately capture Calacatta marble’s natural beauty. This product features strong veins that remind us of the streams of magma that occur in natural Calacatta marble.
Luna Plena has a swirling vein that reminds us of clouds blowing across the sky. The randomness of the veins has a calming affect and matches well with Modern or Contemporary kitchen and bathroom designs.
Cemento’s white lightning bolt veins pop-out against its dark gray background. This product’s appearance is dramatic, but in a muted sort of way. In the photo above you can see how the matching grain on the island’s waterfall edge ties in nicely with the backsplash.
Azur De Mar
Azur de Mar’s dark veins contrast subtly with its ocean-blue granite-look background. We really like the way this galley-style kitchen flows nicely into the living room. The island could also be used as a work area in this studio apartment.
You can tell that this designer really likes Thunder Grey. Just about everything in this room is made from it: the couch frame, chairs, ottoman, fireplace hearth and fireplace surround.
If you would like us to show you these, and many more options from the Vicostone Exotic Series, give us a call.