7 Renovation Projects, One Common Material


by Neolith | Architectural Digest


How Sintered Stone Works Within All Different Aesthetics

Sintered stone has endless applications for kitchens, baths, living areas, and exterior facades. It has the refinement and grace of natural surfacing materials, but equipped with a more durable composition. Get inspired and see how people around the world are using this versatile material.


Neolith’s marble-inspired Calacatta from the Classtone Collection

Contemporary Style in Jupiter, Florida

The client wanted a contemporary vibe for this Florida residence, so Island Times Renovation updated the island, countertop, and backsplash with a modern-looking sintered stone. Not only was this material aesthetically perfect, it was ideal from a functional perspective, as it is heat- and stain-resistant. Sleek metal-based barstools, statement pendants, and a monochromatic palette completed the look.


Stone cabinets from Neolith’s Fusion Collection

Dark-color Cabinets Prevail in Australia

It was important to John Bornas of Workroom to use color, outside of the popular white hue seen in many kitchens today, as a design element when he was envisioning this kitchen in Australia. The deep, rich brown-grey color combination of the sintered stone cabinets makes a dramatic statement, one that is punctuated by black finishes as seen in the pendants, oversized art, and tea kettle.


Calacatta countertops by Neolith

Mix of Styles in Slate Springs, Mississippi

This large bath mixes styles, with drawer pulls that are contemporary and sconces that are more transitional. The use of the same material, sintered stone, on the oversized vanities’ marble-style countertops and the shower walls bring the two styles together. The bath was envisioned by Bianchini Design, with fabrication by Colisseum Marble.


Estatuario from Neolith’s Classtone Collection

Common Theme for the Entire Space in Miami

For this Miami bath, designer Mariela Uzan covered almost the entire space in sintered stone. You might expect to see this material on the shower walls and vanity countertop, but Uzan took it a step further by utilizing it on the floor and shelving. This was a particularly good idea for the bath, where natural materials like marble can pose a challenge in applications under running water. Sintered stone has a near-zero porosity, which makes it more hygienic, stain resistant, and easier to clean than other materials traditionally used in the bath.


Pietra di Piombo from Neolith’s Fusion Collection

Going Midcentury Modern in Madrid

This living room in Spain has a midcentury modern feel, classically identified by the silhouettes of the coffee tables, sofa, and armchair. The sintered stone flooring is the perfect fit here. Not only because it matches nicely with the design aesthetic but because sintered stone is wear- and scratch-resistant. Homm, the designer on this project, chose this material as a classic finishing touch to bring the room together.


Iron Corten from Neolith’s Iron Collection

Entertaining in Sao Paulo, Brazil

It is hard to tell if this entertaining area is inside or outside due to its well thought-out design. For this highly functional and stylish outdoor area, Laura Bela and Henrique Freneda went with a sintered stone for its durability, versatility, and beauty, and incorporated into the countertop, backsplash, and wood-burning oven.


SKYLINE facade system in Arctic White from Neolith’s Colorfeel Collection

A Floating Home in Seattle With a Stylish Exterior

The thin, lightweight nature of sintered stone makes it an ideal material for exterior facades. The durable material withstands low temperatures and is water- and UV-resistant as well as easy to clean. It was the perfect fit for this “floating home” in Seattle by Touchstone Builders, Inc. due to the city’s climate, which is notably rainy and cold.

ABOUT NEOLITH

Neolith, manufactured by TheSize Surfaces, has created a brand of all-natural premium sintered stone that features 56 different designs with a variety of finishes, allowing it to blend into any style residential or commercial project—from contemporary to transitional.


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