Stefanie Helen of The Pink Macaron recently dedicated an article on her blog to the marble-effect trend in the kitchen, in which she discussed the SapienStone Calacatta Light surface she chose for her new kitchen.
Initially oriented toward a marble countertop, Stefanie changed her mind when she encountered SapienStone and realised how much more practical and resistant high-tech ceramic would be.
In addition to technical benefits like resistance to temperature excursions and blows, it was the aesthetic performance of SapienStone surfaces that conquered her. She used them in her island kitchen, on the walls, and for the top of her dining table too, because SapienStone slabs can also be used to make furnishings!
Find out more in her post on the topic, in which Stefanie explains how she combined marble-effect porcelain surfaces with other materials and elements.