The Kitchen and Bath International Show 2017 that wrapped up in Orlando last week was a wonderland of ideas for builders, designers and renovators. Last time I showed off some of the coolest accoutrements for the bathroom. Now it’s time to see the trouble you can get into in the kitchen.
In King and I fashion, first up is the new Geoluxe countertop offering from the Siam Cement Company (yes, really, really from Thailand). One of the things I don’t like about manufactured quartz counters is their fake look when compared to stone. I think of quartz like Corian 2.0 (ouch!). Enter Geoluxe. Crafted with a new process the firm creates what they call Pyrolithic Stone that gives the true appearance of natural stone but with the added durability of a man-made product. It’s their patented GeoMimicry process that creates the natural stone-like veining.