Silestone Colors



Certified Silestone Distributor


Absolute Green


Amarillo Palmira
Amarillo Sand

Beige Olimpo

Black Anubis

Blanco Maple

Blue Cielo

Blue Safita

Blue Sahara

Brazilian Brown  
Brick Marte

Capri Limestone

Cobalt Blue

Coffee Brown

Coral Troya

Diana Pearl

Ebony Pearl

Golden Gea
Green River

Grey Expo

Ivory Coast


Kona Beige


Minerva Cream

Mont Blanc

Orange Fuego

Patricia Bay


Red Eros

Rosa Grey

Silver Nube

Stellar Fire

Stellar Marine

Stellar Meadow

Stellar Night

Stellar Rose 

Stellar Sky

Stellar Snow

Stellar Sun

Tea Leaf

Tebas Black

Verde Agua

Verde Medea

Verde Orion

White Dune

White North







Silestone is the world's leading quartz surface manufacturer, combining strength and beauty to create a superior choice for nearly any surface in your office.

Ideal for countertops, bathroom vanity tops, shower wall cladding, flooring, table tops, and much more, Silestone offers a unique mix of strength and elegance with no maintenance required.

Silestone offers benefits that outperform other surfaces, such as scratch and scorch resistance that can't be matched by plastic or solid surfaces, and resistance to stains that can't be matched by even sealed granite or marble. And with over 48 colors available in the U.S., and virtually unlimited edge designs to choose from, Silestone offers something for everyone to love.


Natural Beauty

Silestone has the sophisticated elegance and timeless beauty of stone. The natural quartz in Silestone delivers a distinctive depth, brilliant clarity, glimmering radiance and cool, solid feel unique to natural stones.


Silestone can be used in virtually any indoor surfacing application, including kitchen countertops, bathroom vanities, tub and shower surrounds, backsplashes, floors, walls, tabletops, desktops and more.


Only three other natural minerals — diamond, sapphire and topaz – are harder than quartz, making Silestone naturally scratch-resistant. Quartz is a seven in strength on Mohs Hardness Scale (diamond is a 10). So, while a careless slip of the knife will scratch most other countertops such as laminates and some granites, it won’t leave a mark on Silestone. Silestone is not scratch-proof, however, and can therefore be damaged with excessive force or pressure.

Heat- And Scorch-Resistance

Unlike solid surfaces and laminates, Silestone is heat- and scorch-resistant. It will withstand limited exposure to heat without burning or scorching.


Silestone has four times the flexural strength of granite, making it less susceptible to chipping and cracking than granite during transportation and installation.


Because it is non-porous, Silestone’s polished surface doesn’t need to be sealed. Granite, marble and limestone, on the other hand, must be sealed on installation and resealed regularly to prevent staining. Cleaning Silestone is easy with soapy water or a mild household cleaner such as Formula 409®, Fantastik® or Windex®. No surface is indestructible, though. As with any other stone or surface, strong chemicals and solvents such as Drano®, Liquid Plummer®, oven cleaners and floor strippers will damage the surface and must not be used on Silestone.


Silestone is available in over 48 dazzling colors, ensuring that there is a Silestone color to suit most any style or taste. Cosentino continues to grow its Silestone color palette every year. Because Silestone natural quartz delivers more color consistency than any other natural stone, homeowners can be confident when using samples to choose their Silestone countertop color.



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