Let’s Go Outside with Neolith®
As the weather gets warmer and the days longer, thoughts turn to spending more time outside, catching some rays and making the most of your outdoor area, whether it’s an extensive garden, a rooftop terrace or a boutique balcony.
Certainly, the current situation and various travel restrictions have encouraged us to spend more time in our homes, re-appreciating and re-appraising what we have on our back doorstep.
So, as temperatures start to soar and summer approaches, Neolith®, the pioneering brand of Sintered Stone, offers its sizzling summer style trends which will help you make the most of your outdoor space.
Beach Bar Ready
There are plenty of ways in which you can recreate your favorite setting to evoke a coastal resort, whether it’s the exoticism of a Tiki bar with a Iron Grey counter, or the achingly cool vibes of Café Del Mar.
Making a Splash
Where once monotone colors or glazed mosaic tiles were the go-to schemes, we have noticed homeowners become more adventurous. Particularly, they are taking advantage of surfaces in the Neolith® Classtone range, which look identical to traditionally porous materials such as Italian Marble, Limestone and Sandstone.
Gleaming the Cube
Firepits are a popular option, immediately enticing people to congregate and socialize. However, these features are cumbersome, and often require a fixed location and constant attention and maintenance, especially during winter. However, there are a number of options launching onto the market, which allow you to have the same experience with less hassle.
Further, its chic, sculptural design characterized by clean lines, mean it will look fabulous in any setting, regardless of the overall theme.
Form and Function
Not only does Neolith’s extensive range of colors mean that any stylistic requirement can be met, the material’s inherent performance properties mean that furniture clad in the Neolith can be kept outside all year round. When ready to use, it’s as simple as lightly wiping the surface down with a soapy cloth!