In many people`s mind`s eye, Okite Grigio Bardiglio (Okite code 1932) is the typical `marble`. Mainly grey with black veining, this stone would compliment most kitchens as opposed to grabbing the spotlight. Best of all, it has the advantages of durability etc that man-made quartz surfaces boast over natural marble.
How much would a Okite Grigio Bardiglio kitchen cost?
- Worktops (including templating & fitting)
- Sink cut out and tap holes
- 1 set of 5 drainer grooves
- Hob cut out
- VAT at 20%
Okite is a high profile Italian quartz surface brand that is not shy in making statements in its design.
The Venati range from Okite was a world first in replicating marble in quartz surfaces. Stones such as Okite Bianco Carrara are strong replicas of the well known marble Bianco Carrara, though with significant advantages in terms of porosity, durability etc.
Rather than constantly bringing in new colours and then removing them just as quickly, Okite prefers stability in its range so that customers that may have had a stone such as Afyon a few years ago can still depend on its availability long into the future.