Typical of the River series by Silestone, Bianco Rivers (also referred to by Silestone as Blanco River and Bianco River) has a lightly mottled black pattern against a white base colour. Whilst there is not a 1 vein-like pattern to this quartz stone, it is certainly more marble-like than others in the Silestone range, though more practical around water as it is a quartz composite and thus less porous.Full Silestone range available.
How much would a Silestone Bianco Rivers kitchen cost?
- Worktops (including templating & fitting)
- Sink cut out and tap holes
- 1 set of 5 drainer grooves
- Hob cut out
- VAT at 20%
Silestone® worktops are the best known quartz surfaces in the world. The slabs are produced in Spain. A wide variety of colours and styles, including the natural looking Rivers range and the ultra modern Zen range. Silestone® is the only quartz surface brand to use Microban®, an antibacterial protection agent for more hygienic kitchen worktops.
Silestone® worktops have colour matched joint fillers and silicone sealant to add that extra 'oomph' to your kitchen. Also, it's the only quartz company that currently produces jumbo sized slabs allowing longer lengths and larger island worktops in one piece.
Silestone® pioneered the new textured finishes with the Suede finish which is available on a large portion of its slabs. Whilst other companies have copied this style, the Suede finish by Silestone® still stands out.