Silestone’s Colors and Prices classification is determined by groups from the well-known kitchen countertops brand. You know them?

Silestone Groups

Silestone is a popular brand for quartz surfaces. These are
mainly used to make kitchen or bathroom countertops,
although its use is not limited to this field. We can also
found in coatings, floors and even furniture.

There are different colors, textures, thicknesses and even qualities.
To group all these varied designs together and give some uniformity to the
catalog Silestone groups are used.

Within the same group of Silestones we find designs with the same price.
These groups are also formed by observing trends. That is, when
a new design appears, which should be more avant-garde and
may also include technical improvements, start by being in groups of
highest number. Over time, according to its design, it is not so new
they are falling out of the group and even some designs are disappearing.

The Silestone groups with the highest number are also those with the highest price, as can be deduced.

Current distribution groups:

Silestone Group 1

  • White city
  • Gray Expo
  • Marengo
  • Noka
  • Rougui

Silestone Group 2

  • Arden Blue
  • North White 14
  • Cement Spa
  • Coral Clay
  • Minerva Cream 16
  • IronBark
  • Black Thebes
  • Mist
  • Real Recife

Group number 3

  • Altair 15
  • Aluminum Cloud
  • Capri White
  • Cygnus 15
  • Black Anubis
  • White Storm 14

Silestone Group 4

  • Amazon
  • Rio Bianco
  • Maple White 14
  • Stellar White 13
  • Zeus White
  • Coal soapstone
  • Eros Stellar
  • Haiku
  • Iconic Black
  • Kensho
  • Stellar black
  • Rosso Monza
  • Tiger Sand
  • Unsui
  • Green Fun
  • Yukon

Team 5

  • Ariel
  • Orion White
  • Calypso
  • Creamstone
  • Eternal Marquina
  • Eternal Statuary
  • Propeller
  • Iconic White
  • lagoon
  • Lyra
  • Merope
  • Phoenix
  • Press
  • Vortium

Group 6

  • Eternal Calacatta Gold
  • Carbon
  • chrome
  • Steel
  • White Platinum
  • Zirconium

Cosentino, company behind the Silestone brand and also behind
Dekton is not the only manufacturer of this type of surfaces based on
quartz and resins. There are other companies like Compac. Without
However, Silestone is the most popular, perhaps not because of the difference in
quality of your product, rather than your success
marketing.