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23rd June 2017
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Dekton chosen for Gaze Burvill Furniture & Outdoor Kitchen at Chelsea Flower Show
Cosentino is delighted that its ultra-compact surface, Dekton, has once again been chosen to showcase the outdoor furniture by Gaze Burvill at the Chelsea Flower Show, happening this week. Located in the heart of Chelsea's show gardens on Main Avenue, the stand is unveiling Gaze Burvill's latest contemporary furniture exclusively designed by Katie Walker, as well as its outdoor kitchen displays.
Dekton represents the ultimate in hardwearing exterior surface solutions, and teamed with Gaze Burvill's fine outdoor furniture designs, it's the ideal paring to bring style and longevity to gardens. Dekton colours Sirius and Trilium were selected by Gaze Burvill to complement its furniture and outdoor kitchen pieces, creating a striking contrast to the oak craftsmanship.
Dekton is perfectly showcased on Gaze Burvill's designs, demonstrating its high resistance to UV Rays, low water absorption and great colour stability. The surface can be scorched, scratched, stained and frozen, but will remain intact and mark free. It can also recreate any type of material with a high level of quality to suit individual taste - for example; a metal look and finish can be achieved for a more industrial setting, wood for a more natural setting or stone for a contemporary setting. It is available in large format for quick and easy installation.
Simon Burvill, founder of Gaze Burvill says: "Having worked with Cosentino for a number of years, initially on surfacing for our outdoor kitchens, we're delighted to extend the offering by incorporating Dekton into our stylish and lightweight garden furniture.
"The Chelsea Flower Show is the ideal setting to showcase the collaboration and communicate the vast possibilities this material can offer to outdoor living."
26th May 2017