Classtone Collection from Neolith: True Touch of Class

Classtone Collection from Neolith: True Touch of Class

February 25, 2014

We love high-performing ultra compact Neolith surfacing. So we decided to attend the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show (KBIS) earlier this month in Las Vegas when manufacturer The Size introduced their new color collection, Classtone.

Estatuario from Neolith

Neolith island in Estatuario, part of classtone collection; photo via THESIZE

Inspired by the timeless look of marble, Classtone blends the classicism and elegance of marble with revolutionary Neolith Digital Design (NDD) technology.

The new colors include:

Pulpis from NeolithClasstone Pulpis from Neolith; photo via THESIZE


Marfil from NeolithClasstone Marfil from Neolith; photo via THESIZE


Estatuario from Neolith

Classtone Estatuario from Neolith; photo via THESIZE 

Like all Neolith products, Classtone is an ultra compact surface that’s made of 100-percent natural material including clay, feldspar, silica, and mineral oxide. It’s an exceptionally durable, extremely thin material that’s scratch, stain, UV, cold, heat, and fire resistant. It also stands up to harsh cleaning agents and chemicals, plus requires very little maintenance. Neolith’s super thin sheets offer a lightweight alternative to natural stone.

Estatuario in 6mm thickness

Versatility of Neolith offers endless choices; Photo via THESIZE

The new marble-inspired shades offer not only a material that’s easier to handle and transport than natural marble, but the new line also introduces a new format. The new size, measuring 3,200mm by 1,500mm slab with a thickness of 12mm, allows for improved use of the product, especially for kitchen countertop applications. This new size is also available in 6 mm thickness for flooring and other vertical applications.

As one of the largest retailers of Neolith on the east coast, Marble and Granite, Inc. will soon have samples of the new colors for you to see for yourself. Call one of our Marble & Granite, Inc. showrooms, or check our online inventory for updates. Our surfacing experts can tell you more about this revolutionary material and explain why it makes a great choice for everything from floors and countertops to indoor and outdoor wall cladding.


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