At this year’s Kitchen and Bath Industry Show, Daltile unveiled several new products, including SlimLite Slate and Quartzite, “a line of innovative, thin and lightweight surfacing products,” according to the company.
Available later this spring, SlimLite is designed to be installed on various surfaces, including in the kitchen and bathroom, to provide a fresh, new look without the burden of heavy resurfacing materials and expensive alternatives. The natural slate and quartzite material ranges in thickness from .04″ to .12″, and “brings the beauty of stone applications in a thin, lightweight stone facade surface,” according to Daltile.
And in the ultimate test of the material’s DIY-friendly application, SlimLite can be cut with scissors, paper cutters or tin snips, the company said.
As we mentioned with the granite overlays, these sorts of surfacing products are an ideal way to bring a new look to your kitchen (or bathroom) while keeping costs and labor down. Daltile’s SlimLite surfacing is designed to reflect “the timeless beauty of stone,” according to the company, and will harmonize with a variety of color schemes and accents to create a stylish yet functional room.
For more information on SlimLite, visit Daltile.
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