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Introducing Keramik by Cattelan
Founded in 1979 by Giorgio and Silvia Cattelan, Cattelan started as a carpentry business in a small village called Thiene, producing marble tables and accessories. Cattelan’s offering now includes light fixtures, accents and all kinds of furniture, but their tables remain a byword for originality and beauty. Always innovating, Cattelan has created a new tabletop material, for exclusive use on Cattelan designs. Introducing Keramik, a unique designer finish that looks like fine natural stone but is far more durable.
As the name suggests, Keramik is a ceramic finish over a glass base layer, engineered to be capable of withstanding the rigors of daily use. While beautiful, stone is notoriously susceptible to heat damage and staining thanks to its highly porous nature. Even spilled water can leave a mark on marble if it isn’t cleaned up promptly! That makes it a risky choice for a dining or serving surface. Keramik, on the other hand, offers a remarkably deep, three-dimensional effect that looks like real marble, alabaster, or slate, without the worry.
With a Keramik tabletop, you can enjoy the best of both worlds — a gorgeous surface that can stand up to boisterous family meals. Visit the showroom to view samples of Keramik, and see for yourself how realistic it is!
Author: Sklar Furnishings