In kitchen design, the appearance and nature of the countertops play an essential role.
Whether homely or practical, or impressive or functional, the character of the kitchen can be emphasised or contrasted through the selection of the countertop and niche material. The range of high-quality countertop designs is extraordinarily high at SieMatic – from the material, to the thickness, to the design of the edge, you have the freedom of choice. Whichever you choose: Even the most extravagant material is refined to such a degree at SieMatic that it is suitable for even the most intense demands in the kitchen.
Whether marble, granite, slate, limestone, quartzite, or volcanic stone: The particular charm of countertops of natural stone lies in the irregularity of their surface, which distinguishes them distinctly from industrially manufactured materials.
Composite stones consist of more than 90% of natural quartz, to which resins and colorings are added. Although comparable in hardness and density to natural stone, they always have uniform surface colours and structures.
Ceramic is a very homogeneous and hard material. The fired surface has many advantages: It is impervious to water, can be recycled, and is absolutely food-safe, so that no impregnation is required. In addition, to a great degree, it is scratchproof, acid-resistant, and easy to care for.
Because of their especially hard surface, woods like oak, walnut, maple, and bamboo are ideal countertop materials. High-quality SieMatic craftsmanship gives them a sophisticated look, which fits elegantly and harmoniously into just about any kitchen.
Stainless steel is a tough, hygienic material, whose professional appeal is not impaired by the traces of use; it gets even more beautiful as time goes by. Whether as a complete countertop or as a design accent.
SieMatic laminate countertops have a very resistant, hygienic surface of layered material and are available in a wide selection of finishes and edge designs, which permits harmonious colour choices that are perfectly attuned to the front panels and surrounding elements.