Browse some of our most popular Dekton colors for countertops and other projects.  Dekton is a product of Cosentino.  It is a ultra-compact blend of the raw minerals used to create glass, porcelain, and quartz.  Dekton has become a popular choice for kitchen countertops and outdoor kitchens thanks to its ultra-durable and UV-resistant nature.  Remember that actual Dekton slabs may vary from the sample images you see online.  One good thing about Dekton is that, unlike granite and other natural stones, Dekton slabs are relatively consistent from slab to slab since it is an engineered stone.  Book an appointment to visit our showroom, conveniently located between Greensboro and Winston-Salem, to browse our full slab inventory and view samples.

Our “Choosing the Best Product for You” chart provides a useful comparison overview of the benefits of using Dekton versus other natural stones and engineered stones.

How durable is Dekton?  Dekton is an ultra-compact mixture of raw minerals and pigments, manufactured in a way that makes the product very durable.  It is scratch-resistant, stain-resistant, heat-resistant, UV-resistant, and impact-resistant.  Unlike many natural stones, Dekton offers consistency in its patterns.  There are many color and patterns options available.  However, please note that unlike quartz, Dekton’s pattern is only visible on the surface—the inside of the material does not contain a pattern.  This means that polished edges will look different that the face of the material.  Most Dekton slabs are available in a polished finish, while some slabs are available in a honed/matte finish and even a leathered (textured) finish.

Where is Dekton used? Dekton is perfect for use throughout your house, both inside and outside!  It’s even great for architectural purposes, such as exterior and interior wall cladding, or other large format purposes.  Around the house, Dekton is a perfect option for projects such as kitchen countertops, laundry room countertops, bathroom vanities, outdoor kitchens, fireplace surrounds, wall cladding, shower surrounds, backsplashes, shower seats, desktops, and more!

Once you’ve picked a Dekton color for your countertop or other project, the next step is to pick an edge profile!  Due to limitations in the material, Dekton is only available with certain edge profiles: eased, small bevel, or a mitered edge.  Ask us which edge profiles we recommend!

The Dekton colors listed below are not guaranteed to be in-stock. 

Visit our LIVE INVENTORY page to browse our current inventory of Dekton slabs.

Please call or email us to inquire about availability of each color, as manufacturers’ websites may not always be up-to-date.