Over the last few years we have seen the interiors market become inspired with marble, granite and Neolith. This is a trend we really love when used in furniture for interior design.

These materials have always been perceived as a luxurious, high-quality material. Recently Neolith becoming top designers’ stone of choice for contemporary, modern design. This is especially the case when paired with contrasting natural materials such as leather, copper or wood.

Our top tip for using marble, granite and Neolith would be to use accents within a room to avoid the space feeling to stark or cold. They are all very practical materials as they can withstand moisture and extreme temperatures, ideal for table tops, kitchens and bathrooms with Neolith having the flexibility of finishes textures and thicknesses.

 

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We have used Neolith for the top of this walnut bespoke table which was designed by our in-house design team.

At John Beavan we take great care to talk in depth to each client to best understand their individual needs. For this commission, we paid particular attention to the practically of the item, whilst still ensuring it was beautiful and timeless.

This meant creating a spacious item which operated with easy; for this commissioned a bespoke running gear to extend the table, hidden away in the underframe.
The Neolith adds a luxurious and high-end feel against the walnut, whilst still remaining practical for family use.

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