A world of texture with Dekton® Ukiyo

Brought to you by Cosentino, Dekton® Ukiyo is a one-of-a-kind collection of fluted tiles in on-trend colours to beautify spaces.

  • A world of texture with Dekton® Ukiyo

Top image: Wall cladding in Dekton® Nacre
Text by Janice Seow

Fluted designs are making their appearance everywhere, as sophisticated-looking feature walls and even base cladding for island counters. Now the creative possibilities have expanded with Cosentino’s latest Dekton® collection.

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Wall and basin cladding in Dekton® Umber

Created in collaboration with world-renowned designer Claudia Afshar, Dekton® Ukiyo is a range of ready-to-install fluted tiles, and one of the first offerings of its kind in the industry. ‘Ukiyo’ is a Japanese word that means ‘live in the moment’, and as such, the designs in the collection aim to awaken the senses with their beautiful textures and geometric shapes, and cultivate a beautiful and calm atmosphere that fosters a sense of well-being

Island cladding and kitchen backsplash in Dekton® Bromo

These fluted tiles are ideal for vertical cladding applications on walls, kitchen islands and custom furniture. They come in Dekton® colourways inspired by trending surfaces to deliver liveable luxury to modern homes. These include Bromo (slate), Kreta (cement), Nacre (microconcrete and lime plastering), Rem (Calacatta Lincoln marble), and Umber (terracotta), which can be used independently or together in a space.

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Top cabinets in Dekton® Rem

Dekton® Ukiyo is available in matte finish and two fluting options: GV2 with groves set 25mm apart and 5mm wide and 3mm deep; and GV3 with groves set 11mm apart and 4mm wide and deep. Both come in a tile size measuring 450mm by 3000mm.

Discover more about Dekton® Ukiyo here

Also check out the collections at Cosentino City Singapore, 5 Straits View, Marina One The Heart (West Tower) #01-16/17, Singapore 018935

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