A new kitchen with Dekton by Cosentino and Reform Copenhagen


Dekton by Cosentino countertop Keyla

Some time ago I wrote about my kitchen remake and visiting Cosentino, and you might remember how after looking into the many options, I choose a beautiful countertop from the Dekton ‘Natural series‘ I wrote a long blog about it here: A kitchen remake with Cosentino. Countertop ‘Keyla’ which I chose has an industrial and chic look with elegant white veins. 


It has been finished some months now and I am fully enjoying my new kitchen. For Cosentino we made a few images. I styled the countertop using props from our friends at Serax and Wen came to my home to make the pictures. It’s so great to be able to work together again after all the delay and restrictions. 

Working with a Dekton countertop on a daily base is a pleasure I can tell! Previously I could worry about scratches or accidentally placing a hot pan on my countertop… with Dekton I now have a professional countertop that has an excellent resistance to high temperatures and a highly scratch-resistant surface. I love the look of it and how it is only 1,2 cm thick which gives it an elegant appearance. The smooth edges the stoneworker made are almost brown and perfectly fit the wooden kitchen fronts by Reform Copenhagen. 


Dekton by Cosentino Countertop



A new kitchen  
The first kitchen I replaced the original with around ten years ago was an all white kitchen with RVS details, and a imitation wooden countertop. This one is different and of higher quality! A kitchen designed by Norm Architects for Reform which was on my wish list ever since I first saw it in Copenhagen, and I love how it matches with the Cosentino countertop. The brass handles fit so beautiful too. The kitchen is build with Ikea cabinets and Reform offer many different options to customize your kitchen to your own needs and taste.




One of the best appliances is the new Bora Pure, a cooker with built-in extractor hood, I bought at Werkbladafzuiging.nl, a site specialized in cooker solutions with built in extractor hoods. The wall is painted with paint via Studio AnoukB 

So what’s next… A new lamp for the backsplash is coming soon and a new lamp will also be hung above the table. I have a few more ideas for after Summer. In case you would like to read more technical specifications on Dekton by Cosentino, I added those at the end of the post. 

Dekton by Cosentino Countertop
Dekton by Cosentino Countertop
Dekton by Cosentino Countertop
Dekton by Cosentino Countertop


Keyla countertop – Dekton by Cosentino 
Dekton’s Industrial series, were created to pay tribute to the beautiful imperfections of the metals and stone in all their different stages of ageing. Organic processes that are reflected in the richness and complexity of oxidation and the authentic beauty of maturing stone

Dekton can be used both inside as outside and is offered in large-format slabs of varying thicknesses that open up all new kinds of possibilities that you can imagine and had previously been unthinkable. A real plus for the kitchen also is that Dekton has an excellent resistance to high temperatures and a highly scratch-resistant surface. In my previous post there’s a video also that explains the concept behind Dekton industrial.

This post is written in collaboration with Cosentino. 

Concept  & styling by me
Desiree Groenendal
Wall paint via Studio AnoukB
Photography by Wen van Woudenberg,


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