Neolith is a new porcelain surface categorized as sintered stone with compactness, non-absorbency and superior performance indoors & outdoors.

Neolith Worktops

Sustainability is key to our Neolith Worktops, which are uniquely beautiful and ecologically sound. Furthermore, as a member of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals, our Neolith surfaces comprise natural materials. This commitment ensures that every homeowner in London, its surrounding communities, and the new generations will benefit from its advantages.


100% Organic & 90% Recyclable: It comprises raw minerals with no emissions and up to ninety per cent recycled materials.

Renewable Manufacturing: Neolith worktops manufacturing uses renewable energy sources, controlling CO2 emissions and recycling 100% of the water with no waste.

Reliable & Quick Delivery: Besides excellent quality, Neolith offers an extensive range of colours that you can combine in limitless ways to achieve unique designs for any kitchen. The company’s head office is in Barcelona. In addition, it has 16 facilities in Europe, with warehouses in Germany, France, Italy, Hungary, and the United Kingdom, ensuring your favourite design is always ready to carry out a quick and smooth installation.


Environmentally Conscious

With a sustainable, UV ray-suitable, long-lasting surface, you can let your creativity go wild with solutions tailored to your needs and brings any room to life.

Flexible & Adaptable

Choose from thicknesses of 3mm, 6mm, 12mm, and 20mm thickness for horizontal and vertical applications, and 5 finishes, you can install anywhere with a lightweight porcelain surface.

Long-Lasting & Permanent

Neolith worktops come with a 25-year manufacturer's warranty and are unaffected by household detergents or acids, remaining the same as when you first installed them.

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The Worktop Library’s dedication to 100 per cent customer satisfaction is as strong as ever, much like our tasty selection of Neolith worktops.

Neolith sintered stone has a guaranteed duration of up to twenty-five years, providing peace of mind and easy replacement for any production flaws.
We recommend you always read the tiny print on the warranty period and the terms & conditions.

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  • Neolith vs Dekton. Which is better?

    Neolith and Dekton offer almost identical performances and comprise similar manufacturing methods despite belonging to two different companies. 

    Here are the main differences between two of the most popular porcelain worktop materials:


    Slab size: Neolith’s slab sizes are 320x160cm and 320x150cm. Dekton slabs size is 320x144cm.

    Thicknesses: Neolith offers thicknesses of 3mm, 6mm, 12mm and 20mm; Dekton’s are 4mm, 8mm, 12mm, and 20mm.

    Finishes: Neolith boasts five different finishes, and Dekton four:

    Neolith  Dekton

    Silk Smooth Matte

    Polished X-Gloss

    Ultra Soft Velvet

    Riverwashed Textured Matte


    Warranty: Neolith offers a product warranty of up to 25 years, and Neolith’s product warranty extends to 10 years. Dekton’s warranty is transferable, and Neolith’s is not, meaning you cannot pass on their guarantee to new homeowners when you sell your property.

    Neolith and Dekton are leading brands of sintered stones, so the final decision rests in your hands and your aesthetic preference.


  • Where is Neolith Made?

    Neolith makes its products in Castellón, the state capital of the Spanish Valencian Community, situated on the Costa del Azahar.
    It is the in the eastern part of the Iberian Peninsula, which is an ideal location to distribute its products to European countries and the UK.

  • Neolith vs Silestone. Which is better?

    Neolith and Silestone are two popular brands comprising different types of materials and manufacturing techniques, and each has its performance characteristics.

    What is the difference between Neolith and Silestone? First, let’s look at the characteristics of each material. Silestone is a quartz-based material comprising over 90% pure quartz, sand, feldspar, and polymer resin.

    Neolith is a new type of ceramic material known as sintered stone, comprising mainly kaolin clay, glass and silica sand.

    The main difference between Neolith and Silestone is that the former does not contain a polymer resin, meaning it can withstand higher temperatures. Silestone’s maximum temperature can withstand is 150 Celsius, and Neolith is 300 Celsius. Moreover, this difference makes Neolith UV-ray resistant and outdoor suitable. You can only use Silestone indoors.

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