Trends: Lundhs Antique Real Stone for modern kitchens

posted on Wednesday, 15th November 2017 by Geny Caloisi

Kitchen  Lundhs Real Stone 

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Made from Anorthosite, the Lundhs Antique stone itself was crafted 1000 million years ago by nature on the west coast of Norway when igneous rock formed from the cooling of magma.

Filled with light and beautiful wood finishes, this kitchen is a stunning contemporary space perfectly suited to the warm tone of Lundhs Antique Real Stone. Adorning the surface of both the freestanding island and the run of cabinetry, the blend of blue and brown crystals complements the sleek feel and modern aesthetic of the kitchen.

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The clean lines and natural light sit seamlessly alongside the warm tone of the natural stone whilst the wood grains complement the unique lines and exquisite crystal detailing. As a completely natural stone, Lundhs Antique is extremely easy to maintain with high water, scratch, UV and stain resistance.

The oldest of all the real stones from the Norwegian natural stone specialists, Lundhs Antique boasts beautiful natural variations such as lines and darker areas within the stone, making each and every piece even more unique.

Providing you with your very own slice of Norway, every piece of Lundhs Real Stone is delivered with a certificate of authenticity, stating the origin of the stone.

Geny Caloisi

Geny Caloisi is a technology and interiors journalist who has worked across a variety of industry publications.

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