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Naturally Dramatic: Lundhs Emerald Real Stone

October 2019

The perfect complement to sleek black cabinetry, the Lundhs Emerald worktops and dramatic full-height splashback in this contemporary kitchen create a truly standout scheme. The darkest in Lundhs Real Stone’s offering, the silk Lundhs Emerald natural stone surfaces combine with eye-catching brass accents and modern accessories to complete this inspirational and unique space.

Characterised by a lightly structured finish, making the inviting dark material appear even more natural, the Lundhs Emerald Silk worktops create a smooth look that allows the exquisite crystals to shine through. Adorning the surfaces of both the kitchen and living areas, Lundhs Emerald Real Stone sits beautifully on the mantel, hearth and internal areas of the fireplace in the living room, creating a seamless continuation of style between the different areas of the open-plan home.

The ideal surface for kitchen worktops, Lundhs Real Stone boasts high heat, water, scratch, UV and stain resistance, meaning you can place hot pants directly on the surface without any fears of damage. Made from one of the most unique and strongest materials in the world, Larvikite, Lundhs Emerald is a truly one of a kind piece.

Crafted by nature 300 million years ago and quarried on the southern coast of Norway in a town called Larvik, there is no other place in the world where you can find the same type of natural stone. Offering each customer their own unique piece of Norway, every Lundhs Real Stone worktop is delivered with a certificate of authenticity, stating the origin of the stone.

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