Create a spectacular kitchen with a Königstone style special surface

Königstone, with an impressive reputation for high-quality surface materials and worktops, now supplies stunning semi- precious materials for spectacular kitchens. Königstone has

access to beautiful materials from across the globe and these breath-taking surfaces will truly set your kitchen apart from the rest. Whether homeowners opt for a bold splashback, a contrasting feature within a worktop or even a whole worktop or feature wall, the materials available are sure to transform the kitchen. The intricate patterns and

transparency of the materials allows these one-of-a-kind pieces to be backlit. The illumination creates a striking effect by highlighting the captivating natural characteristics of

these beautiful features. Three unique and distinctive colours are available - Amethyst, Smoky Light and Smoky Dark. Each can be matched to, or contrasted with an existing kitchen colour palette for seamless integration and a flawless finish.

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Königstone, please email or visit the website.

Tuscan Worksurfaces add luxurious engineered walnut woodgrain to their collection

The 14-strong Tuscan solid wood worksurfaces collection, available exclusively via IDS, has been enhanced with a new engineered walnut option that will deliver the same luxurious looks as solid timber but at a more affordable price point. The worksurface features a 3mm surface layer of prime quality walnut bonded to a 24mm thick chipboard core and is precision finished on all edges. The thinner layer of wood delivers premium grade aesthetics, while also being a more sustainable

use of natural resources. The worktop is also lighter in weight to transport, handle and install on site. The walnut worksurfaces are

available in 3000 x 650 x 27mm and 2400 x 950 x 27mm and are supplied with two types of edging strips. The Tuscan worksurfaces collection is fully FSC® and PEFCTM certified. For more information: contact Tuscan.

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Introducing Silestone® Loft and HybriQ+ Technology A worldwide launch by Cosentino

surfaces for architecture and design, Cosentino has launched Silestone® Loft, a new series of five colours inspired by industrial style. As the demand by both professionals and end-users for rust, cement, steel and concrete finishes continues to rise, the creation of the five colours of the Silestone® Loft series, Camden, Poblenou, Seaport, Nolita and


he world leader in the production and distribution of innovative

Corktown, look to bridge the past and the present. They represent five iconic towns with a distinctive history and industrial aesthetic reflected in their streets, buildings, urban furniture and interior decoration. One of the significant new features of Silestone® Loft is the use, for the first time, of the innovative and exclusive HybriQ+ technology. HybriQ+ is a huge evolution of the Silestone® brand. It is a new production process which adheres to the company's commitment to the environment, the circular economy and sustainable management. Thanks to this innovative process, reused raw materials, such as recycled glass debut in the manufacture of Silestone® Loft. In addition to this, Cosentino’s production process is carried out by employing 98% recycled water and 100% renewable energy. Furthermore, thanks to HybriQ+ technology,

the presence of crystalline silica is significantly reduced, and a hybrid formula made up of mineral and reused raw materials is used. This new composition provides the material with modern aesthetic and design features, while maintaining the quality and beauty of Silestone®, as well as its 25-year warranty.

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