IDEAL House – New Zealand

Project Goals: Certified Passive House, Positive Energy & 8/10 Homestar design. Proudly supported by IDEAL Electrical Suppliers.

The Laminex Group

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The iDEAL House will be featuring Caeserstone bench tops in the kitchen, laundry and kids work area – from The Laminex Group. We will be showcasing one of their latest colours, Atlantic Salt.

“It’s intricate, sculpted design and combination of white, taupe grey and black colors echo the natural structure of inspiring aged granites weathered by the ocean. The white accents work with clean minimal interiors as well as more traditional.”

atlantic salt

Caesarstone® engineered stone surfaces are a smart and more modern alternative to products such as marble and granite for kitchen bench tops and splashbacks as well as bathroom vanities and wall linings.

Caesarstone consists of up to 93 per cent quartz which is stronger than natural stone and one of nature’s hardest minerals. Caesarstone surfaces are resistant to stains, scratches, cracks, heat and common household chemicals. The surfaces retain the cool, tactile qualities of natural stone, while offering almost unlimited design possibilities.

Non-porous, waterproof, mould and mildew resistant, Caesarstone quartz surfaces are ideal for numerous applications. Large slabs provide a sleek and modern aesthetic, minimising joins and therefore maintenance. Caesarstone’s quartz surfaces never need sealing and require very little maintenance to keep them looking like new. The hard, non-porous surface makes cleaning simple.

Brochure: CaesarStone_Brochure_-_Oct_2012

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