Lundhs Real Stone by the fireside

Set the scene this winter and create a wonderfully refined yet cosy aesthetic with help from Lundhs
Real Stone. Visually striking and versatile in its application, the 100% natural stone is perfectly suited
to fireplace surrounds and hearths. From tiled walls to countertops and feature walls, Lundhs Real
Stone’s feldspar crystals will glisten against the flickering flames of a fire, creating a welcoming

A combination of delicate blue and grey tones complemented by hints of radiant crystals, Lundhs Blue is the perfect backdrop to the fireplace in this modern open-plan living area. A statement focal point, the natural stone frames the fireplace and continues onto the floor as an exquisite contemporary hearth.

A gorgeous blend of natural materials and modern style, the integration of Lundhs Emerald into this living room creates a harmonious and inviting feel. Seen on the fireplace surround in a special honed finish, delivering a smooth matte appearance, the dark natural stone adorns the entire surface of the furniture unit for a seamless continuation of style.

he lightest in the Lundhs Real Stone collection, Lundhs Royal will work beautifully as a tiled wall with a centrepiece fireplace. The detailing of the stone’s structure pairs with the flickering flames to create a truly eye-catching wall feature. Equally as striking, a waterfall island in Lundhs Royal placed in front of a fire, completed with modern accessories and furnishings, is guaranteed to leave an unmistakably contemporary Scandinavian feel.

Boasting from high heat, water, scratch, UV and stain resistance, Lundhs Real Stone’s natural composition allows it to be used within a vast array of applications, including fireplace surrounds. Made from one of the most unique and strongest materials in the world, Larvikite, Lundhs Real Stone delivers a sense of refined sophistication and style.

A complex blend of beautiful feldspar crystals, each piece of rock from Lundhs is completely unique with its own individual fingerprint. The product of minerals melting and mixing under extreme heat millions of years ago, Norway is the only place in the world where Larvikite can be found.

Written by Janne Magnussen

Last edited 27.10.2020