Flowing throughout this modern home, New Savior Limestone adds a natural tranquilly to this space. This natural stone is characterised by its subtle brown undertones within a cloudy blend of white and grey.
Creating the perfect pair, this kitchen features a Neolith Phedra benchtop and Super White Dolomite bench and splashback. Super White’s rich blend of white highlights and shadowy greys give this kitchen an undeniable depth.
New Savior Limestone – The new standard in texture. Available from CDK Stone. Designed by MIM Design and built by Seidler Group, this impressive bathroom is fit for the most luxurious lifestyle.
After recently being crowd our Stone of The Year 2018, Super White Dolomite is showing no signs of slowing down this year. Effortlessly synergising with both light and dark tones, Super White finds a perfectly balance with warm timber hues.
Recently, CDK Stone has partner with the National Gallery of Victoria, The Italian Institute of Culture in Melbourne, RMIT School of Architecture and Urban Design to deliver the exhibition Vico Magistretti – Archivio in Viaggio/Travelling Archive.
The latest trend we are loving is Natural Stone trays, perfectly represented in this New Savior Limestone bathroom. Set to continue in 2019, stone trays capture attention whilst capturing your accessories.
Providing a sharp, bold veining, Super White Dolomite is set to be the most sought-after stone of 2019. Balancing both highlights and shadows, whites and blacks, Super White is simply breath-taking. Asserting itself’s as a dominant force in the minimalist movement, Super White Dolomite emphatic yet elegant.