JDay Stoneworks were one of the first Approved Lapitec Fabricators in the UK and they have used their Colney Heath showroom near St Albans as a showcase for it’s possibilities in fireplaces.
Their range of Lapitec fireplaces provide both traditional and modern examples of fire surrounds in a variety of colours and finishes. Below J Day use Bianco Crema in a Lux finish not only as the firesurround but also as cladding and cupboard doors creating a very sleak feature fire.
The showroom also features a wide variety of natural stones and below is one of our favourite examples of Silver Travertine marble used alongside Lapitec, Grigio Cemento in a Dune finish. The use of Lapitec alongside natural materials highlights the possibilities for the material in a more traditional setting.
Due to it’s high heat resistance, Lapitec is the ideal material for fire surrounds.
Location: Colney Heath, St Albans
Stone Fabricator: J Day Stoneworks
Lapitec Bianco Crema, Lux (top)
Lapitec Grigio Cemento, Dune (middle)
Silver Travertine (middle)
Lapitec Nero Antracite, Lux (right)
Lapitec is made from 100% natural minerals without the use of any resins or binding agents.
Lapitec is imporous and is therefore water resistant. Ideal for bathrooms or pool surrounds.
The Lapitec collection is available in slab sizes of 3365 x 1500mm.
Due to Lapitec’s inherent density, it can withstand forces above and beyond it’s predecessors – providing the solid surface with longevity.
The beautiful and natural colours from the Lapitec collection will remain the same over time and will never fade, even with continued exposure to UV light.
Lapitec slabs are full bodied and as such composition, physical and visual properties are consistent throughout.
The beauty of Lapitec is that it’s engineered for life – even at only 12mm thick, Lapitec is one of the strongest hard surface materials on the market.
Complete resistance and protection against acids and alkali, leaving you with the confidence of knowing that any cleaning, spillages or mishaps will not effect your Lapitec surfaces.