When designing your piece please browse the options below and feel free to contact us with ideas or questions.
As a creative team we believe it is not only our job to make your idea into a reality, but also to guide you through the process of figuring out what would work best in your space.
When you think concrete colors think limitless choices, from porcelain white to ruby red to standard concrete grey. We have a wide range of standard 2Stone colors as well as the ability to mix up custom hues to the customers liking.
The 2 finishes we offer are Pressed and Machined. Pressed finishes can have up to 3 different colors of your choice
used in the veining, while the Machined finish is our most popular and offers a sleek monochromatic surface.
We offer 2 types of sinks- vessel or integral (knockouts are also available for under mount or alternative material sinks). We excel at being the material that “fits”. No matter how big, small, or oddly shaped an area is we have a sink to match!
2Stone has a library of 20 or so standard sink moulds that it still growing, you can check them out online in our Sink Catalogue. 2Stone also creates its own sinks moulds in house, if you have an idea for a custom sink contact us and we’ll work with you to make that sink a reality.
One of the great benefits of using concrete for your project is that it has almost no limits. Concrete has no fear of a sexy curve or a show stopping profile.
- Apron size (the edge of a countertop, the visual thickness) is unlimited. Your counter can look from 1 ¼” thick to 3”, 4” 5”, etc. Unlike granite or marble who have to glue together slabs to achieve a custom apron, we cast the aprons right into the countertop so there are noseams. Since 2Stone uses GFRC (Glass Fibre Reinforced Cement) our pieces are actually hollow and can be anywhere from ¾’ to 1 ¼” through the body, meaning that although your countertop looks like a chunky 6”slab it is simply a light weight shell.
- Trivets are a must-have feature for the avid cook. Integrated into the countertop beside a stove or BBQ, trivets offer a safe location to put a hot pot down without damaging the counter’s sealant. Trivets are most commonly stainless steel, but can be made out of ceramics, stone, wood, etc.
*For more information on caring for you piece please refer to our Care and Maintenance page.
- Integral Drain Boards can be built into the counter top doing away with typical eyesore of a counter top dish racks.
- Integral Cutting Boards adds a convenient home for a butchers block and can be removed for cleaning.
- Decorative Inlays can be anything including but not limited to stones, fossils, metal, crystals, or a family mementos. With inlay the sky is the limit.
- Fruit bowls can be cast into a countertop offering a stylish and functional touch to any surface.