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Space to share with new Riverstone & Petrified Wood designs

This season, we’ve introduced two new designs one to our Riverstone basin collection and another to our Petrified Wood Basin Collection. Both designs are handcrafted to create a wider basin, which complements the natural gnarly appearance.

The volcanic rock used to make the Riverstone pieces is sourced straight from the riverbed. Originating from the active Marapi volcano, in Central Java, the basalt boulders are washed down river during the rainy season and become lodged down-stream; they are then selected, according to size, and crafted by hand. The new design measures approx. 700x350mm.

Other Riverstone designs include a circular bowl, pedestal Riverstone basin, bath and matching bathroom and kitchen accessories – from candleholder, to pestle and mortar and a range of kitchen accessories like chopping boards and platters.

Pair our Riverstone basin with our luxury Riverstone bath to perfect your bathroom.

Our Riverstone bath tub can also be used outside for a truly unique bathing experience.

The new Petrified Wood basin is crafted from buried wood. ‘Petrification’ occurs underground, where a lack of oxygen turns the timber into a stone-like material. The new design has a striking butter-bean shaped format – measuring approx. 700x350mm – and, like Riverstone, its smooth inside contrasts with a rugged exterior.

The collection also includes a round basin sink, a petrified wood pedestal basin sink and petrified wood & Riverstone candleholders.

To find our more about the new designs, please visit our bathrooms range.

For more information, please contact Indigenous on tel. 01993 824200 or email [email protected]

 

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