Stones and Tools Ltd, established in 2004, is a specialist supplier of high quality diamond tools and natural stone products exclusively for the trade. Our products are manufactured to the highest quality and we ensure that they are supplied at competitive prices.

Our natural stone products are supplied from across Europe in particular selecting only quality products from Bulgaria, Italy, Greece and Turkey. All of our tools are made to exacting standards and are fully guaranteed. Tools can be specially made to cater for individual requirements. Our aim is to be able to supply high quality products to a discerning market from small traders to large building contractors with total customer satisfaction.

In 2008 the company has expanded the business to become distributors of SCAVOLINI kitchens, the best seller in Italy. As a result S+T Kitchens and Bathrooms has been established as a division of Stones and Tools Ltd, dealing directly with kitchen and bathroom design and installation.

We take pride in being able to supply modern traditional and contemporary kitchens and bathrooms, quality stone materials and diamond tools for every project.

Interview to KARIM RASHID

The discreet charm offered by bringing together glass and aluminium in Scavolini’s Crystal kitchen is also available in the Texture version by Karim Rashid with exclusive colour schemes and graphic patterns. “Decoration is a way of communicating, of conferring dimension, structure, form, depth and character; it’s a way of giving depth and dynamism to the objects that animate our space, that create favourable conditions, that drive the eye to go beyond the surface to arouse an illusion or entropy, to embellish or enrich the surfaces, materials and objects. Now decoration can add a further emotion and a new meaning to the flat and mono-chromatic world of modernism. With reference to this, I developed some digital graphic ideas to express the spirit of our times. This is what I did with Scavolini. I embellished the glass surfaces to transform two-dimensional kitchens into spaces endowed with more complex dimensions. A kitchen should be essential but also sensual just like everything else that goes on around it, but also well-ordered and evocative and appealing from an aesthetic and social point of view.” Karim Rashid


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