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Steve & Georgina

Kitchen Benchtop DIY Project

We had been in the market for a new kitchen benchtop. When I was searching the internet came across LITESTONE. I had a look at the website, viewed the video instructions on how easy it is to install as a DYi. So we decided to purchase the Pure White 3000mm x 900mm as an island benchtop.
We ordered online and it was delivered within 4 Days!!!

As the videos suggest, it is light, easy to carry, easy to cut and easy to install. It looks a million dollars and the cost was about a quarter of the price of what we were quoted for other similar stone products.

We highly recommend LITESTONE to anyone that wants the look and performance without the price tag.


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StoneFish Wines Cellar Door, Margaret River

Stone Benchtop DIY Project

Recently, we have completed a new kitchen project at our property in Margaret River in Western Australia. This project was mostly a DIY job due to a rather tight budget. We wanted to achieve the luxury of stone bench tops, but our obstacles were the sheer size of the benches required. With a total length of 6 metres for the back cabinets & 4.8 metres for the front bench, it seemed almost impossible for a stone option. The cabinet maker also informed us that the underneath cabinetry would likely not support the weight of traditional stone choice, simply due to the size. Laminate was looking like the solution, but a look that was not desired.

We were chatting to a friend, who suggested we look at the LITESTONE range of products and we were so chuffed that we chose to use this product on our project. It gave us the sleek look of stone, was 100% DIY, was easy to cut to configure / fit the window specs and drainage and it was so incredibly light to handle.

On our project we chose the pure black for our back bench and concrete grey for another area, the colours are gorgeous and super easy to keep clean.

We would recommend LITESTONE to anyone wanting to complete a DIY project around the home, it is so easy to work with, provides a stunning stone finish and the best part, marvellously cost effective.

Kerry House

Margaret River, Western Australia




Al Fresco Stone Benchtop DIY Project

“We have recently installed a Litestone benchtop in our alfresco kitchen. We couldn’t be happier with the end result. We opted for the concrete grey colour and this looks fantastic alongside our timber BBQ cabinetry. We viewed the video clips on the website prior to installation and found them so simple and easy to follow. We had no difficulty cutting the stone and had the benchtop in place within no time. We highly recommend this product. The end result looks and feels like a solid stone bench top, but for a fraction of the price.”

Mandy and Stephan