CDK Stone’s two new inner city showrooms in Richmond, Melbourne and Alexandria, Sydney are having great success, giving designers, architects and clients great access to their premium range of natural stone and Neolith sintered products.
February 25th, 2015
Along with their recently completed Stone Display space in the Build & Design Centre Brisbane and Stone Display space in the Home Base Centre in Perth, these design focused locations are a great addition to their stone warehouses and slab selection centres and show why CDK Stone is one of Australia’s leading suppliers of natural stone and sintered products.
CDK Stone have just relaunched their brand new website showcasing all their Natural Stone and Sintered product range.
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