Windowsills made of natural stone

Window sills made of natural stone are a real eye-catcher. Each natural stone is special in a different way and has its own advantages. However, they can all convince with their longevity, their unique appearance and the typical resistance of stones.

Advantages of a natural stone windowsill

Windowsill made of slightly honed Solnhofen natural stone Windowsill made of slightly honed Solnhofen natural stone

A window sill forms the end to the window and should therefore be able to withstand a lot. As an enormously hard and hard-wearing building material, natural stone meets these requirements. It is insensitive to moisture and therefore does not have any problems with running condensation water from the window. It can also withstand the heat of an underlying heating system without any problems. With their stable and non-slip properties, these window sills also form an ideal base for decoration and plants. In addition, they are very dense and durable, which effectively prevents unwanted draughts due to weathering of the window sill. In addition, window sills made of natural stone are particularly easy to care for, which also ensures more hygiene overall.

Large selection of materials fulfils all wishes

With various regional natural stones, such as Solnhofener and Jura marble, as well as imported materials such as granite, slatequartzite or travertine and their own colours and patterns, you can also almost always find a suitable visual choice.

Interior window sills made of natural stone

Window sills made of natural stone are particularly suitable for indoor use. With simple maintenance, they make life easier and can be optically combined with other elements such as floor slabs, wall panels and worktops of the same stone.

Solnhofer panels on the window

The warm colours of Solnhofer harmonise wonderfully with white and light grey walls. The warm colours of Solnhofer harmonise wonderfully with white and light grey walls.

A windowsill made of natural stone from Solnhofen convinces with its heat-storing property, with which it adapts perfectly to well heated rooms and supports their cosy and pleasant atmosphere. These are available in cream to ochre yellow colours with brownish, greyish and reddish patches. Partially occurring dendrites on the cut surfaces, which resemble ferns or trees in appearance, give the Solnhofer natural stone its unique appearance.

Jura limestone as a classic

Another good choice of material for an interior windowsill is Jura marble. It scores with a warm-toned, neutral look. It also contains glass and quartz veins as well as fossils from time to time, which give every windowsill an individual look. If you have chosen a Jurassic marble windowsill, you should know that water stains can easily form here, which is why you should be a little more careful when pouring flowers, for example. There are Jura yellowJura grey-blue and Jura grey-yellow-multicoloured colours.

Insensitive granite and many patterns

This windowsill made of black granite withstands any weather. This windowsill made of black granite withstands any weather.

Granite, with its insensitivity to dirt and stains, is also a popular building material for interior window sills. This saves you a lot of cleaning work and makes your life a little easier. A special optical feature here are the medium coarse grains, which give the granite its typical appearance. It is also available in a wide range of colours and patterns.

Outdoor window sills made of natural stone

For outdoor use, it is important that the material of the window sill withstands the weather. Granite is a good choice because of its weather resistance and high resistance. Even strong solar radiation is no problem for granite. Thanks to the large selection of colours, it can also be used as a visually appealing facade detail.

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We will be happy to answer any questions you may have and help you choose the right stone for your building project. Visit our exhibition near Eichstätt or call us if you have any questions. You are also welcome to request a quotation or a sample directly:

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