The History of Stone Veneers

Flexible stone veneers were first created by accident in 1995 when a slate furniture designer Gernot Ehrlich of Germany found that when resins used to bond slate tiles were removed from a broken table top a remaining stone skin, or veneer, of the original stone was left attached to the resin. After many years of research and development the process was perfected to an entire new series of veneer products. These materials are now produced worldwide and used for flooring, cabinet fronts, door skins, wall covering, columns, furniture, and wherever flexible a real stone look is desired.

Flexible Stone unites the genuine beauty of nature, as each sheet is unique, with the flexibility, robustness and lightness of the fiberglass. Becoming a very convenient product with low cost of installation and maintenance.

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