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How to get stone’s effect on your furniture ?

Project on a buffet with our New York mica

Your furniture is very important in the overall decoration of your home : it is everywhere and fills the space. In this article, we will reveal you how to get stone’s effect on your furniture. This sideboard is decorated with our New York model. This stone is a dark toned mica with 45 degree veins. Its regular and straight lines remind you of the straight lines of New York City. The sober and refined decoration of the apartment highlights this stone’s furniture buffet and makes it the centerpiece of the room. Our mica will give a modern and contemporary touch to this beautiful sideboard. If you want to modernize your home, a stone sheet is a great and natural way to do it.

Project on a closet with our Toronto unpolished marble

Now let’s have a look at a closet covering project. Our model Toronto covers the doors of this furniture. Toronto is unpolished marble, with grey and white tones and profound veins. This project has been made on a typical parisian condo. With minimalistic decoration, this mineral touch makes the space more fresh and bright. The wood floor and the natural stone play with classic and modern styles, while staying very sober. Dare the unpolished marble on your furniture !

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Our advice

As for the furniture covering, two ranges are available : the classic StoneLeaf and the Stick&Stone. Stick&Stone products are adhesive stone sheets, easy to install even for beginners.The wide range of stones with different colors available will let you create multiple atmospheres. In total, 24 models including 9 Stick&Stone models are presented to you. As a professional, you can have access to 6 additional models through the profesional portal of our shop. The stone sheet can be installed on a lot of different surfaces : wood, metal, concrete, plasterboard, ceramic, tiles, mosaic, … You can learn more about it through our installation protocols videos in the “Media” section at the bottom of the page.

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