Stone Cladding
Choose your preferred stone material for a natural look

Stone cladding is a décor feature that meets the requirement of traditional and more daring clients. With the range of stone materials available for cladding, clients can choose to add a natural touch to the interior or exterior of their home, or those looking for something more striking can choose to clad their bathrooms or the area around their fireplace. At Artmar, you are bound to find the exact cladding option you have been looking for.

There are several cladding options available on the market today, natural stone being one of the most luxurious and durable options. Stone is becoming a more affordable choice as technology improves and new products and techniques are developed continuously.



    Why opt for natural stone cladding?

    At Artmar, we specialise in the manufacture and supply of a vast selection of travertine, marble, sandstone, and quartzite cladding options. Clients do not only have the option to choose the stone material – we also have each stone option available in a selection of colours and finishes, thereby allowing clients to find something that truly meets their design requirements.

    Besides its aesthetic appeal, stone cladding also offers a lot of other benefits for property owners.

    Some advantages to consider include:

    • Cladding protects interior or exterior surfaces and can resist all weather conditions
    • It requires very little maintenance, and you will not have to repaint ever again
    • Cladding absorbs sound waves, thereby offering sound insulation
    • External cladding offers effective heat insulation, thereby allowing home owners to save on heating costs

    Feel free to browse through our range of cladding options, suited for interior and exterior applications. Please contact us should you have any further questions.

    Due to the inconsistency of the printing process, there may be colour variantions between the products in this brochure and the actual product supplied by Artmar.
    The onus is on the purchaser to ensure that the colour of the products provided is acceptable to them.