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All our wall claddings are designed to cover exterior and interior walls. ORSOL offers you a wide collection of reconstituted stone wall cladding slabs in subtle hues and natural textures for classic or contemporary decors that are as true to life as nature itself.

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Exceptional products for a home that reflects your image

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Siding for every taste

Stone wall cladding offers a wide variety of stone choices: slab cladding, dry stone, jointed rubble stone, brick and briquette, ashlar, millstone, stone barrette... in a wide choice of shades.

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Endless possibilities

Stone cladding is a real asset to your decor. It combines easily with other materials such as wood, plaster, metal and glass. Indoors, dare to combine it with a colorful wall to enhance your décor and give it character. Outdoors, emphasize the volumes of a building in a traditional or more contemporary way.

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Decors that look just like you

A trendy way to dress the walls of your home, wall cladding lets you give free rein to your creativity for a made-to-measure decor: traditional look, loft spirit, minimalist ambience, industrial style... To give a kitchen, bathroom, living room or even an exterior facade a makeover, wall cladding is the easy solution if you don't necessarily want to embark on major works: in slab or stone to stone, its thin thickness makes it a decorative element that can be glued to multiple supports.

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Facing stones: what are they?

Cladding slabs or facing stones are relatively thin decorative wall claddings used to give walls the appearance of stone or brick. Unlike paint or wallpaper, stone cladding adds relief to walls, making it easy to personalize your living space. Cladding panels can be made of natural stone, plaster, terracotta, reconstituted stone, etc. They come in a variety of formats and offer a vast choice of visual effects.

Where can stone cladding be installed?

The stones can be installed both indoors and outdoors, provided they are made of reconstituted stone. These cladding slabs are ideal not only for cladding façades, but also for adding a decorative touch to any setting. Cladding slabs can also be used to decorate outdoor features such as low walls, planters, ponds… Consult our Documenthèque to find out more about permissible substrates.

What are the advantages of cladding panels?

Their thin thickness makes facing stones much easier to install than solid stones, and they generally represent a lower budget. They can therefore be easily adapted to new-build or renovation projects, with a warm, authentic look. When it comes to cladding panels, reconstituted stone offers a number of advantages: relatively thin and light, it can be installed both indoors and outdoors (it’s frost-resistant, unlike plaster, for example), while offering highly realistic textures and nuances.

Which style of facing stone to choose?

There’s a wide variety of faceplates to choose from, so there’s something for everyone: the different reliefs, textures and shades can be used to create many different atmospheres. Depending on the style of your living environment and the desired aesthetic effect, you may opt for more traditional cladding (old rubble or limestone, vintage brick, ashlar…) or more contemporary cladding (stone strips, geometric shapes, graphic rendering…). Browse our catalog for inspiring ideas!

How to install and maintain cladding panels?

Our facing stones are double-glued: the wall is coated with mortar-glue, and the backs of the facing stones are buttered. Some of our slabs have to be jointed after installation, while others are simply glued edge-to-edge. If you’re a do-it-yourselfer, you can carry out the installation yourself, using the many technical tips on our site to guide you. Outside or in damp rooms (bathrooms, kitchens), we recommend waterproofing cladding boards for greater durability (this operation should be repeated every 5 years or so). On the other hand, no special maintenance is required for siding installed indoors.