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Slabs series update

10 september 2015

The trend is clear: natural stone is attracting more and more of an interest. This is reflected in all sorts of imitations in building materials, but also in the use of natural stone prints in fashion and wallpaper, for example.
Fortunately, more natural stone itself is also used. With over 30 years' experience in this natural product, Beltrami recently modernised its slabs range and readjusted its offer to better meet market demand for materials, finishes and colours and application trends.

The result is a wide range of natural stone slabs - from traditional to the more exclusive materials - in three categories: budget-friendly BMC (Beltrami Marble Composite), high quality BQS (Beltrami Quartz Surfaces) and BNatural, a collection that includes both traditional granite and more unusual materials.

Within BNatural, particularly white, pure marbles such as Bianco Carrara, Calacatta and Statuario are much sought after. However, Beltrami prefers to open up its entire collection by deepening it rather than widening it. It specifically wants to offer more diversity and choice in dimensions, material types and finishes by intensifying its collaboration with acclaimed national and international suppliers. Beltrami works very closely with Carrières du Hainaut, which provides its Belgian bluestone. Besides offering this well-known classic, Beltrami also aims to inspire architects and individuals in the future with special materials, dimensions and finishes that are tailored to its customer.