You’re probably thinking that those are stone tiles above, but, surprise, those tiles are made from recycled and reclaimed sources of paper-laminate. Paper-laminate? Yep, you read it right. Slate-ish is lightweight, strong, durable, and easy to install, and with geometric shapes like Hex, Tri, and Para, I think it’ll make it onto many of our future remodeling materials list.
“This tile can be used for feature walls, fireplace surrounds, reception areas, and even ceilings. Anywhere you might use natural stone, and few places you wouldn’t.”
-Sourced from reclaimed, recycled and FSC sources
-Made from paper – a renewable resource
-Available with Class A fire rating
-Light weight (less than 1 pound per square foot)
-No added structural support required for installation
-At least 6x stronger than natural stone
-Impact resistant, not brittle
-No special backing required
-Apply over sheetrock, wall paneling, etc.
-Simple Installation – only simple carpentry tools needed
-Made in the US