Marble has been processed since antiquity. Back then, the material was used in edifices and for sculptures. Today, marble decors are still very popular, and reproductions of the exquisite material can be found in nearly all board collections. Indeed, Ostermann has just added four new decors to its extensive range of ABS edgings.
Marble is en vogue in interior design. It stands out with a high-grade look, comes in many different variations, and its different colours and inclusions make every board unique. The massive stone material is hard to process, though – at least, with woodworking machinery.
Fortunately, Ostermann has just launched four new ABS edgings with marble decors. These are available in the dimensions 23, 33, 43 and 100 x 2mm, and supplied from a length of 1m. For further information on the new decor edgings, enter the search item ‘Highlights05’ into Ostermann’s website.
ABS edging Engelsberg Marble
Engelsberg marble is known for its red colours, interspersed with white streaks. It can be seen in many Viennese buildings – for example, in St Stephen’s Cathedral.
Nowadays, the material no longer meets the requirements for building materials due to its lower compressive strength – but anyone still wishing to apply its unique look to interior design can use the ABS edging, Engelsberg Marble.
ABS edging Oriental Stone Brown
The Ostermann ABS edging Oriental Stone Brown shows a classic marble decor with a basis of dark brown shades, interspersed with streaks in tones from light orange to white.
What makes it special is the matt surface finish, which goes perfectly with cutting-edge matt and light plain boards, but also with dark wood decors.
ABS edging Kings Marble Green
This edging captivates with a very matt look, as well. On the natural decor, dark, blue-green inclusions are surrounded by many grey-brown streaks. The consistent design of the surface is suited for a combination with uni-coloured sandy shades or light woods.
ABS edging Carrara Marble
The term Carrara marble hardly needs any further explanation. The origin of the famous rock is northern Tuscany. Classic Carrara marble is usually white, sometimes slightly grey, blue, yellowish or reddish. The Ostermann edging is mainly white, with slight grey inclusions. Due to its rather neutral colour scheme, it can be combined in many ways.