Beautiful flagstones create a classic look that never goes out of fashion. They're perfect for creating separate zones in the garden, such as a dining area, outdoor kitchen or a sun corner. Or bring nature indoors and let slate give the floor or fireplace, soft, organic lines.
With flagstones, you can create a traditional look in your cabin or exciting contrasts in a modern home. Either way, slate will fit easily into most surroundings.
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As the Norwegian saying goes, “beloved children have many names”. Flagstones, crazy paving slate slabs and paving slabs are the same. Characteristic for the slabs is that they have an irregular organic shape and are available in sizes from small to extra large. They can be laid outdoors as well as indoors.
Yes! Our three types of slate are old Nordic rocks that are non-slip, frost-proof, have a high breaking strength, and thus withstand a tough Nordic climate very well. Crazy paving can therefore be used both outdoors and indoors.
Flagstones can be laid in mortar, glued onto concrete slabs, laid in crushed stone/gravel or on pedestals. See our detailed guides and videos for customizing and laying flagstones.
Flagstones from different suppliers vary a lot in terms of size, shape and quality. When comparing prices, one should map the actual slate slab size (number of slabs per m2), shape requirements, frost protection and surface smoothness. As an example, Light Oppdal slate from Minera costs between € 29 – 34 per m2.
Yes! Our slates are non-slip and can withstand the Nordic climate, and are perfect for stairs. Flagstones can be glued to the surface of a concrete staircase and then grouted.
Trine and her family took the challenge. The advantage was that local slate from Norway had been used and thus possible to repurchase for the expansion. In addition, the Otta slate is so strong and durable that the 15 years of service life on the existing floor did not show at all!