The Natural Stone Source Book – Claim Your Free Copy

The Natural Stone Source Book is designed to be both inspirational and educational, providing the information and visual stimulation required for successful completion of your natural stone project.  Whether you are involved in a new build development or a restoration job, a large bathroom project or a small kitchen space, this source book is your comprehensive reference point.

The Source Book contains a directory of all of our members, as well as the 2016 Natural Stone Awards brochure, acting as both a source of information and inspiration.  You can have total confidence and peace of mind that when you employ the services of a Member company, you are using a competent natural stone professional who is backed by the services offered by Stone Federation, the official trade association for the natural stone industry.

We have over 100 years’ experience in connecting interior designers and architects with the best materials and professionals.

Our membership contains over 240 natural stone firms, covering everything from international stone suppliers and British quarry operators through to design consultants and sealant manufacturers.  Each of our members are vetted and approved and have access to a vast resource of technical backup, training, and guidance documents on all the latest Government legislation and guides to best practice.

We are delighted to be offer all Art of Design readers a free copy of this publication.  To access your free copy, go to www.bit.ly/SourceBook

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