Make A Dramatic Impact In Your Home With Stone Veneers.
Some of the most gorgeous architectural wonders of the world were made from natural stone. The endless beauty mother nature provides is beyond measure and since the Roman times, man has diligently experimented with ways to make stone easier to transport, manufacture, and install. We are finally at a time where natural stone can be carved into thin slices that are light enough to deliver/transport anywhere in the world. Faux stone has also received a major over replicating the most sought after stone in the world but without the hefty price tag.
Stone veneers are made from concrete mixtures, featuring various pigments that blend together in molds produced from the shapes of real stones. Because of this perfected process, stone and brick veneers have rapidly made their way into almost every residential and commercial construction project boasting a wide variety of styles and colors.
Let’s take a look at how this beautiful and versatile material adds a designer touch to home and commercial projects.
The slender horizontal ledgestones on this fireplace brings adds warmth to the living room while the simplicity of the stone and gray colors stay with the modern feel and add texture next to the floating shelves and dark wood cabinetry.
The rapidly popular farmhouse design made famous by the beloved Chip and Joanna Gaines of HGTV’s Fixer Upper made country cool again. Veneer stones and brick play a big part by adding dimension and vintage elements often found in farmhouse design.
As we mentioned, the great thing about stone veneers is you can create the look of the most sought after stone in the world, but without the hefty price tag associated with heavy natural stone.
This outdoor kitchen was designed with traditional elements in mind using a beige color pallet to compliment the dark stained cabinet doors and tan flooring.
A fun way to use stone or brick veneers is to mix materials in different sections of the space. This pictures is a great example of eclectic design which mixes textures, time periods and styles. The columns are simple and modern while the back focal wall showcases a worldly design element. Mixing rustic furniture pieces into the space provides a rich visually eye candy for customers to enjoy.