An interior makeover in a rustic style can be a truly evocative decision for any homeowner. Not only will it satisfy some of the most primal yearnings of guests and residents — desires of comfort, protection, and security — but it can also be a pleasant emotional journey for the decorator too. Before looking at fabric swatches or pulling out books of paint samples, consider the following tips to nail the perfect style.
If you work in the stone industry it's no surprise to see natural stone steps grow in popularity. These products have been a part of architecture and design for centuries but were typically used on "high end" projects due to the cost. Now they are more available and less expensive so they are used more often.
Sterling Stan Steps Added to This Landscape
We are excited to introduce our newest natural stone educational resource, a guide on how to install stone veneer panels. Earlier this year we introduced our Thinstak Veneer™ product line. These natural stone panels are great for exterior and interior applications but it's important they are installed properly.
Picture of Sea Island Interior Installation
Natural stone veneer is used for many exterior applications. It's common for siding, chimneys, fireplaces, walls, fire pits, and several other applications. Our natural stone steps and flagging continue to increase in popularity but this Long Island patio took our thinstone veneer and used it in a simple and unique way: risers.
Stone Veneer Risers on a Long Island Patio
There is a good chance you pass by a stone wall every day. They are so common you may not even notice them. That's the first step of having a stone problem, noticing it. The next step is acting on it. Now that you see stone walls all over the place, you're going to want to build your very own stone wall.