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Two Different Applications When Installing Ledge Stone Veneer

6/3/20 1:00 PM / by Noah Dempsey posted in Installation, Ledgestone Veneer, Natural Stone Veneer, Stone Veneer, Thinstone Veneer, Stone siding, home design, Design Inspiration

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There are multiple factors that contribute to the appeal of natural stone. Some include the unique and natural yet customizable aspects to any project that calls for the use of natural stone. Depending on the desired look, the most common stone veneer patterns : Mosaic, roughly Squares and Rectangles, Ashlar, Strip, Ledgestone and Rounds. These patterns can then be applied by masons/contractors using different techniques that offer yet another variable to the project. The Ledgestone projects below show two different ways this pattern can be used to transform any indoor/outdoor or landscape area. Harbor Mist  natural Ledge Stone Driveway

Harbor Mist Ledge Stone Wall

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6 Interior Stone Veneer Projects

5/5/20 3:45 PM / by Noah Dempsey posted in Home Improvement, Interior Design, Stone Veneer, Thinstone Veneer, Colonial Tan, Spruce Mtn., stone wall, home design, Home Renovations, kitchen design, Nutmeg Ridge, Greenwich Blue, Design Ideas

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When it comes to using Natural Stone Veneer on the interior of your home the most common application is for a fireplace. While we love the hundreds of fireplaces we’ve contributed in creating like this Connecticut Blend Ledge fireplace below, we also like to see the different ways natural stone is used throughout a home. 

Connecticut Blend Natural Stone Fireplace

CT Blend Ledge Fireplace

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Feature Project: Inhabitable Work of Art.

4/28/20 10:30 AM / by Noah Dempsey posted in Veneer Fireplace, modern design, Residential Projects, home design, new home, design build, Design Inspiration

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When dealing with Natural Stone Veneer there’s no such thing as two-of-a-kind. All houses made with stone whether on the exterior or interior are totally unique. That is especially true for this home dubbed the Inhabitable Work of Art. Inhabitable Work of Art made with Natural Fieldstone Dark Veneer

Inhabitable Work Of Art: Main Fireplace and Backside

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2018 Home Design Trends - AIA Survey

10/3/18 9:18 AM / by Mike Wolfe posted in Trending, home design, AIA, Building Material Data

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The AIA recently published their Home Design Trends Survey results for Q2 2018, one of four studies they will release this year. These studies provide great insight into market trends and can help architects, masons, and contractors plan for the future. 

Home Design Trends

Special Function Spaces Are A Growing Trend

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