Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Warm up with Natural Stone Fireplace Photos

After a couple of snowy days including the Blizzard of 2015, we thought you might want to warm up with some cozy fireplace photos. Each of the below photos features a natural stone native to New England. The stones have been gathered, sorted for quality, split into the different shapes, and cut thin (approximately 1.0 inch) so it can be applied directly onto any masonry surface without a footing for support. Each photo is labeled with the stone pictured.

For more inspirational fireplace photos, please visit:


Aswathi Cedar said...

Nice..The design of natural stone cladding implemented near fireplace is awesome.

Pavlos Lombardi said...

I've been wanting to get some nice stone siding for the longest time now. I just feel like it would look really nice with the theme of my house. How much does stone siding usually cost?

amcgarry said...

Hello Pavlos,
Thank you for your kind words and your interest in our products. Someone will be contacting you shortly to answer your questions about cost. In the meantime, you can take a look at all of the different stone siding options we have here: