Colonial Tan Square & Rec Home Siding

From Ordinary to Extraordinary Architectural Design

Applications: Chimneys, Fireplaces, Foundations, SidingLocation:

With Unique Color Combinations and Colonial Tan Natural Stone Siding

What a combination! Green never looked so good as it does paired with the earthy tones of natural stone. This traditional home creatively infused its design with unique applications of the Colonial Tan Square & Rectangular. These include covering the exposed foundation, stair risers, columns, as an accent around a one and two story bay window, chimney, and fireplace.

Stone is the perfect way to add a finishing touch to any new or remodeled home. The exposed concrete foundation was covered with Colonial Tan Square & Rectangular and capped with a Bluestone sill. The neutral tan, beige, and brown of the material blend perfectly with the decorative landscaping. The ultimate touch was the pop of color added by using vibrant plants and flowers.

The best part about working with Thin Veneer is that it is light enough to be installed on the interior, while durable enough to withstand even the harshest climates. With this project, the same stone (Colonial Tan Square & Rectangular) that was used on the exterior was brought inside and used on a fireplace feature.

The attention to detail that was taken in the design of this home raised the appearance from something ordinary to an elegant masterpiece.

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