Silver Grey Sierra XLX Stacked Stone Fireplace
Floor to Ceiling Sierra XLX Stacked Stone FireplaceFor several years now, Grey has been a very trendy color in design for both residential and commercial projects.At Norstone we searched far and wide to find a stone capable of adding to our stacked stone series that fit the color mark of a neutral grey.Sierra XLX officially launched in the summer of 2018 and is a beautiful blend of light silver grey with brownish, almost rust color accents.This photo taken from the side of the fireplace really shows off our outside finger jointed corner units.If you’re interested in stacked stone for your fireplace or any other vertical wall project, check out natural stone products online and contact us to learn more about our easy to install panel systems for stacked stone walls.
Cozy Fireplace Renovation Ideas
If you’re thinking about creating a cozy, fireside setting, here are some ideas to get your fireplace renovation started!With the heat of the fireplace nearby, and an outdoor firepit on the deck, the life of both spaces is extended longer into the year.This client in Carmel chose a gray and white stacked stone surround for the fireplace in their living room.The floor to ceiling design is a standout and brings a visual warmth to the space, even when the fireplace isn’t on!For more inspiration, check out our latest fireplace renovation case study.
Stacked Stone Fireplace Before & After
I’m beyond excited to share a before and after of our stacked stone fireplace with you all.This is the type of project that appears to be a hot mess until you reach the finish line.THE FIREPLACE BEFOREThe original stone matched that of what was used on the outside of our home.Overall it was about a three day project (working maybe 4-5 hours a day) and then an hour or so for touch up and clean up.Make it a great day.
For Sale: 235 Island Drive, Livingston, TX 77351
Gorgeous floor to ceiling stone fireplace in living room!Laundry room has large sink and opens to the primary walk-in closet for convenience.The home is located on a secluded cove with lake views as far as you can see.You should have no trouble relaxing in this room with its beautiful ceilings and wall of lake views.Enjoy the lake views from your primary suite.
Mid Century Modern Stacked Stone Fireplace
Mid Century Modern Charcoal Stacked Stone Fireplace ProjectWe get a chance to see a lot of stacked stone fireplace projects that our clients are working on and every so often one like this comes across our desks that we get really excited about.Even though this space will probably be magazine worthy once fully decorated and styled, we couldn’t help ourselves from writing about this cool Mid Century Modern stacked stone fireplace that used our Standard Series Charcoal Rock Panels.From a design standpoint, the sleek, low slung features of the fireplace really exude that Mid Century Modern Vibe going on in this space.The overall color pallete and material selection of the space also hits on the Mid Century Modern design.Thanks for taking a look at this cool stacked stone fireplace project with us today.
6 Lighting Upgrades throughout the House
Aside from our closet and Eliza’s bathroom, I think there’s only one original light remaining in our house.I’ll share that one in a bit 😉 But before we get there, and while I could argue a case for each room in our house, here are five different spaces where a change in the lighting and lighting upgrades made a BIG difference in my home.Kitchen Bar Believe it or not, when our home was built, we paid a premium for lighting.I found THIS lighting company which sells open box Visual Comfort and other designer lighting through an eBay storefront.For our bar pendants, I was able to find one through my go-to lighting company (HERE) for a steal.
design dilemma floor to ceiling stone fireplace
We recently moved into a beautiful home, but the stone work in the living room seems to overwhelm this tiny fireplace.We had our Christmas tree in this corner with lots of decorations that made the area seem warm and full, but now that it’s all down it seems blank and sterile.Please ignore all the kid toys!Could you put a natural wood mantle up?Thanks in advance for any help!
Stone fireplaces are not new, but having the stone go floor to
Stone fireplaces are not new, but having the stone go floor to ceiling is especially popular now.(Getty Images)
Two Story White Stacked Stone Fireplace
Stunning Two Story White Stacked Stone FireplaceOpen concept floor plans with massive two story great rooms are one of our favorite residential designs.This photo, taken from an upper hallway down into the room shows what kind of heights this stacked stone fireplace reaches.The weight of the stone is also an important consideration, which is what makes a thin stone veneer product ideal for a tall installation like this.Starting with the white stacked stone panels as the centerpiece, the walls and couches all flow nicely into a very neutral range of whites and creams.Whether you have a short, tall, or no fireplace at all – Norstone Rock Panels and Stone Veneer products are worth considering for your next wall covering project.
Fantastic WoodRidge Fireplaces
Whether a more traditional stone for a rustic lodge look, sleek tile, simple concrete, or a modern steel facade, in a WoodRidge custom home a fireplace is a masterpiece in any room.The popular tile fireplace is trendy, sleek and more cost effective.This amazing steel fireplace facade makes a modern statement!Here WoodRidge created a beautiful wood design to complete the floor to ceiling fireplace.This extraordinary fireplace is in our Mountain Contemporary style plan of a WoodRidge Custom Homes spec house.
Hanover Colonial features floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace
Spring House Hunt Open house: Hanover Colonial features floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace Listed for $949,900, the home has five bedrooms and 3.5 baths.40 Village Lane in Hanover has high ceilings and detailed moldings.via MLSThis three-level Hanover Colonial, built on a cul-de-sac in 1995, sits on 0.71 of an acre and has 4,576 square feet of living space.The property, 40 Village Lane, is listed for $949,900 and has five bedrooms and 3.5 baths.Thanks to an open floor plan, the dining area stretches into the family room, which features a floor-to-ceiling fieldstone fireplace and a slider to a composite deck.
Rate – $400-650/nightSize – 3 Bedrooms • 3 Bathrooms (2 full, 1 half) 3 Baths (2 full, 1 half) • Sleeps 1-10Amenities – Allows pets Accessible Internet Fireplace Mountain View Forest Hot Tub (more...)Welcome to Mockingbird Hill Cabin!With an upper and lower deck, the outdoor living areas offer multiple gathering spaces to create memories with family and friends.THE OUTDOOR SPACEThe outdoor living space at Mockingbird Hill is truly exceptional!The lower covered deck includes a gas fireplace, plus a ping pong table, cornhole boards, and plenty of seating.The upstairs covered deck includes another fireplace, a comfortable lounge area, outdoor dining for six, plus incredible treehouse views of the surrounding area.
In the new family room, an antique brass detail in the top of the custom walnut side table is an electrical port.Her clients’ willingness to take risks is what made their game room successful, says Gates.“Not everyone will commit to wall-to-wall blue-plaid carpet.But they really went for it, and it’s so perfect for what that room is.” The carpet is from STARK, while the pool table and shuffleboard are custom through Pharaoh USA.A ceiling fixture from Visual Comfort tops it all off.
Fireplace Design Ideas
Living Room Fireplace Design IdeasA fireplace can fit into just about any space in the house, but the classic location is definitely a living room.Stone Fireplace Surround With Red BrickIt’s important to not only consider how your fireplace design will look but also it’s surroundings.Pro Tip: One of the best fireplace design ideas we use regularly in our own designs is to use the fireplace as a way to create contrast.Pro Tip: One of the fireplace design ideas we use a lot in our interior design work is using harmonious colors.Modern Fireplace With Grid Panel SurroundIf your here looking for modern fireplace design ideas then consider the example above.
3 Ways to Paint Outdated Stone.
We have 3 products you can use to easily update interior or exterior stone: Classico Limewash, Masonry Flat and Lime Slurry.Romabio Classico Limewash is her go-to product for stone because it gives design flexibility, is easy to distress and allows the hue and texture of the original stone to show through.If that is your goal, you’re much better off using Romabio Masonry Flat from the get-go.#3 Lime SlurryOne of our newest lime paints is Romabio Lime Slurry, an authentic slaked-lime, textured product that is in between a paint and a plaster.Then choose your ideal Romabio Masonry Paint or Finish to go over the top of everything.