Cultured Stone® has everything you need to create a unique and memorable interior and exterior design. From the kitchen to the patio, from the entranceway to the great room, to the exterior face of your home, Cultured Stone® has the color and texture to match any setting for a natural fit.
Their products come in an unmatched variety of colors and textures to provide you with limitless ways to create the custom look you want — inside and out. Many of their surfaces look exactly like the natural stones from which they were molded-right down to the smallest detail.
Here is a sampling of some of their most popular and authentic looking stones:
The distinctive style of Cobblefield manufactured stone veneer evokes the rugged architecture of rural 19th-century America. It's an "uncoursed" stone, meaning that it isn't designed to line up into uniform rows. Rough-hewn and informal, yet trim and organized—it's equally at home in both traditional and contemporary architectural environments and is available in nine colors.
• Country Ledgestone
Country Ledgestone is probably the most popular stone offered by Cultured Stone® because of its warm Arts & Crafts flavor. Its extensive palette allows for virtually endless opportunities to mix and match the texture with today's wide variety of home building products. The extensive color palette also offers subtle variations from other Cultured Stone® ledgestones.
• Dressed Fieldstone
Dressed Fieldstone has a timeless look. Its rugged character evokes age-old building materials, yet it also looks at home in a more contemporary architectural setting. Thanks to its rich texture and range of colors (including the subtle mica sheen of Bucks County or Aspen) it's suited to any number of design interpretations.
• Drystack Ledgestone
The texture and variation of Drystack Ledgestone capture both light and shadow. Each stone comes in carefully selected and shapes and sizes to accommodate tight spaces. Its rustic color palette blends well with contemporary roofing and wall finishes.
• European Castle Stone
Reminiscent of majestic European castles, this favorite offers both ageless appeal and ease of installation. Its patented interlocking mortar grooves create a precise, groutless appearance—much like the castles of old. Available in a selection of heights and lengths, these geometric looking stones are exceptionally compatible with a broad range of architectural styles.
Throughout the history of homebuilding, fieldstone has remained the handiest and most commonly used of all building materials because it has natural appeal. Wherever this surface appears—indoors, outdoors, in tailored architecture or on a log home in the woods—it provides a powerful, rugged character no other material can match.
• Old Country Fieldstone
Inspired by great European country architecture, this texture allows for a wide variety of looks depending on how it's applied. With a wide overgrout joint it gives the appearance of rural stonework done in a past century. At the other end of the spectrum, set horizontally and fitted tight, it can offer a far more formal, urban presence.
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