Stack stone from CraftStone Australia used for styling modern homes without breaking the bank
Stone cladding is an ideal way to ornament a room without breaking the bank and to achieve this, stone cladding is used to add vibrancy to a dull structure.
Builders stack these stones to recreate nature’s natural stone walls seen in waterfalls and cliffs. Available from CraftStone Australia , stacked stones may look like complex structures but in reality, they are simple to install.
Builders are able to set up stack stone within short time frames and the stones used are either fake reproductions or real ones that are quarried into various shapes and sizes. Stack stones can be fitted in any part of the house including walls, bathrooms, living rooms, or kitchens. Stacked stones are generally used for aesthetic purposes but they are also known to be hardwearing.
The following suggestions provide some ideas on how to instantly add a touch of warmth to a home with stone cladding.
The fireplace is a popular household area, particularly during cold weather and designing a fireplace should not be taken for granted. Bricks are manufactured from an ordinary fireplace material but stack stone decoration is a good option as it instantly brings the outdoors inside and offers the warm comfort of home with its rustic appearance.
Using dry stone rocks in varying thickness and neutral shades can mimic mountain ambience and brings back old civilisation with quarry rocks in polygonal shapes. The heavy look of stacked stones may bring an additional feel of warmth during the cold time of year.
Some may also consider installing waterfalls in the garden or patio, or even in the bathroom. Decorating an ordinary wall with stacked stones that are fairly uniform in size offers a contemporary look; the key is to make sure that the stones do not stand out too far. Water should flow as close to the stones as possible, as opposed to a natural waterfall that looks like the water is jumping out. The former produces less noise providing a calming environment.
Nature lovers can create a stack stone pond with waterfalls with the pond walls being built using dry-stacked stones while the waterfall pedestal can be created with stacked stones that stick out in different degrees. A combination of real and simulated rocks can be applied. Spaces should be provided to accommodate plants that are commonly found around the stream and, of course, some fish can be added to the pond.
Decorating tastefully need not to cost a great deal. Stack stone styling is an affordable way to create a humble abode to be proud of.
To learn more about stacked stone, stack stone and wall cladding stones, make contact with CraftStone Australia.