A fireplace is the heart and soul of the home, as much now as it was centuries prior.
While modern conveniences may have lifted us out of the Dark Ages and replaced the fireplace with more conventional and time-saving comforts, there is truly no replacing the sacred tradition of gathering around the fire at night with your loved ones, or reflecting on the flame’s glow in a quiet moment alone.
Stone is the earliest and perhaps most enduring choice of material used for fireplace construction, and for good reason. Sturdy and irresistibly striking, stone is the stuff of castles and fortresses, and fire is naturally no exception. Stone fireplaces lend a majestic air to any home, as well as reinforcement against the elements.
Thankfully, you don’t need to go all in for a full Medieval stone fireplace; today’s stone veneers are both high-quality and well in line with interior haute couture values. Applying stone veneers to your fireplace surface saves both time and labor, and at no expense of the decadence and supreme performance you’d expect from a modern fireplace.
Perfect for inlaid as well as freestanding fireplaces and available in every conceivable style and material, stone veneers can truly turn a home into a palace.