Rustic Chimney with a mix of Boston Blend Round, Ledgestone, and Square & Rectangular Thin Stone Veneer

Finished chimney stone projects using natural new england thin stone veneer project photos

can I live here with a fire roaring and working on my Mosaics day after day.......what a dream...

The stone work on this cottage is charming-log frame for windows is great, change wood siding between stone & shingles to something with more contrast

This gorgeous cottage is like something about of a fairy tale.

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Personalized Photo Charms Compatible with Pandora Bracelets. This gorgeous cottage is like something about of a fairy tale.

Stone chimney, cedar roof, rustic love!

wow, so close to the little cabin Granny & Grandpa lived in! Granny cooked from her fireplace for all meals!

#repin by KristieLatham.com

Brick/stone statement fireplace, wood beams, unique light fixtures throughout, open concept, high ceilings.

love the rock on the chimmney. I wonder if they have ones you can stick on an existing chimmney

Curb Appeal

stacked stone fireplace, dormer window with bracket supports and overhang, flowerbox.

Stonehedge Farm by Catalano Architects

Stonehedge Farm by Catalano Architects

Stonehedge Farm by Catalano Architects Exterior View At Daylight Among Stones Accompanied By White Wall Framed

Stone accents, architectural details, and impeccable landscaping give this home some amazing curb appeal. They used the Boston Blend Round Thin Veneer on the chimney, surrounding the entrance, as a wall accent, and on columns.     The gray color of the siding blends perfectly with the neutral colors that make up the Boston Blend Round. A farmers porch complete with rocking chairs has the perfect rustic stone backdrop for those lazy Sundays. The chimney stands tall with bluestone caps.

Boston Blend Round Thin Veneer was used as stone siding, foundation covering, and on a chimney.

Log Home with stone!

Log Home with stone! Could do without the MASSIVE stone chunk right in between those beautiful windows though.

Glazed oak gable with traditional brick and stone chimney

Glazed oak gable with traditional brick and stone chimney by Roderick James Architects

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