Here’s a sneak peek at a huge renovation currently in progress. This century home located in Barrie is being updated with a modern kitchen, complete with a feature wall in cultured stone, as well as a powder room off the kitchen with a cultured stone wainscoting design. When the renovation is completed, I’ll post another set of pictures – I’m told this home renovation will also be featured in a magazine and the complete story will appear once completed and published. Stay tuned…..
Cultured Stone feature wall in kitchen
Another view of the kitchen feature wall
Cultured stone wainscoting in the main-floor powder room
Finally, a view of the cultured stone work in the kitchen and powder room. Photos of the finished project coming soon.
Are you trying to sell your home? Or maybe you’re just wanting to add some curb appeal? A cultured stone exterior is a great way to give your home a memorable first impression.
Check out this beautiful home. My clients wanted their house to stand out, so I added just enough cultured stone to highlight the architectural details of the home.
Combining Cultured Stone and Stucco gives great high end curb appeal
Whether you are planning a new build, or a face lift to your existing home or office consider using CULTURED STONE.
For those who have a home with brick exterior, consider adding cultured stone to give it an updated look with a huge curb appeal without structural worries – i.e. no extra cost or need to tear down your old brick, or install footings – in most instances, cultured stone is applied directly to the face of the brick!
For those who have a home with siding exterior, the installation is still relatively simple. Old siding comes down, and very little prep work is required to begin refacing with cultured stone.
For this project I installed cultured stone to the exterior of this home – using a style and colour pallette that is warm, inviting and provides fabulous curb appeal.