Highland Scotch Ashlar Stone Facade & Veneer Stone Pillars

Highland Scotch Ashlar veneer stone cladding is featured on this stone home. The exterior stone veneer for the ashlar stone facade and real stone pillars showcases the honey natural stone colors of Highland Scotch material. The homeowner or designer opted for a traditional mortar masonry install using thin buff grout joints (rather than dry stacked stone veneer) complementary to the real stone colors in combination with rustic red colored siding and neutral beige shakes.

Ashlar describes the finest masonry units of dressed and cut stones that are worked until squared. Capable of thin joints between stones, the linear appearance of an ashlar pattern stone installation results in the most traditional natural stone masonry application. Pieces range in heights from 1/2″ to 6″ and lengths from 6″ up to 24″ for both full and thin veneer stone. Its natural stone color range includes buffs, tans, golds, oranges, browns, grays, yellows, rusts, and whites with occasional burgundy and black.


A finished building stone veneer and stacked stone or grout installation in the Ashlar stone veneer pattern of stone installation is sometimes referred to as a 2:1 pattern. Refer to our stone masonry blog for more details about how to install interior stone veneer in any one of the styles or patterns in our exceptional collection of Building Stone Veneers. Check out our Brag Book or follow our Design Idea Boards on Pinterest for more veneer stone masonry inspiration! And buy stone veneer from Buechel – for best experiences that make us your ONLY REAL CHOICE IN real STONE.

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