Rustic wood restaurant bar interior stone veneer – ledge stone veneer stacked stone masonry Spalted Oak stone colors

It’s fitting that Blue Rock Bar & Grill‘s trendy rustic wood and interior stone veneer restaurant bar design features a stacked stone veneer blend of primarily Spalted Oak Ledgestone with a few pieces of Spalted Oak Siena natural stone in the mix. The shadowy blue stone colors in this full or thin stone veneer speak to the Blue Rock name. Additionally, the overall style of this Blue Rock veneer interior masonry application is that of a rustic ledge stone veneer. The linear layered look of the stone pillar and accent wall stone installations is typical of a ledgestone architectural stone; complementary to wood panel accent walls, exposed wood beams and ceilings and a dining area with modern reclaimed wood farm tables with birch tree room dividers.

Rustic wood interior restaurant bar design building with stone masonry – ledge stone stacked stone veneer

Along with best experiences provided along this client’s journey, Buechel Stone veneer suppliers had the perfect natural stone option waiting when it came to their choice of building with stone for the interior architecture. Spalted Oak Ledgestone brings blue stone shadow and warm honey stone color tones to our Ledgestone Line. The low heights and thin layers of stone reminiscent of a historic technique employed by masons for easier coursing is revived using heights from 1/2” to 3” and lengths from 4” to 16” for both full and thin veneer stone. Spalted Oak Siena brings the same stone colors (as the ledge stone veneer product) to our Fieldledge Line. The natural stone color range of the resulting blend includes grays, tans, charcoals, whites, buffs, blues, dark grays, beiges with occasional oranges, browns, and blacks; and the natural stone (schist) pieces have a similar look as a granite stone veneer.

A finished building stone veneer exterior or interior dry stacked stone or mortar masonry installation in the combined Ledgestone and Fieldledge pattern combines the random appearance of a fieldstone veneer and the layered look of ledge stone veneer pieces. Refer to our ledgestone post or stone masonry blog for more details about how to install stone veneer in any one of the styles or patterns from 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. Buy stone veneer from Buechel – for best experiences that make us your ONLY REAL CHOICE IN real STONE!

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