17 3月 2015

Manufactured Culture Stone Shows Massive Potential for Homes

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People have been used stone to making and decorating homes for thousands of years. But whereas in the past the stone had to be locally quarried and stacked, today we can get it from near and far, and we can use it as full blocks and thin veneers. The end result: We can select stone that has the color and texture we want for much less cost.

Culture Stone provides a sense of solidity, permanence and strength and is suitable for any style and any location. Stone can yield a full spectrum of results no matter used in blocks or as a veneer.

Chinese manufactured stone supplier -Leiyuan can make a great base. Because of culture stone’s sense of permanence, a stone base can anchor and establish a structure firmly in place. Larger stones in an irregular pattern create a firm base that complements the lightness of the structure above.

Cultured stone that provides texture can enliven a home’s composition. And the rough texture of manufactured stone can be a nice counterpoint to the adjoining wood and metal.

Culture stone from Leiyuan Company can be any color and size. Selecting a stone that has the hue you want, whether to blend in or stand out, has never been easier.

Culture Stone can be left raw. Culture stacked stone in its undressed state is rock, and rocks can be piled on top of one another to establish a connection to the site. As it transforms into stone, it becomes less foundation and more wall.

Culture Stone can create emphasis. A change in material from stucco to stone and a change in color from light to dark can create a focal point at the entrance or some other architectural feature.
Culture Stone can form an anchoring wall. As a front facade or an accent wall, culture stone can provide an anchoring wall that the remainder of the house grows from and connects to.

Culture Stone can be thin. Whether it’s manufactured culture stone veneer or naturally quarried stone that has been cut into a thin veneer, stone no longer needs to be heavy, massive and thick. Like today’s brick, stone can be applied as a paper-thin, two-dimensional decorative element.

Culture Stone can be old. Weathered and aged stone gives a home the persona of experience and longevity, reinforcing the permanence of what was built.

Culture Stone can be inside, too. With thin stone veneers, it’s never been easier, nor more cost effective, to bring stone in from the cold.

Culture Stone can be shaped and arranged. Dressed into irregular shapes and sizes, the culture stone is then stacked in a carefully planned, yet seemingly random, pattern that shows thought and craftsmanship.
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