Contrasting shades of earth tones in this medium coarse tertiary Adirondack stone, serve to highlight the environment around it. A complex, yet humble stone, Black Bear is rich with colors from deep browns surrounded with swirling light browns and aqua blues and greens that bring contrasting colors to this mostly earth toned stone. A solid supporting player for the broader vision of your canvas.
A very popular stone in both New York and New England, North Creek offers a full range of the Adirondack Mountain colors blended together as one, and holds true to the regions’ properties of color. This medium coarse split granite has a color range of blues, purples, tans, and whites splashed about with red garnets. This stone has moderate veining in the Ashlar face with a soft white and light green line that travels horizontally across the stone. A stone that supports projects with a sense of place.
Lke no other stone in the Northeast, Blue Indigo features a deep blue and aqua green, married with subtle purples and brown background colors. This opulent stone is a medium coarse split granite born of the Adirondack Mountains. White, purple and green veining on the Ashlar face travel horizontally across the stone, adding to the majesty of its presence. If your project calls for a splash of vibrant natural color, Blue Indigo is your stone.
The growing popularity of this softer viewing Adirondack stone is due to the swirling burgundy, peach and scarlet galaxies of color living in its contrasting blue grey sea. Unique even among its fellow New York quarried stone, Port provides a complex, rich and warm style to distinctive projects.
From the mountains of New England, this dark colored mica schist rich stone conveys a visual depth. The range of deep grays, charcoals to rich ebony hues are unlike any other stone quarried in the Northeast. The light to medium coarse texture and unique look will set your project apart.
This hand-picked stone from the deep woods of Connecticut boasts rich earth tone hues. The fieldstone, in mosaic, ledge and mosaic ledge blend is selected with more angles and contour which provides the appeal of natural wall under lateral and vertical construction.
A classic look, with different color and style presentations for each cut. This hand selected Pennsylvania smooth coarse fieldstone brings the look of classic Northeast stonework to your project. Earth tones, grey and weathering make Chapman Ridge a nice alternative to round veneer.
These smooth textured round stones, sourced from riverbanks of New England, recall that classic lakeside camp cottage look and feel. With a variety of pastel hued colors, blue, black, gold, grey, even purple and peach, these River Rounds create a unique and natural color palette for your project.