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What Color Should Your Stone Veneer Be?



Do you love the look of stone veneer but aren’t sure which color you want it to be? If so, then discover what common colors stone veneer can come in and what each color provides for your home.


1. Gray


Many people automatically think of gray as the base — and perhaps only — color for stone veneer. However, gray doesn’t have to be a standard default. It comes in a range of hues and shades to enhance and beautify your home.


Gray gives off a sense of neutrality, which can good if you want to maintain a clean, standard look. However, it can also give off a sense of dullness, which is something that many homeowners want to avoid. Yet, if you choose a silvery or vibrant gray hue, you can often provide a sense of grandeur or coolness.


Gray stone veneer is applicable in most places but is often seen on the exterior of a home. It is a great choice for exterior walls, outdoor or indoor fireplaces, or around support beams.


2. Brown


Brown is another popular option for its rich and earthy tones. If you love nature or want to give off a rustic feel, brown is a good choice to make.


Brown can provide a sense of comfort and simplicity. However, with the wrong setup, brown can sometimes fade into the background. In choosing the right shade of brown, make sure that it meets your ultimate goal, whether you want it to stand out or complement the rest of your home’s look.


Like gray, brown is applicable wherever you want to install stone veneer. However, it is a good choice for both inside and outside applications. Whether you want to emphasize a rustic look with a stone veneer fireplace, decorate an outdoor space with stone veneer walls, or provide guests with a sense of hominess in your entryway, brown is an option to consider.


3. White


White is another color for stone veneer that can invite interest and beauty to your overall home’s look. It can stand out or fit in well with other colors, depending on what you want to achieve.


White can represent cleanliness and beauty, especially if it stands out from other contrasting colors. White is a good choice if you want to show off your stone veneer. However, white can sometimes feel cold, which can be off-putting to some. Make sure to carefully consider your white stone veneer options to make sure that you choose the right one for your home.


White stone veneer is often a good choice for the exterior of your home, specifically for your walls. That way, it can provide a quality first impression.


4. Red


Like brown, red stone veneer can seem like a good choice for warm, natural beauty. However, unlike brown, red stone veneer can vary drastically because of its diverse meanings.


Red is often associated with excitement or danger. While red stone veneer probably won’t ever be as vibrant as red paint, it can still give off a sense of enthusiasm and energy. Red is a good choice if you want to liven up your home’s look or display its beauty in a unique, fun, and interesting way.


Red is applicable anywhere you can put stone veneer, but it might work best as an isolated element, such as for a fireplace, entryway, or specific wall, to enhance the effect that the stone veneer should have.


If you want to discover what stone veneer would look best on the outside and inside of your home, speak to Harristone. We can provide quality stone veneer products for wherever you want to place them. We look forward to letting you know about different color options and products for your stone veneer project.

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