March Feature Project – Complete Home Exterior

mars 16, 2016

Fusion Stone is often installed as an accent or as a complement to a larger space. Examples of this would be backsplashes and fireplaces. However, there is no rule that restricts the use of Fusion Stone to these smaller, although meaningful and beautiful projects.

Our feature project this month tips the idea of small and limited on its ear and boldly demonstrates that Fusion Stone has what it takes to be the dominant design feature for a bigger job.

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This large, modern, two story home is clad almost entirely in Fusion Stone Dry-Stack Caramel. This was a great choice to achieve the objectives for a project of this magnitude. The Dry-Stack style adds a vintage aspect to this contemporary design. The Caramel colour is a fantastic complement to all of the associated design elements including roof, window trim, facia, foundation and corners.

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The turret at the back of the house is a classic design element that shouts for stone and Fusion Stone meets the challenge magnificently. The multi-tones of Dry-Stack Caramel add character and dimension to this 10-window structure.

Big and bold is beautiful. If you are looking to make a statement, Fusion Stone is the answer.

And remember, Fusion Stone is available in three distinct profiles and comes in multiple colours. It is also maintenance-free, guaranteed for life, and available at over 1,500 building supply retailers across Canada.

Watch for our next feature project in April.

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