Real projects by real people.
Check back often to see the latest projects submitted by our users, as well as new information about AirStone and links to helpful articles.
Layla Palmer detailed her AirStone project on her awesome blog, “The Lettered Cottage.” Layla writes: “Today’s post is all about the AirStone faux stone on the front of the fireplace. We found our AirStone at Lowe’s in Montgomery but apparently it’s not available at every location. If you’re interested in picking some up, you may want to give your local Lowes a call first to see if they have it. At first, I thought it was going to feel like foam, but it really does feel just like stone! We used the Spring Creek-color, and here’s a photo of the finished product, what a difference, huh?”
“After searching for bricks we stumbled on AirStone at Lowe’s. It was easy to work with and does cut with a hacksaw. I would recommend a miter box. You do have to be a little imaginative to place the stones. Next phase, the cabinets and counters! Great product folks! Take your time and have fun!” –Bob
Writes Kenny: “I just finished adding AirStone to my staircase and wanted to share the images and success story with you. Working on a curved surface is certainly not as easy as a flat surface but it is actually not too difficult. I added extra adhesive behind the area the protruded the farthest from the wall. It actually set up nicely and was secured adequately to the wall. I think that a key point to remember is to use shorter pieces in the area that has the greatest curvature. I am happy to show everyone the endless possibilities that your product offers and I will submit future projects once they are complete!”
This product is great to work with. Really easy to cut. Takes a little time but the outcome is really worth it. The product is priced right and easy to install. This was a closet that we were able to reverse and install a linear gas fireplace. What a change to our family room. –Greg