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Tom added a unique twist to his AirStone (Vineyard Blend) project….two inlaid diamond patterns! He also noted, “I chose to leave the electrical outlet on the sheetrock instead of extending it so that the faceplate rested on the stones. That was a good choice since anything mounted on the surface of the stones will likely be uneven. I did the same for the TV mount. It’s flush to the sheetrock.”
For several years I have wanted to do a fireplace remodel. I couldn’t be more pleased with this product. The look of the stone, the ease of installation and the result. I would recommend this product to anyone that is looking for a great look at a reasonable price. Thank you AirStone for a fantastic product! — Patsy
Jared and Kelly shared: “We installed AirStone in our master bathroom. It was easy to cut…we used a wet tile saw. Thanks for a great product!”
Kelly added, “We used the Vineyard Blend color, but decided not to use the red tone because of our color scheme…I liked the red but not with the colors in our bath!”
Paul wanted to share this photo of his completed outdoor kitchen project, using AirStone Spring Creek.
Note: Just like natural stone, food splatters and/or grease could stain AirStone. We recommend applying a sealer when using AirStone as a kitchen backsplash, or on an outdoor grill. Use a high-quality brand for concrete, masonry, or natural stone and follow the manufacturer’s directions.
In her blog 1800 Farmhouse Road, Teresa writes, “I have wanted a stone fireplace forever. Hubby even went so far as to contact the brick layers that did our brick, and they said no way. The stone would be too heavy because our slab wasn’t built for it in the beginning. So…what’s a girl suppose to do..just give up?? No way! Well, take a look at my “faux” stone fireplace, that I did myself. It is AirStone, from Lowe’s. It is really easy to install, and doesn’t require a wet saw to cut.”
We asked Teresa more about her project, and she told us “Everyone that has seen the finished project thinks it is real. The stain that I used was a wood stain, minwax. The more you apply, the deeper the color, but you can apply as little as you want and wipe it off for a totally different look. I also painted a lot of them, using the same technique and playing around until I got the look that I wanted. The grout was Mapei, unsanded, and chocolate in color. I LOVED every second of this project.”