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I used AirStone for an exterior project and liked it so much that I decided to use it on a custom built fireplace surround inside as well. It’s a real focal point in the room and gets lots of compliments. I attached magnets on the back of a few of the stones to create custom wire hides for my TV. They blend in seamlessly. I’ve recommended the product to several friends. — Dan
Now when you’re trying to determine how much AirStone you’ll need for your next project, our new improved calculator will figure it for you by not just calculating cartons, but it will also account for the area taken up by corners and edge pieces, and deduct that from the flats you need. You can find it on our Collections and our Installation pages!
Air Stone is extremely easy to work with and would recommend this product to any do it yourselfer or professional. Because of the exterior use I did have to do a few extra steps like backer board and waterproof membrane to protect the wood underneath. My wife has already informed me the next project is our fireplace with 45 degree corners! — Randy
In a recent episode of BATH CRASHERS on the DIY Network (Season 12, Episode 10), a small moldy bathroom is transformed into a large, warm, well-lit space featuring spa-like amenities. A large hammered copper slipper tub catches the eye first, along with a 2-sided ‘look through’ fireplace surrounded AirStone in the Autumn Mountain color. The space is completed with an accent wall made of copper pennies-turned-into-tiles, and a towel rack/towel bar fashioned from copper pipe! What an awesome effect!
We recently took on the task of renovating my in-laws’ home to put on the market. One of the biggest changes we made was the fireplace. We used AirStone (Spring Creek) to cover an old tile fireplace and the results were amazing. We had several positive comments from potential buyers and neighbors, and we think it really made a difference in getting the home sold quickly! — Tabitha
Jenni Radosevich of ISpyDIY.com appeared on “Good Morning America” today with some projects to help you spruce up your home for the holidays. Radosevich says faux fireplaces are all the rage right now and you can create your own using a used mantel, AirStone/faux brick, lumber, plywood sheets and birchwood! “This AirStone is insane…it’s so light!” said Radosevich.