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After looking at all types of fireplace surround types my wife found airstone at our local Lowes store. I wasn’t sure about it but after reading as much information as I could find on it we decided to give it a try. It was extremely easy to install and cut, for cutting I used an old blade on my power miter saw . Everything worked out great as you can see from the pictures and only took me two days to accomplish. I recommended this product! — Steve
Color: Spring Creek
I can’t say enough amazing things about Airstone! It was so easy to use and it completely transformed the exterior of our house. It’s so nice to not see so much foundation anymore! The curb appeal is incredible! We’re constantly getting compliments from everyone! –Tasia
Color: Spring Creek
Bloggers often share their AirStone projects and offer helpful tips and tutorials. Below are quick links to some great blogs that may help you find the perfect AirStone solution for YOUR design challenge! Please note that older blogs may contain information on components that are no longer available (check our Collections page to see our latest product innovations!).
Practically Functional, 12/22/17 Spring Creek on an exterior foundation
The Creek Line House, 12/14/17 Spring Creek accent wall (living room)
Confessions of a Serial Do-it-Yourselfer, 12/7/17, Birch Bluff accent wall (office)
The Kelly Homestead, 12/2/17, Birch Bluff accent wall (bathroom)
Domestically Speaking, 10/6/17, Birch Bluff fireplace
The Accent Piece, 9/18/17, Birch Bluff fireplace
Pine and Prospect Home, 8/18/17, Birch Bluff fireplace
Make Life Lovely, 1/18/17, Spring Creek fireplace
Back to Blueberry Hill, 7/27/16, Birch Bluff fireplace
Building Castle Hope, 11/21/16, Spring Creek nursery (made to look like a castle!)
Domestic Imperfection, 12/29/14, Vineyard Blend accent wall (bedroom)
The Kim Six Fix, 11/21/14, Autumn Mountain fireplace
Infarrantly Creative, 10/31/14, Spring Creek fireplace
1800 Farmhouse Road, 5/7/14, Autumn Mountain fireplace (stained and installed with grout lines)
Twice Lovely, 12/3/13, Spring Creek accent wall (dining room)
Binkies and Briefcases, 9/26/13, Spring Creek fireplace
The Lettered Cottage, 9/23/13, Spring Creek fireplace
Lovely Crafty Home, 1/28/13, Spring Creek on a bathtub
Stilettos & Diapers, 3/12/12, Autumn Mountain backsplash
After looking around all over the internet and a few stores, we found AirStone at our local Lowe’s. We watched a few videos and looked at what others were doing with it and decided to use AirStone. It was a great decision not only because it looks great, but it was very easy to install. We decided to mix two colors to get the rustic look we were after. This was my first ever DIY project and I can’t be any happier with the results. — Larry
Color: Autumn Mountain, Spring Creek
Read all about Suzie’s adventures in “AirStoning” in her blog, The Accent Piece. “I have no doubt you will be asking yourself how many areas of your home you could transform with this stuff,” she notes after finishing her fireplace project, using our Birch Bluff color. You can read more here….
Wanted to install a backsplash & ended up covering the entire wall. My kitchen looks completely different, we love it! It’s true that the Airstone cuts easily….extremely easy to use, this Mom did it all by myself! Most excited about the project because I did it without my husbands help!
AFTERColor: Autumn Mountain
On today’s episode of The Rachel Ray show (9/26/17), Rachel shared DIY decor tips from Karen and Mina…the mom and daughter team behind HGTV’s “Good Bones.”
If you don’t have the money to do a full renovation in your new home, Mina has the perfect alternative…AirStone!
Mina points out that when it comes to an accent wall — or an eyesore cover-up — you have more options than just painting or adding wallpaper. You can also opt for faux stone, which will offer you a more textured (and impressive!) look. AirStone to the rescue!
In her blog Pine and Prospect Home, Andrea shares her DIY fireplace makeover and provides a great AirStone tutorial. “I love coming downstairs to this view! Every time I see my fireplace now, I just smile so big! Cheesy, I know!! I just can’t believe that I finally have a stone fireplace!” You can catch her entire post here….
Color: Birch Bluff