In her blog BACK TO BLUEBERRY HILL, Kate shares her AirStone adventure…transforming the dated green marble on her fireplace! She reports that “we are absolutely loving our new fireplace. Amazing how just one change makes such a big impact on the rest of this space. It truly ties everything together.” Thanks Kate, and you can read her entire blog by clicking on this link.
Color: Birch Bluff
I have been working on a project around my fireplace the past couple of days. I think it’s a great product and it looks awesome if I do say so myself. That is a limestone hearth that weighed a ton installing. But I couldn’t be happier with the way it turned out. — Dan
Color: Spring Creek
I was a little intimidated when I started this project as I am not a handyman at all but it was very simple. Tips for installation: Chalk or draw some horizontal lines on your surface before you start so you can keep reasonably level. Pieces adhere to almost any surface. I put them over existing tile and drywall. You will occasionally need to cut some small pieces. I used a circular saw for the first half then went to a mitre saw and the pieces were very easy to cut. I had approximately 120 sq ft with several openings, fireplace, etc. and the project took me about 20 hours. The first 3 hours or so went very slowly as I was learning on the job but then it picked right up. Great finished look and fun project. I am looking for my next spot to rock right away! — Don
Color: Autumn Mountain
I’ve been looking and thinking about AirStone for quite a while and finally decided to take the plunge and tackle my kitchen. I am so glad I did! It was pretty easy to work with, I used extender boxes to bring my outlets out flush with the stone. I did have to make a few custom cuts around the outlets because the home builder put 7 outlets in the kitchen and they weren’t all straight or inline with each other so that made it a little difficult. I used my Dremel tool with the diamond blade to make those custom cuts and it worked like a charm! Added the under cabinet lighting and it looks amazing! My last step in completing my kitchen is new crown molding on top and bottom of the cabinets and re-staining them a darker color. Thanks for making such an easy product to work with! — Yvette
Color: Autumn Mountain