As 2020 comes to a close we are reflecting on what has been in the stone & brick trends! Throughout history, masonry materials have always been a vital part of the building process. Now we see this element of design pay homage to the ancient building process. Although masonry provides no structural integrity to the building, it adds a level of authenticity that is unmatched. As you view the Stone & Brick Trends from this past year, we hope you find something to inspire your next home build!
Flint Hills Lueders
Flint Hills Lueders combines gray, white, and cream tones to create a light and airy stone. It pairs well with a variety of colors because of the subtle variation in tones. Below you’ll see photos of it with White or gray mortar.
Platinum Ledgestone, a seemingly popular natural stone, combines a variety of tones that create quite the exterior! As a quartzite stone, platinum ledgestone has a small glimmer to it. Because of this, it shows amazingly in full sun! Here are some of our most memorable projects done with Platinum ledgestone.
Yorkshire’s rough square shape ensures every palette and home is unique. This natural stone brings so much character and authenticity to every space. Above all, the color in Yorkshire is what makes it so popular! While variation does occur, in this stone you’ll find green-grays, whites, and creams.
For several years running, Antique Pearl has been on our top stones list! This white limestone has a classic and updated look that our designer and homeowners are loving it! Featured in several of the Utah Valley Parade of Homes Homes this year, Antique Pearl will surely be one for the book!
English Tudor became quite the showstopper this year with its light tone and subtle texture! Almost every home this year paired the brick with White grout, creating a light and airy aesthetic. With a myriad of colors, this brick is tied together with a white slurry over top of the face. Bringing in a neutral color, English Tudor has found it’s place in the design and building industry!
Dartmouth envelops the classic brick look. With red and dark gray tones, the red brick house will continue to stay in style. Whether it be with white, gray, of brown mortar, Dartmouth brick has always been a classic.
Certainly there is a masonry product for your next home! Interested in getting a professionals opinion? We are here to help! Start by coming into one of our Showrooms today!