Southbay Quartzite, Photo Credit: Walker Warner HodgeSouthbay Quartzite, Photo Credit: Walker Warner Hodge

LEDGESTONE VENEER PROFILES

This is a sample collection of our most popular ledgestone styles. We have many more options available to you. This guide will help decide what shape, size and possible colors might work for your design.
Please note: every piece of natural stone will have its unique color variation and appearance. For you to be completely satisfied we recommend you select your stone at one of our material yards.

Bitterroot: For more information click this Link.

Canyon Creek: For more information click this Link.

Frontier Tan Bed Face: Frontier Tan comes from Central Montana and is quarried in the expanse of the High Plains. The texture of the stone has a natural bed face and shows very muted, refrained colors of light blue greys and tans with splashes of ecru and bronzy coppers intermixed in the stone.

Golden Multi Blend: This Sedimentary Sandstone is from Oklahoma and has the colors of a Southwest sunset. The golden brown and chocolate burgundy marry nicely with a mix of soft grey and cream. The texture is a simple split face that provides some subtle shadowing.

Heritage Ledge: Heritage Ledge is a Metamorphic Quartzite from the state of Idaho. The luster that is often seen in this stone is very slight and actually adds depth and richness to the subtle colors of creamy sand and champagne yellows, with just a touch of burnt umber.

Loon Lake: For more information click this Link.

McGregor Lake: For more information click this Link.

McGregor Lake Tumbled: For more information click this Link.

Moose Mountain: The cool blues of this Metamorphic Argillite is just like cool jazz, very soothing and intense but in a quiet way. This stone comes from the Montana Rockies in the shape of squares and rectangles with a rugged bed face.   The restraint of the colors in contrast to its’ visual roughness make this stone extremely versatile can be used very elegantly in a Traditional or Contemporary application.

Mt. Moriah Diamond Back: For more information click this Link.

Ocean Mist: For more information click this Link.

Ocean Pearl Natural:  The colors and character profile of this Canadian stone create features that make this stone timeless in its’ application. The soft tumbled surface can be used elegantly in simple weathered designs or applied in very modern architecture. The full pallet of colors in blues, greys and tans are subtlety displayed with a veiled steely iridescence that can satisfy the most stringent artistic demand

Ponderosa: For more information click this Link.

Sonoma Gold: Sonoma Gold is a Sedimentary Limestone from the America Southwest. A warm creamy buff is the dominant color of this split-faced stone with a few brush strokes of golden tans and subtle coppers. The profile is square and rectangle with the top and bottom cut clean and the remaining sides following a natural contour.

Sonoran Gold: The deep rich golden, almost burnt copper color of this Sedimentary Sandstone could only be conceived through thousands of years in Arizona’s brilliant sun and arid climate. It’s rectangular, natural contoured pieces that are perfect for a horizontal application, range in size from 3-4” in height and 10” to as long as 17” in length.

South Bay Quartzite: For more information click this Link.

Sydney Peak European 3 - 5 inch: A Metamorphic Quarzitic Schist with peppery flecks on some of the stones but overall the colors are an even balance of pearly greys and golden rusts with a touch of ecru. All the edges of this ledger shaped stone have a natural contour with sizes ranging from 3-5” in height by 10-11”in length and a simple split face texture. For more information click this Link.

Tuscany Cream: This stone originates deep in Texas Hill Country, Salado, Texas, a small town right outside the state’s capital of Austin. This is Texas Limestone, and you see it used everywhere from commercial and government buildings, to city homes and townhomes to country ranchero’s and hacienda’s. The shapes are squares and rectangles with random lengths and widths and natural edges. The Tuscany Cream is a luscious café au lait color with lots of extra cream

Tuscany Gold: This is THE Texas Limestone quarried in the vast Texas Hill Country. The profile of this rustic yet elegant stone has all natural edges and random lengths and heights. The perception of this stone can change sharply by the grout technique used which can then create contemporary style architecture, or a Tuscan Villa image, or an Old World Spanish homestead. The color is predominately a rich soft gold with a sweep of cream.

Vernaga: Vernaga is a Sedimentary Limestone from the Kansas area in the Midwestern part of the United States. It is a combination of two different colors of Limestone that are also sold separately, Onaga and Silverdale and the unified color are a mix of very muted creams and greys with just a touch golden yellow.

Natural stone products vary in color over time.
Visit our Showroom or material yards today to get a sample of current color ranges available.

This is a sample collection of our most popular ledgestone styles. We have many more options available to you. This guide will help decide what shape, size and possible colors might work for your design.
Please note: every piece of natural stone will have its unique color variation and appearance. For you to be completely satisfied we recommend you select your stone at one of our material yards.

Bitterroot: For more information click this Link.

Canyon Creek: For more information click this Link.

Frontier Tan Bed Face: Frontier Tan comes from Central Montana and is quarried in the expanse of the High Plains. The texture of the stone has a natural bed face and shows very muted, refrained colors of light blue greys and tans with splashes of ecru and bronzy coppers intermixed in the stone.

Golden Multi Blend: This Sedimentary Sandstone is from Oklahoma and has the colors of a Southwest sunset. The golden brown and chocolate burgundy marry nicely with a mix of soft grey and cream. The texture is a simple split face that provides some subtle shadowing.

Heritage Ledge: Heritage Ledge is a Metamorphic Quartzite from the state of Idaho. The luster that is often seen in this stone is very slight and actually adds depth and richness to the subtle colors of creamy sand and champagne yellows, with just a touch of burnt umber.

Loon Lake: For more information click this Link.

McGregor Lake: For more information click this Link.

McGregor Lake Tumbled: For more information click this Link.

Moose Mountain: The cool blues of this Metamorphic Argillite is just like cool jazz, very soothing and intense but in a quiet way. This stone comes from the Montana Rockies in the shape of squares and rectangles with a rugged bed face.   The restraint of the colors in contrast to its’ visual roughness make this stone extremely versatile can be used very elegantly in a Traditional or Contemporary application.

Mt. Moriah Diamond Back: For more information click this Link.

Ocean Mist: For more information click this Link.

Ocean Pearl Natural:  The colors and character profile of this Canadian stone create features that make this stone timeless in its’ application. The soft tumbled surface can be used elegantly in simple weathered designs or applied in very modern architecture. The full pallet of colors in blues, greys and tans are subtlety displayed with a veiled steely iridescence that can satisfy the most stringent artistic demand

Ponderosa: For more information click this Link.

Sonoma Gold: Sonoma Gold is a Sedimentary Limestone from the America Southwest. A warm creamy buff is the dominant color of this split-faced stone with a few brush strokes of golden tans and subtle coppers. The profile is square and rectangle with the top and bottom cut clean and the remaining sides following a natural contour.

Sonoran Gold: The deep rich golden, almost burnt copper color of this Sedimentary Sandstone could only be conceived through thousands of years in Arizona’s brilliant sun and arid climate. It’s rectangular, natural contoured pieces that are perfect for a horizontal application, range in size from 3-4” in height and 10” to as long as 17” in length.

South Bay Quartzite: For more information click this Link.

Sydney Peak European 3 - 5 inch: A Metamorphic Quarzitic Schist with peppery flecks on some of the stones but overall the colors are an even balance of pearly greys and golden rusts with a touch of ecru. All the edges of this ledger shaped stone have a natural contour with sizes ranging from 3-5” in height by 10-11”in length and a simple split face texture. For more information click this Link.

Tuscany Cream: This stone originates deep in Texas Hill Country, Salado, Texas, a small town right outside the state’s capital of Austin. This is Texas Limestone, and you see it used everywhere from commercial and government buildings, to city homes and townhomes to country ranchero’s and hacienda’s. The shapes are squares and rectangles with random lengths and widths and natural edges. The Tuscany Cream is a luscious café au lait color with lots of extra cream

Tuscany Gold: This is THE Texas Limestone quarried in the vast Texas Hill Country. The profile of this rustic yet elegant stone has all natural edges and random lengths and heights. The perception of this stone can change sharply by the grout technique used which can then create contemporary style architecture, or a Tuscan Villa image, or an Old World Spanish homestead. The color is predominately a rich soft gold with a sweep of cream.

Vernaga: Vernaga is a Sedimentary Limestone from the Kansas area in the Midwestern part of the United States. It is a combination of two different colors of Limestone that are also sold separately, Onaga and Silverdale and the unified color are a mix of very muted creams and greys with just a touch golden yellow.

Natural stone products vary in color over time.
Visit our Showroom or material yards today to get a sample of current color ranges available.