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Tuesday, March 25, 2014

The Benefits of Architectural Fiberstone

Decorating with a rustic old-world style requires the addition of accents and pieces that have an aged appearance. Homeowners can scour the antique shops for authentic pieces to add their room décor or garden or select a modern material that mimics the look of antiques with lower cost materials. Architectural Fiberstone is a material that mixes stone and sand with fiberglass to create pieces with an old-fashioned flair. The pieces can fit into a garden design or inside the home to add a special touch to a Mediterranean or country décor.

Modern materials, such as Fiberstone, have the look of an antique heavy accent, but homeowners can move it whenever it’s time to make a change to the room or garden design. Pedestals or wall shelves give the appearance of intricately carved pieces of stone, but can be attached to the wall or set up in the garden easily.

Price is one reason to find a modern material to create an old-fashioned look. Finding antique stone pieces for the home or garden can cost a considerable amount of money. With the Fiberstone pieces, however, homeowners can create the look of expensive antiques in their home without the high price tag. Some quality pieces are stained to give a distressed appearance that will fit in with any rustic or old-world décor.

There are a variety of pieces in materials like architectural Fiberstone available to homeowners. Decorators can select wall pieces, urns, pillars, shelves, statues, flowerpots and pedestals for use inside and outside of the home. For example, homeowners planning a rustic, country garden can select a variety of Fiberstone pots to place in the yard. The accent pieces used with iron garden furniture creates a Mediterranean or Tuscan style in the yard. Beauty is yours to be had, so pick out some Fiberstone pieces for your yard!


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