Most people associate stone, such as granite or quartz, with kitchen countertops. However, at Stonesmiths Inc., we get a little more creative with our use of stone. If you would like to upgrade the aesthetic appeal of your home, but don’t have the budget or the need for a full remodel, then here are three ways we can help you achieve that with our stone.
1. Custom Table
Now that we are well into autumn and the winter months are looming, here in Indiana, we will begin spending a lot more time indoors. Custom stone furniture, such as a formal dining table or coffee table, can be a real statement piece bringing a new appreciation to your indoor space. Many of us spend a good amount of time sitting around our dining table or in front of our coffee table, so why not make a statement with one of the staple furniture pieces in your home!
2. New Shelving
Whether you want to add some open shelving in your kitchen, bookshelves in your living space, or shelves in your home office, we can work with you to make it happen. Shelves give you functional storage space, and they should also contribute to the style and charm of your home. Shelves made of stone will not only stand out but they will be built to last.
3. Make a Splash
Refresh the look of your kitchen with a new backsplash. Maybe you want to change your backsplash, or perhaps you don’t even have one. Kitchen trends are always changing, and one way to update your space without breaking the bank is to add a new backsplash. Recycled stone remnants that are left over from full slabs of stone can be cut down into tile pieces with a special machine. These stone remnants are ideal and cost-effective for smaller jobs like backsplashes.
Call for a Quote
At Stonesmiths, your satisfaction is our priority. Let our exceptional customer service make the difference in your next home project. Contact us at (317) 770-1333 to schedule a free, no-obligation quote on your next project. We proudly serve Indianapolis and the surrounding Central Indiana areas, including Noblesville, Westfield, Carmel, and Fishers.