The Stone Masons displayed their talent while fitting a random shaped stone. The four upright pillars and the hearth were made from Elite Blue Granite, to match the Random Elite Blue Granite Thin Veneer. The long hearth is a solid piece and has a textured top which magnifies the beautiful veins and has a hand chiseled front edge.
Th tiles in front of the hearth are also made from matching Elite Blue Granite.
The fire box was built with a bay window design.
That’s a long way up to the wood ceiling. The rough Sawn Beam Rafter Structure fits the stone so well.
A picture from the right side of fireplace, showing the staircase behind the fireplace going up to the third level.
A picture taken through the dining area, showing the fireplace in the livingroom. Notice the hand beaten steel light fixture.
Bottom stairs going down to the basement (picture taken from main floor). The other staircase going to the upstairs (3rd floor). The Random Elite Blue Granite seen in this picture is the back of the fireplace that is 45 feet tall.
The tile behind the stove is also matching Elite Blue Granite.
My wife and I (Elroy & Dianne Wagler) got our picture taken by the stone we supplied. Our customer was so happy with the outcome that he gave a tour of the entire house. It’s exciting for us to see our stone after installation and a customer so happy.