Reclaiming OLD Stone for
One of our favorite things about being in the RECLAIMED STONE business is product sourcing. Since we deal in reclaimed stone we have to go and find the stuff out in the field, literally. So that means following miles upon miles of back-country roads, often unpaved, to way-up-north Vermont farms, the rocky coastal woodlands of Maine or the deep forested areas of Pennsylvania. Sometimes we even find ourselves overseas in historical European cities. All because we understand the feeling and sense of design that old, weathered stone represents; the patinas, natural staining from the elements or the historical significance of preserving a piece of old society for today’s designs. It's what creates a statement only achievable through reclaimed stone.
The blog, Architects and Artisans captured our enthusiasm for stone at the recent Architectural Digest Home Show. Writer, J. Michael Welton did a post on STONE FARM for his blog which highlights the use of Stone Farm's reclaimed stone in new design. You can check out the post here: Architects and Artisans Blog