Stone is a sought-after material for home exteriors and interiors, thanks to a rich, eye-catching look that’s both beautiful and timeless. And Versetta Stone stone siding, with its panelized format, makes it easier than ever to add the beloved material nearly anywhere inside and outside the home.
Versetta Stone panels install easily with nails or screws—no mortar, scratch coat, or metal lath needed like traditional stone. The installation method is straightforward and approachable, so much so that experienced DIYers can create projects of their own.
Available in three profiles—Ledgestone, a traditional dry-stack look; Tight-Cut, which features the look of cut-and-fitted stone; and modern Carved Block, offering the look of split-face stone—Versetta Stone is well suited to traditional, transitional, and contemporary styles.
Here are a few easy projects to elevate your home using Versetta Stone:
• Bathroom wall: Want to make your master bath even more like a spa? Add warm stone behind the soaking tub for the cozy, rustic feel of a mountain lodge. (See more images from this bathroom here.)
• Mailbox: Wrap your mailbox post for a touch of literal curb appeal.
• Fireplace: The beauty of a stone fireplace is undeniable, but can be pricey. Versetta Stone makes it easier than ever to create that sophisticated look, whether through a simple surround or from floor to ceiling, like Northmade Farmhouse did.
• Accent wall: Nothing adds a pop to a home office, living room, or bedroom like an accent wall. Instead of the once-trendy red wall, try adding stone for a fresh take.
• Porch columns: Wrap the bottom portion of porch posts for an instant, welcoming boost. We love this look from Erdmann Exterior Designs in Illinois:
• Shed: A ho-hum storage structure can bum out your backyard. Versetta Stone panels can add contrast and interest to this seemingly simple outbuilding or bring pizazz to Cheryl’s she-shed. Oak Lane Structures in Indiana is an expert at elevating sheds with shutters, windows, and stone, as seen here:
• Kitchen backsplash: Tired of tile? Versetta Stone adds a unique twist to the kitchen backsplash. Try Ledgestone in Plum Creek for a traditional feel behind warm wood cabinets, Tight Cut in Northern Ash for a modern backdrop to an all-white kitchen, or blend whites with warm tones as this builder did:
• Freestanding bar: Basement bars can feel a bit pedestrian. Add a professional touch by wrapping the bar in Versetta Stone panels.
• Deck accents: Have an awkward wall on your deck? Turn it into stone like this Mid-Century home:
Ready to try Versetta Stone? Find a retailer here.