Bright, multilayered hues combine with evocative textures on European Ledge®, RoughCut® and Stacked Stone profiles
LAS VEGAS (PRWEB) FEBRUARY 14, 2020
Eldorado Stone, from Boral North America, unveils new, bright color palettes across three architectural stone profiles during the 2020 National Association of Home Builder’s International Builders Show (IBS)in Las Vegas, Nevada. Sea Cliff™ European Ledge®, Loire Valley™ RoughCut® and Koryak Ridge™ Stacked Stone showcase the manufacturer’s dedication to elevating the aesthetic appeal of stone as a design accent through the artful application of multilayered color tones and visually engaging depth patterns. Eldorado Stone is exhibiting in booth C4519 from January 21-23, 2020, alongside brands from several divisions of parent organization Boral North America.
“Stone is one of the most captivating features in the natural world, with a seemingly endless array of colors and textures to inspire the design of our most treasured spaces in the home or workplace,” said Sarah Lograsso, Director of Marketing. “With the introduction of three intricate new color palettes, we are excited to go beyond standard color combinations with evocative new hues that contemporize the look and feel of stone while honoring the origins and characteristics of each profile.”
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New color profiles featured in Booth C4519 during IBS 2020 include:
- Koryak Ridge™ Stacked Stone’s classic elegance and intricate detail combine with the simplicity of a panelized system to give this profile the appearance of a precision hand-laid dry-stack set.
- Sea Cliff™ European Ledge® creates the perfect fusion between old-world stonework and modern design. Evoking a unique balance of weather-worn surface contours and precision-cut stone, this modern interpretation of split-face travertine is assembled into tightly stacked ledge pieces with varying surface heights and lengths.
- Loire Valley™ RoughCut® mimics limestone with an assortment of embedded, fossilized artifacts and roughly cleaved, pronounced face.
To learn more about Eldorado Stone and its products, visit EldoradoStone.com.
About Eldorado Stone
Eldorado Stone, LLC is the manufacturer of the world’s most believable architectural stone veneer and is headquartered in San Marcos, California. For over 50 years, Eldorado Stone has demonstrated an undeniable passion for creating authentic products that elevate quality and design, including architectural stone and brick veneer, fireplace surrounds, fire bowls and outdoor living products. The company currently operates manufacturing facilities in several states with regional distribution centers across the U.S. For more information and to view a gallery of beautiful installations, visit http://www.eldoradostone.com.
About Boral North America
Boral North America, a division of Boral Limited, brings a diverse array of premium brands under one banner to deliver next generation building materials for this generation’s needs. Boral’s innovative manufacturers and passionate teams provide the highest quality architectural solutions and industry leadership in a variety of categories, including stone, brick, roofing, siding and trim, and windows. For more information visit BoralAmerica.com
About Boral Stone Division
The Boral Stone Division, within Boral North America, provides an extensive collection of sustainably manufactured solutions to match any design style and budget. With six unique brands and a global footprint, Boral Stone Division products enhance the aesthetic and tactile appeal of any project with the natural textures and authentic color palettes of architectural stone veneer. For more information visit BoralAmerica.com/Stone
With the introduction of three intricate new color palettes, we are excited to go beyond standard color combinations with evocative new hues that contemporize the look and feel of stone while honoring the origins and characteristics of each profile