AMF01 - Adirondack Mountain Fieldstone™ around this interior bar completes the room's distinctive Adirondack Great Camp theme.
AMF02 - Adirondack Mountain Fieldstone™ is right at home in this rustic log home setting.
AMF03 - Adirondack Mountain Fieldstone™ creates a virtual chimney above a new kitchen cook top.
AMF04 - Adirondack Mountain Fieldstone™ cladding on this foundation is reminiscent of its use as a structural material years ago.
AMF05 - Adirondack Mountain Fieldstone™ piers support the wrap around porch of this custom log cabin.
AMF06 - Adirondack Mountain Fieldstone™ provides both beauty and function as it stabilizes the grade around a north woods residential property.
A FEW WORDS ABOUT COLOR...
Stone is, of course, a natural product. Variations in color and texture do occur (thankfully) and are what makes our products so unique. Please use these gallery images as a guide only. Every effort has been made to accurately present the cuts and colors of our stone, but varying ambient light conditions at the time of shooting and differences in computer display technologies make an exact match impossible.
THE VALUE OF A GOOD STONE MASON
Color and texture aside, it is the mason/installer that has the greatest impact on the finished appearance of a project. The images presented in this gallery and throughout our site showcase finished projects and represent what is possible when our stone is put into the hands of talented craftsman. In most cases, our delivered specifications are altered on site through trimming, shaping, and placement.