Natural stone home accents can be used both inside and outside to accentuate architecture, add visual interest, and elevate your home’s overall aesthetic. Because they are made of natural stone, they are exceptionally durable and can easily weather outside elements or pristinely coordinate with inside décor. Natural stone can also be sealed or left unsealed and allowed to naturally patina over time, depending on your preferred look and finish. Often, it is the special touches, whether big or small, that helps give a home that custom, high-end feel. Whether you have used natural stone architectural elements throughout your home or not, the use of natural stone rosettes make a beautiful, eye-catching addition to any room.
Natural stone rosettes are available in a wide variety of stones, colors and styles to suit traditional, contemporary and even modern architecture. Architectural stone rosettes are the ideal accent piece for cabinetry, furniture, fireplace mantels, fireplace surrounds, ceilings and more. Rosettes have different decorative trims and patterns that are carefully crafted to provide timeless appeal. In fact, decorative stone rosettes have been used in architectural design for centuries and continue to be popular today, proving they are capable of standing the test of time. Stone rosettes can be added to just about any surface you can think of and will add a certain sophistication and charm that could not be achieved with any other decorative element. When selecting the ideal rosette, it is important to consider the architectural style of our home, as well as your personal décor style to help you choose the right rosette that will blend seamlessly. There are a lot of ways to decorate and some add value while others do not. When you invest in natural stone elements you not only add decorative appeal but also increase the value of your home. Rosette blocks are also often used in conjunction with door moldings to add that something special beyond just simple molding. Rosettes can be used on the top corners of door moldings to enhance entryways and make your home truly unique. In addition to entryways, you may see natural stone rosettes used on walls with other natural stone, in niches, in flooring and far more. While the term “rosettes” may sound ornate or very traditional, there are modern and contemporary carving styles as well, seamlessly blending with your home’s architectural style.