Used in garden and landscape design, as well as cladding and the building residential and commercial properties, our architectural stone is sustainable, durable, and beautiful. Our natural architectural stone products allow builders and architects to create lasting, beautiful structures with minimal environmental impact. We’re leading stockists and fabricators of first-class architectural stone products with retail locations in Cincinnati and Columbus to supply clients across Ohio.
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As one of the most trusted architectural stone suppliers in Ohio, Stone Center offers a range of high-quality architectural stones to clients nationwide. With a range of stones of all shapes, sizes, and colors, we can boost any residential or large commercial project with a gorgeous architectural stone veneer.
Featuring a variety of natural stones in our selection, from limestone and slate to flagstone, granite, marble, and sandstone, we can equip your project with a gorgeous stone that expertly matches your aesthetic. With an expert team that is knowledgeable about a variety of stone implementations, we can provide custom finishes and unique stone implementations, helping you implement stone in everything from window surrounds, to columns and stone facades.
With unparalleled quality and expert services, Stone Center goes above and beyond with each and every customer, ensuring your project is backed by the finest stones available today.
Great question! Architectural stone is a cut or hand-worked natural stone that comes in specific sizes and shapes unique to an architect’s specifications. This stone is used in several architectural implementations, including stone columns, fireplaces, window molding, veneer cladding, fountains, and balustrades.
There are many different architectural stones that are implemented in your favorite architectural designs. Some of the go-to stones for architecture include granite, marble, slate, and limestone, to name a few.
Absolutely! At Stone Center, we are proud to offer custom services, cutting your architectural stone selection to suit your specific project’s needs. Our experts will carefully cut your stone to suit the specifications provided to enhance your design.
Yes! While Stone Center is based locally in Cincinnati and Columbus, Ohio, we do ship nationwide. We are proud to service a vast range of different locations with our stone solutions. For more information on our delivery options, contact us today.
Stone Center, a local Ohio stone supplier, offers a range of architectural stones to elevate any project with a gorgeous architectural stone veneer. As one of the leading architectural stone suppliers shipping the finest architectural stone nationwide, we offer a variety of styles and colors to suit everyone’s design needs. With extensive knowledge of the most commonly used stones today, we provide recommendations and stones to suit every architectural climate, ensuring long-lasting stone finish to last through the years.
Our architectural stone products at Stone Center are paired with an expert team that remains up-to-date on the latest trends and changing needs in the market today. With this in mind, our team not only provides stones to suit every project but can help guide and explain the best materials for you.
To learn more about architectural stones and the variety at Stone Center, contact us today.
Draw inspiration for your living space from these unique and creative applications of our natural stone products.
With a commitment to handcrafted, customized architectural stone solutions, Stone Center offers the finest architectural stones to ensure a timeless, beautiful addition to your residential or commercial project.
This natural stone is utilized in several different ways to enhance your property’s design. Coming in both cut and hand-worked forms to shape into specific sizes and forms, architectural stone can be utilized in stone columns, fireplaces, stone cladding, fountains, windows and door molding, and wall caps. No matter your design, you can select from a range of colors, textures, finishes, and patterns to match your vision.
Some of the implementations for architectural stones are for:
At Stone Center, we provide carefully engineered balustrade systems for specific projects. Working carefully with architects and contractors, we carefully design these balustrades to fit the overall project.
Architectural stone can be implemented beautifully as architectural columns and pilasters. These can come in many different designs and styles to fit seamlessly with the rest of the building.
For an ornate addition, cornices and bandings designs can be added to a number of buildings, from commercial buildings to museums, and educational buildings.
Lightweight architectural precast and cast stone are wonderful options for wall coping. Wall coping is the finish for an exterior wall, as well as fences, eaves, and other masonry items, that can add a unique style and finish to any building. Plus, it can boost protection from the elements.
Stone cladding is a wonderful way to add a natural stone finish to a building made of different materials. Particularly gorgeous against a brick building, stone cladding with architectural stone adds dimension and a chic finish to a structure.
To cover a building in architectural stone, we implement a stone facade, covering a building with cladding to not only give it a new finish, but increase its durability and protection from the weather.
Bill helped us match the right stone and finish for our project. He helped us discover our project could be done affordably with quality material. Additionally, he was kind and cared about our experiences with our project. He’s got great attention to detail. Thank you Bill!
First time in and not sure what we were looking for, but Chris Gose certainly helped point us in the right direction! Thanks Chris!!