Louis XIV Mantel with Overmantel: Exceptional piece in the style of Louis XIV with precisely defined carving and clean, bold lines. The profiling is deep and heavy with gentle, flowing curves. A double returning cornice accentuates the depth of the overmantel. Both mantel and overmantel return gracefully rearward at the outer edges giving this piece a distinctively softer feel ... more »
Bordeaux Mantel with Overmantel: This design was derived from an original piece discovered in Bordeaux, France. Rich sculptural detailing abounds. The motifs include urns with surrounding floral embellishments and stylized swans and dolphins on the frieze. A central cartouche with surrounding floral motif, urns and classical ornamentation adorns the secondary pediment.
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The exterior of this home uses Buechel Stone's Cream City River Rock. This stone is a dense limestone that has been tumbled for a distressed and aged look.
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Aneal Mantel with Overmantel: The gentle shallow arch of the frieze is accented by a subtle profile that becomes the visual impost wrapping the center of the mantel. Deep recessed panels accentuate the pilaster depth. A subtle French-style shelf caps off this contemporary mantel. The height-adjustable overmantel with complementary French profiling is also available.
This dining room uses Buechel Stone's Chilton Rustic. In combination with the wood and brick, it gives a unique look at how you can combine masonry into interior walls.
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