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Stacked Stone can be used in a variety of applications. Here it is used as a backsplash behind the vanity in the master bath, Noric Construction, Tucson, AZ

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Sarah Tjelde wrote:Jan 17, 2013
  • D&D Anderson
    What is the average cost of faux stacked stone look for similar bathroom approximate?
  • clchomeinteriors
    We recently remodeled our bathroom and used stacked stone for the accent wall. We bought it at Home Depot for $43.00 for a box of six 6”x 24” panels. The manufacturer is MS International, Inc. It comes in a variety of shades, but the color we used is called Golden Honey, which has beautiful muted shades of gray, brown, green, blue, white, beige, and pink.
sandystrueber wrote:Nov 26, 2013
  • masijo
    The stacked stone is not grouted. How can you waterproof the material? I would be worried that water will splash from the faucets and go in between the stones.
  • PRO
    Arizona Designs Kitchens and Baths
    You can use a stone sealer that will help waterproof the stacked stone. Again, I would not recommend in a very damp application, but for a vanity backsplash, the stone sealer should do the trick and will also aid in maintenance.
Peter Kolubinskyj wrote:Jan 19, 2013
  • bxnena919
    Wall color please
  • Julie Johnson
    The color on the walls are warm. what is the color?
freeisbetter wrote:Mar 15, 2015
  • PRO
    Arizona Designs Kitchens and Baths

    In this case, our installer found a seam between the stone and mounted anchors there. In other instances, we make medicine cabinets out of the mirrors and so the mirrors would be mounted on the cabinet and the stacked stone would be installed around them. If you need to anchor something in the stone itself, it is recommended that you try and predrill the holes before installing the tile if at all possible.

  • mml_54
    You say you can only go 8' high on a wall? So that would leave out putting it on the fireplace and up the wall if it were 10-12' high. Why is that?
bbarbee58 wrote:Mar 11, 2013
  • belkis263
    put what do you hand them with? is there a hook or something...does the mirror have wood behind it to be able to hang to stone?
  • pickle56
    how do you attach the mirrors to the stone?
bubbabloom wrote:Apr 19, 2016
  • Rebecca Swartz

    What is the make/model/vendor of the mini pendant lights shown here?

  • PRO
    Dunn-Edwards Paints

    Here's a color swatch of Dunn-Edwards Paints color in Bisque Tan DE6157!

bethelliot wrote:Jan 8, 2015
  • Lennox Hyman

    What is the mounting hardware on the back of the mirrors?

  • PRO
    Arizona Designs Kitchens and Baths

    In this case, our installer found a seam between the stone and mounted anchors there. There is a backer on the mirror that is attached to the anchors and then the mirror is mounted to the backer. In other instances, we make medicine cabinets out of the mirrors and so the mirrors would be mounted on the cabinet and the stacked stone would be installed around them. If you need to anchor something in the stone itself, it is recommended that you try and predrill the holes before installing the tile if at all possible.

ssmitche wrote:Jun 24, 2013
  • shoy98
    How are the mirrors mounted? Want to do that in my bathroom!
  • mindyb555
    Is the wall color confirmed as BM Cork?
jill1122 wrote:Apr 17, 2013
  • lynnbeattie
    what is the paint color and number?
  • Lori Ehmer
    So, is garden gate the manufacturer of this stone?
croll526 wrote:Mar 18, 2013
  • PRO
    Arizona Designs Kitchens and Baths
    In this case, our installer found a seam between the stone and mounted anchors there. In other instances, we make medicine cabinets out of the mirrors and so the mirrors would be mounted on the cabinet and the stacked stone would be installed around them.
  • Jeff Sider
    can you tell me the material and color of the countertop? Is it Silestone?
bbarbee58 wrote:Mar 11, 2013
  • PRO
    Arizona Designs Kitchens and Baths
    These sinks were provided by the countertop fabricator to match the quartz finish. Many solid surface fabricators will do this and it can get pricey. Check with your local providers to see if they can do it. Good luck!
  • jujucampbell
    Love this!
Nancy Ferreira wrote:Mar 10, 2013
  • Nancy Ferreira
    What is the wall color and trim color of this bathroom ?
    Thanks
  • PRO
    Arizona Designs Kitchens and Baths

    The paint color is a "Bisque Tan" and the trim is a white. I would start there and check with your local paint provider to get samples to make sure the picture is really how the paint will look in your space.

Angela Pace-Fincher wrote:Sep 8, 2017
  • Angela Pace-Fincher

    Can you explain building a "box". The mirrors of course that we'll purchase will have no hardware on the back of them to affix to the stone, so we're trying to achieve the look that y'all did

  • PRO
    Arizona Designs Kitchens and Baths

    We build a frame that extends out just past the surface of the stone. That frame has a plywood face that the mirror mounts to. Our mirror installer glues the mirror to the front of the frame/box and then will sometimes use an "L" track to support the weight of the mirror - just in case.

Dee Wei wrote:Mar 9, 2014
  • amrifkin
    Also available across the country at The Tile shop.
  • Rick Johnson
    Are you sure it's from Arizona Tile? The Golden Gate stackstone on their website looks different that what is show here. I also emailed Arizona Tile this photograph and they insist it did not come from one of their stores.
bamauricio wrote:Feb 20, 2014
  • PRO
    Arizona Designs Kitchens and Baths
    There is also a somewhat darker glaze that is part of the finish.
  • degraffenried
    I love these cabinets and the overall look - how much were the cabinets and counter top, and do you have any idea how I could get this in San Antonio, TX?
jrstirling8 wrote:Dec 4, 2013
  • amsterburg
    What pain color on the wall?
  • kcholmen
    How long is the vanity? My area is 7'7" I like the cabinet and drawer configuration.
bob5151 wrote:Mar 15, 2013
  • Terri
    We are starting from drywall and doing wall like this and I am wanting to attach two floating oval mirrors with brackets on outside of each mirror. Should we put mounting plates on prior to stacking the stone or can we just mount onto the stone after it is installed?
  • PRO
    Arizona Designs Kitchens and Baths
    Depending on the brackets and if you can place them accurately, install them before installing the stacked stone. You will then just need to cut around the brackets when you put the sheets of stone up. It is more difficult to notch the stacked stone if you wait to install the brackets until after the stone is installed.
pdxrocky wrote:Feb 19, 2013
  • Sandi McClung
    Could you tell me where I can purchase the wall mount magnifitying mirror?
  • PRO
    Arizona Designs Kitchens and Baths
    You can get the mirror a number of places including Bed, Bath & Beyond. Glad you like it!
aliciasarah wrote:Jan 16, 2013
  • mb_shannon
    Do you know the name and supplier of the pendant lights?
  • mb_shannon
    Never mind, I see that there are already responses on the pendant lights.
clpjjp wrote:Aug 12, 2014
  • PRO
    Arizona Designs Kitchens and Baths
    The product is called "Stackstone" and the color is Golden Gate. We get it through Arizona Tile who has a number of outlets in the Southwest.
  • clpjjp
    Arizona Stone is not available in my area - I found something very similar available in Wisconsin. It is: Sierra Stacked Stone (Real Stone Systems).
lsc3 wrote:Mar 31, 2013
  • PRO
    Arizona Designs Kitchens and Baths
    Definitely do not use stacked stone in a shower. It is not designed for a wet environment and it would be nearly impossible to keep the water from getting between the stones. I think you are on the right track with similarly colored tiles, maybe something a little larger scale, that would pull those warmer colors out of the stone wall behind the vanity. Start with maybe some 6" x 6" tiles and see how those look. Have fun!
  • goodblood52
    There is a tile that comes in 6 x 6 and 18 x 18, 24 x 24. It is called Keystone Wind. It is a beautiful travertine look porcelain Italian tile that has cream and gold and white in it with definition. It is not your usual flat looking tile. It has texture. I feel it would look really nice in this golden bathroom for floor and shower.
Linda Leonhart McCall, LLC wrote:Jan 27, 2013
  • PRO
    Arizona Designs Kitchens and Baths
    Unfortunately, the original spec showed wall sconces and the pendant lights were a last-minute change and we don't have record of the manufacturer. I think the change was a good move, though!
  • PRO
    Linda Leonhart McCall, LLC
    I agree. Thank you for your reply.
C Lou wrote:May 13, 2016
  • PRO
    Arizona Designs Kitchens and Baths

    With any uneven surface you will face a tougher challenge cleaning it. First, seal the stackstone to help keep particles from being soaked into the more porous stone material. You may need to reseal at intervals depending upon how often you clean it and how dirty it gets. Wipe the backsplash down regularly with a damp, lint-free cloth. For deep cleaning, it is recommended that you use a toothbrush or something similar with a non-caustic cleaner to remove the deeper dirt/debris.

    It is good to consider the long-term application for any installation including what regular maintenance is required. If you don't mind the extra upkeep, something like this is a very striking way of finishing off a bathroom space! Enjoy!

aspirin wrote:Jan 18, 2015
allie_757 wrote:Dec 30, 2013
  • PRO
    Arizona Designs Kitchens and Baths
    These sinks were provided by the countertop fabricator to match the quartz finish. Many solid surface fabricators will do this and it can get pricey. Check with your local providers to see if they can do it. Good luck!
Julie Hight wrote:Sep 18, 2013
  • PRO
    Shakuff
    Wow - that stone is beautiful! Looks like a spa. :) I'm relaxed just looking at it.

    We custom-make similar pendants from fused and blown glass. They're made specific to your budget and your space's needs. :)
ljwhitlock wrote:Jul 11, 2013
  • rknight1015
    Beautiful wall color -- what is it?
Rory Mauschbaugh wrote:Mar 11, 2013
  • PRO
    Arizona Designs Kitchens and Baths
    Stacked stone is not recommended in the shower because the water and dirt can accumulate between the individual stones and it is very hard to clean between them. The potential for mold and other unwanted problems is much higher than if you use a material with less relief and a smoother surface. There are other tiles that have come a long way and you can find various colors to somewhat mimic the look of the stacked stone. Glass mosaic can also be used in a shower as an accent to add some interest to a more neutral field tile.
907nomad wrote:Mar 5, 2013
  • PRO
    Arizona Designs Kitchens and Baths
    The stacked stone comes in sheets or preconnected pieces so there is minimal space between the individual stones. To install, you use thinset like you would when installing other types of tile. Check out YouTube for a number of videos regarding the installation of stacked stone - some are very helpful. Good luck!
awwitte wrote:Feb 17, 2013
  • PRO
    Arizona Designs Kitchens and Baths
    These pendant lights were last minute changes by the homeowner who provided them. The original spec called for wall sconces. We do not have the info on the pendants though we have seen similar lights at a local supplier called "Illuminations" located here in Tucson. Sorry we couldn't be of more help - they do look great!
geriprice wrote:Jan 22, 2013
Sarah Tjelde wrote:Jan 17, 2013
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                  eslene wrote:Jan 3, 2014

                    What Houzz contributors are saying:

                    lisa9089
                    Lisa Higgins added this to Go Au Naturel in the Bath With Beautiful StoneJun 26, 2014

                    This rustic backsplash, with its twin mirrored medicine cabinets, adds interest — and texture — to a Phoenix bathroom. It’s made of Stackstone, a mesh-backed quartzite that’s shown here in Golden Gate. The cabinets are alder with a clear finish, and they are topped with a Caesarstone quartz counter.

                    What Houzzers are commenting on:

                    karen_mikolainis
                    Karen Mikolainis added this to front bathroomyesterday

                    mini pendants, mirror, textured wall

                    david_breiter
                    David Breiter added this to Breiter Residence - Designyesterday

                    Like the vanity and stone wall but not the countertop or mirrors

                    webuser_655954376
                    HU-655954376 added this to My ideas2 days ago

                    Like this stacked stone for possibly around the grill.

                    will_charles62
                    Absolute Interiors and Design, LLC added this to Dani and BryanJun 8, 2019

                    vanity wall/ fireplace wall again, just different color

                    jimmies123456
                    jimmies123456 added this to jimmies123456's IdeasJun 4, 2019

                    The sink and counter is one piece

                    becky4525
                    Becky Zelinski added this to Master BathMay 29, 2019

                    Use of wood behind vanity mirrors. Style.

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