Now this is a wall, this is a thing of beauty, this is real, real stone . . . not some concrete product from a mold.

Now thats a frakin wall
Now that's a frakin' wall

Briar Hill

How could anyone in our profession not appreciate this?

How could you not fight tooth and nail to have this installed over some product from the latest line of concrete you had just seen at this years trade show?


It creates character, it creates shadow  . . . light, life, movement . . . the stone is dynamic.

Create statements go beyond the mediocre.


Addendum: More information about Briar Hill stone can be found here.

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