current obsessions: chic interior wall coverings with stacked stone

August 30, 2018

Interior-Wall

Are your walls looking a little too plain? When you’re trying to add a chic touch to the walls, the go-to suggestion is usually to paint them a different color or hang up some artwork. There’s no denying the right color and accessories can improve a room’s style, but they’re not enough to truly transform a room. But what else is there? Stacked stone!

Although stacked stone is usually only considered for those who want to add a rustic or natural element to their homes, it can do so much more. Stacked stone works well in a variety of design styles, lending itself to chic home office ideas or upscale kitchens, and much more. These images prove it!

Coal Canyon

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Get this look with MSI's Coal Canyon Quartzite Ledger Panels (Photo Credit: Houzz)

In decor, as in so many things, there’s value in standing out from the crowd — showing personality and charisma. On the other hand, too much “personality” can look a bit gaudy. That’s why stacked stone is such a great choice to dress up a room. The Coal Canyon quartzite ledger panels installed in this contemporary room are distinctive, but since it’s monochromatic, it’s all about the texture.

Rustic Gold

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Get this look with MSI's Rustic Gold Slate Stacked Stone Panels (Photo Credit: Houzz)

Many homeowners love to follow trends, but many trends can look dated in a short amount of time. Stacked stone is a timeless, classic material — a bit of nature never goes out of fashion. Using it in unexpected ways, such as in a glass-front shower stall, offers a dramatic punch that you’ll enjoy for many years.

Fossil Rustic

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Get this look with MSI's Fossil Rustic Sandstone Ledger Panels (Photo Credit: Houzz)

With stacked stone ledger panels, you don’t need to cover a whole wall to make a big statement. This vertical accent wall featuring Fossil Rustic sandstone ledger adds an unexpected, delightful element to the room. The soothing shades of gray and cream are a cinch to match, and with pre-assembled panels it’s not difficult to create a professional straight edge.

Calacatta Cressa 3D

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Featured: Calacatta Cressa 3D Stacked Stone Ledger Panels

Whether it’s crafted of colorful slate stone veneers or a subtle gray and white marble such as Calacatta Cressa, a stacked stone accent wall or backsplash may be that one element you need to pull a room design together and make it look complete. In this elegant white kitchen, the gray veining in the white marble ledger panels complements both light and dark elements.

Midnight Ash

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Get this look with MSI's Midnight Ash Peel And Stick Stacked Stone (Photo Credit: Houzz)

In contemporary designs, it’s all about contrast. Bright white and dark gray is a classic combination, with the dark Midnight Ash slate wall tile providing depth and eye-pleasing texture. This wall is created with a thin, peel-and-stick stone veneer — it’s real, natural stone, so even though it’s a breeze to install, it will look like a million bucks.

If you’ve always associated stacked stone with outdoor hardscaping, fireplaces, or a rustic lodge, these stylish, contemporary examples should show you how chic a stone wall or accent can be. Maybe one of MSI’s top-quality ledger panel options is just what your home needs to look its best! Find out by browsing our web gallery.