Boston Blend™ Mosaic Thin Stone Veneer
Mosaic pattern stone veneer consists of irregular pieces of natural stone for siding, facing, and cladding. The shapes consist primarily of triangles and stop sign shapes and the pattern is similar to the mosaic dimensions created from broken ice. Dry, normal jointed, or over-grout looks available from the installation technique employed by the installer. Sold as individual stones not stone panels.
Facing Area Regular: 0.25 - 1.25 sf per piece
Size: (4.5 inch x 8 inch) to (11 inch x 16 inch)
Facing Area Small: 0.05 - 0.25 sf per piece
Size: (2.5 inch x 3 inch) to (4.5 inch x 8 inch)
Thickness: 1 inch (0.75-1.25 inch)
Weight: Less than 14 lbs per sf*
Colors: Gray, tan, white, beige, blue, pink, black
Flat Packaging: 5 sf box, 168 sf crate
Angle: 90˚- Other Corner Angles
Long End Length: 4.0 - 12.0 inch
Short End Length: 3.0 - 6.0 inch
Thickness: 1.0 inch thick (0.75-1.25 inch)
Weight: Less than 14 lbs per sf
Coverage: Approx. 0.75 sf of facing area per lf* of corner
Corner Packaging: 5 lf box, 75 lf half crate, 150 lf crate
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The finished project photos on our website are amazing! These are most often submitted by our customers. You can order FREE thin veneer samples online, or visit us at 265 Foster Street, Littleton, MA 01460 USA. Call 800.231.220.
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*sf = square foot, lf = linear foot