Combination of stone and door

Natural stone and door combination
A new, different, and unusual home decoration lies in the simple combination of stone and door.

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Although minimalism is the leading trend in architecture and interior design, more and more people are looking for interesting solutions for simple but impressive decoration in their homes. There are thousands of ideas. To make your choice easier, the STONE-3 team provides you with some intriguing suggestions for the combination of natural stone and door.

Characteristics of Natural Stone:

Natural stone is a very durable and sustainable natural material that possesses incredible beauty. Gneiss tiles are a preferred material for cladding and decoration in both exteriors and interiors. Suitable for walls, niches, fences, fireplaces, hearths, flooring, etc.

Gneiss is preferred because of the many advantages it holds. The material is environmentally friendly and has a long life due to its sustainability. The stone is extremely beautiful in appearance. It creates unique decorations that give a feeling of security, comfort, and coziness. It fits perfectly and complements any interior and architectural style.

Like any other product, natural stone has its disadvanatges. They are, however, significantly fewer in number. The first downside has to do with installation. To put gneiss is need a solid surface, ie it can not be fastened on the drywall at home. In addition, the lining may collect more dust and fine particles that would be difficult to clean.

Stone lining on the front door:

The combination of stone and door can be applied to both the exterior and interior.

Gneiss is suitable for decorating the front door. Areas in close proximity to it, such as exterior columns, walls, stairs, railings, skirting boards, corners, etc., can be tiled.

The exterior cladding, around front doors, can be part of a larger one, such as lining the entire wall or foundation of the house. For this placement, the use of larger and bulkier stones is recommended to be significantly stronger and add security to the home.

The gneiss tiles will add a special beauty and charm to the building. It will set her apart from the rest. The durability of the material will make the cladding virtually indestructible and everlasting.

Stone decoration on the interior door:

Facing stones can also be combined with interior doors.

Interior linings are a little more specific. For these, the use of thinner gneiss tiles is recommended to achieve a more subtle effect and not take away from the available space.

The interior cladding complements the aesthetics of the home. Combining the wall colors, flooring, and interior door with stone will give the room an authentic atmosphere and natural beauty.

The space around the interior door can be filled with stone in different variations, for example, gneiss along the entire wall, in the opening, around the corners, etc. It will not only act as a decoration for your home but will also protect corners, walls, and even doors from wear and mechanical damage.

Arch of stone:

The contemporary design puts open spaces on a pedestal in the home. This is why people often opt out of installing interior doors and instead opt for gates.

A common practice is the creation of an arch at the entrance to the room. This type of “door” imitates the entrance to a cave or an ancient opening. This solution is preferred in old construction to connect two separate rooms.

When building interior arches, a strong and secure material is needed to withstand the weight of the building. Such a product is precisely the natural stone, which serves not only for the creation of portals but also in their decoration with facing stones.

The combination of stone and door guarantees interesting results. Gneiss lining around the entrance and interior doors is a new and different way of decorating a space inside and outside the home.

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