Stylish and Cost-Effective Adobe Brick Veneer Project Home by Coronado Stone Products and Standard Pacific Homes


Here's a stylish photo gallery of a stylish and cost-effective adobe brick veneer project home by Coronado Stone Products and Standard Pacific Homes.

The veneer is applied to the large archway between the kitchen and living room, providing an accent to the dark beige paint in the kitchen and the exposed wood beams in the living room. Another accented wall in the living room is behind the small fireplace.

Welcome to our gallery featuring the Adobe Brick Veneer home by Coronado Stone Products and Standard Pacific Homes.

The Adobe Brick Veneer home is located in Phoenix, Arizona.

Coronado Stone Products, with over 50 years of experience, is the leader in manufactured stone. They produce stone veneers, thin bricks and floor tiles for use in home building and renovation. Coronado Stone has 7 factories across the United States and Canada.

Architectural stone veneers can greatly enhance the look and feel of a room without the price tag of renovating with stone. All products are hand crafted from natural stone in a process that makes it difficult to discern which is veneer and which is natural stone.

Coronado Stone Products has been creating simulated stone siding that captures the natural elegance and beauty of stone and offers the widest selection of colors and textures in the industry. These products are used in this project, however, to renovate the interior of a home and boost the value and style of the home all in one swoop.

Standard Pacific Homes is headquartered in Orange County, California, but focuses on building family-oriented communities in the largest housing markets in the United States. These include California, Florida, Texas, North and South Carolina, Arizona, and Colorado.

Founded in 1965, Standard Pacific Homes has grown into the forefront of building sustainable, appealing communities, and an outstanding home purchasing experience every step of the way.

The gorgeous Adobe Brick Veneer project features Coronado Stone Products’ Adobe Brick thin veneer. Masonry veneer has several advantages to a structural brick. Veneers are lighter, less expensive, and because they are attached to a structure, they can have insulation behind them, resulting in lower heating and cooling costs compared to stone.

This project displays the style a brick veneer can bring to a home, and how difficult it is to distinguish a Coronado Stone Product veneer from a traditional Adobe Brick wall.

Please enjoy this gallery.

Traditional dining room with an adobe brick veneer wall beside the main archway entrance.

Traditional dining room with an adobe brick veneer wall beside the main archway entrance.

A closer view of the living room shows the angled wall covered in adobe bricks. The veneer easily blends into, yet provides a stark contrast in color and texture to the gray-green paint and white fireplace mantle. The stone floors are covered by a large beige area rug.

A closer view of the living room shows the angled wall covered in adobe bricks. The veneer easily blends into, yet provides a stark contrast in color and texture to the gray-green paint and white fireplace mantle. The stone floors are covered by a large beige area rug.

This home bar area with distressed dark wood cabinets has a miniature refrigerator and wine racks. An Adobe Brick veneer accent wall behind the bar adds style and rustic flair to this little alcove.

This home bar area with distressed dark wood cabinets has a miniature refrigerator and wine racks. An Adobe Brick veneer accent wall behind the bar adds style and rustic flair to this little alcove.

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