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Random Height Tumbled

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ThinCut™ Natural Stone Veneer - Random Height Tumbled, Chateau Bay with half inch mortar joints
Chateau Bay (Limestone)

Colors are integral and require no additional treatment or finishes. Our color selections enable you to match and color coordinate any stone with all of our Architectural Profiles & Trim products. This includes products such as watertable sills, wall/pier caps, window/door trim, and more!

Description

Random Height Tumbled from ThinCut™ Natural Stone Veneer is identical to Random Height in specs & sizes, but features uniquely enhanced edges to complement a classic yet stylish design. This upscale stone goes through a final tumbling process to create softened edges & muted colors, giving the stone a more aged feel. Available in one color, Chateau Bay Random Height Tumbled is made of a blend of two signature products with colors ranging from cool to warm grays of Blue River to the lighter blue-gray tones with some buff variegation of Brookhaven. Evoking a high-end look, Random Height Tumbled is the perfect contemporary stone choice for a timeless indoor/outdoor and residential/commercial applications.

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  • Stone Sizes:
  •      – Length: Random up to 24″
  •      – Height: 2″ to 8″
  •      – Thickness: Approximately 1″
  •      – Corners: Available
  •      – 100% Split Face
  • Stocked Colors: 1
  •      – Chateau Bay

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