SAN DIEGO, CA – Designers, architects and homeowners are looking more to natural surroundings when choosing architectural stone veneer and other materials for new projects and renovations. To simplify the search, Eldorado Stone offers a proprietary online Product Selector Tool that has been synchronized with local inventory data and feedback from the architecture and design community to help users quickly match product offerings with distinct regional variations in color, texture and overall style choices.
“Region by region, we’re seeing homeowners and trade professionals select products that embody the rich color, texture and character of the landscapes surrounding them,” said Sarah Lograsso, Director of Marketing for Eldorado Stone. “We created our Product Selector Tool to simplify this process. It has a five-step prompt that allows you to generate a customized list of stone and brick veneer options that best match the unique natural features in your geographic region.”
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Eldorado Stone analyzed inventories throughout the nation and found that regional architectural and design trends distinctively vary from coast to coast. Clean, modern color palettes and simple textures prevail throughout coastal areas along both seaboards. Rich, earthy hues set the tone in residential and commercial spaces throughout the Pacific Northwest, while New England projects embrace the cool neutrals that best define Cape Cod and craftsman style homes. In the Southwest, homeowners continue to gravitate toward the iconic Sedona reds and sunbaked tans that characterize the landscape, while Midwesterners have fully embraced the rugged textures and woody colors associated with cabin living.
While all of Eldorado Stone products are suitable for indoor or outdoor application, availability of additional colors and textures varies by region and geographical trends.