Eldorado Stone Showcases Intricate, Hand Painted Hues with Five New Color Palettes at the 2019 International Builders’ Show

SAN DIEGO, CAEldorado Stone unveils five new color palettes across four of its most popular stone and brick profiles during the 2019 National Association of Home Builder’s International Builders Show (IBS) in Las Vegas, Nevada. Each debut showcases the manufacturer’s intricate, hand painted color application process and represents the latest advancements in color layering techniques for architectural stone veneer. The new options include two new colors for award-winning Vintage Ranch™, along with one new hue each in Limestone, RomaBrick and LedgeCut33®. Eldorado Stone is exhibiting in booth C4519 from February 19-21, 2019, alongside numerous brands from several divisions of parent organization Boral North America.

Dawnwood
Dawnwood – Vintage Ranch
Grand Banks
Grand Banks – Limestone

 

 

 

 

 

 

“We listen closely to the architecture and design community as we continue to innovate our products and incorporate the latest techniques that help shape meaningful spaces,” said Sarah Lograsso, Director of Marketing. “As we develop more expressive color palettes, we push ourselves to take calculated risks without sacrificing the character and authenticity of the natural inspirations behind each profile’s composition and texture.”

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New color profiles featured in Booth C4519 during IBS 2019 include:

  • Whitecap LedgeCut33: Inspired by crashing waves and pristine sand, Whitecap incorporates warm coppers and muted blues, providing a multilayered color option to complement modern design styles. With the introduction of Whitecap, Eldorado Stone reveals the next generation of modern coloring techniques and continues to elevate the tones and textures found in the natural world.
  • Dawnwood and Stratuswood Vintage Ranch: The debut of Dawnwood and Stratuswood drive the growing trend of utilizing warm neutrals in lieu of cool tones. Expanding the color offerings of this popular stone profile, Dawnwood resembles a whitewashed beige wood, and Stratuswood features earthy grays mingled with warm tones.
  • Grand Banks Limestone: Grand Banks balances cream and silvery blue hues with accents of rust and gray-greens across the surface of Limestone, infusing timeless textures with modern sophistication. This chiseled profile conveys traditional formalities and is roughhewn into a rectangular shape.
  • Osso RomaBrick: Osso, the new “blonde brick,” integrates warm and ivory-inspired tones to provide a new option for exploring the nuances of color and depth in a variety of designs. This contemporary option for the classically minded shape of RomaBrick bridges the gap between ancient sensibilities and the present day.