Request Pricing Technical Docs Architect Resources Where to Buy
Only available in Washington State and Canadian K2 Stone locations.Our Castle Rock Full Bed Ledge Stone, quarried in Northwest Montana, can enhance the beauty and style of any architecture – from warm and rustic to cool and contemporary. With a rough-hewn full bed profile in cool tones of grey and brown with touches of warm copper, this material has a traditional ledge stone shape. The rectangular and square stones have a bed depth of up to 6" and range from 2" to 8" face heights and 3" to 18" lengths.
Learn More About Castle Rock Full Bed Ledge StoneApply Castle Rock Full Bed Ledge Stone to any vertical surface on the exterior of your home for dimensional visual drama. It looks great on half or full walls, on eaves and on columns and pillars. Used around the principle entrance – as a front door surround, or on porches, porticoes and low retaining walls – this material can create a sense of occasion for arriving family members or guests. It also works well to tie together different elements and areas, creating harmony across different elevations and levels, or between a garage or out building and a main structure. Castle Rock Ledge Stone is complemented by our custom finishing elements – 90-degree cut corners, wainscot sills and wall caps.
Natural full bed stone can also anchor landscaping plans around your property. Use it on retaining walls around planting beds or pool decks, but also to create distinct outdoor "rooms" for relaxing and entertaining. For kitchen and dining areas especially, Castle Rock Full Bed Ledge Stone is a great surround material for fireplace, grills and outdoor food prep areas.
Interior Designers love the organic character that Castle Rock brings to indoor spaces as well. Use it in great rooms or dens as a fireplace surround (matched with custom hearth and mantel pieces). Or create a spa-like oasis in the bathroom by using it to create a feature wall or to surround a shower enclosure. This material can also lend distinction to under-appreciated transitional spaces like hallways and foyers.