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Granite is the superior material choice for outdoor fountains because of its beauty and durability. The fountain design options are endless with stone! Choose your granite variety and as many or as few carved details as you like. Check out these three stunning granite fountain designs for inspiration!

1. Four-Tier Granite Fountain

Complement your garden with this classic granite fountain. Each tier on this fountain is hand carved with care by an expert artisan. It features a finial with Acanthus leaf details and petal-like basins. The neutral color of the granite will make a wonderful backdrop for plants and flowers in your garden,...

Warmer weather is here and summer months are approaching! Follow our fountain maintenance tips to keep your fountain looking and working great this season. 

Clear Debris

Remove all leaves, twigs and dirt that may have collected in your fountain basins during the winter. Leaving organic matter in the basins can stain the stone and damage the fountain pump.

You should also clear debris from the fountain pump. Pollen, leaves and dirt can collect and clog the pump. To clean it, remove the cover and rinse out the filter. Another way to clear buildup from the pump is to gently scrub away debris with an old...

April is Garden Month – the perfect time to spruce up your garden decor! Consider adding one of these three stone items to your garden to enhance it. 

1. Stepping Stones And Pavers

Stepping stones and pavers create walking paths throughout your landscape. Add natural stone paths to your garden to easily stroll from one area of your garden to another. Stone can be transformed into a variety of shapes. We have large turtle shell stepping stones to add a whimsical feeling to your garden.

Stone pavers can also be used to create walking paths, and they are a great way to finish your driveway, patio or pool deck instead of using...

With the weather warming up, it’s time to start thinking about updating your landscape! Adding stone to your garden will transform your landscape into a tranquil oasis. 

Fountains

Artisan sculptors transform blocks of stone into exquisite fountain masterpieces for you to enjoy in your garden. The sound of trickling and bubbling water creates a relaxing atmosphere. Fountains are available in a variety of styles, from rustic to classic, to match your landscape.

Bridges

Relaxing backyard ponds are taken to the next level with a stone bridge. Skip the rotting wooden bridges that will wear quickly and add a long-lasting...

Stone accents fit in perfectly with the natural look of a garden. Natural stone is durable, and it will bring beauty to your landscape for many years. There are a variety of ways to add stone to your garden. Take a look at five stone accents:

1. Planters

Large stone planters are perfect for medium-sized trees and shrubs and larger flower arrangements. The durability of natural stone means these unique planters will outlast traditional terra-cotta, plastic and concrete planters. Natural stone planters are available in a variety of styles from classic to rustic. 

 

2. Lanterns

One-of-a-kind stone lanterns add ambiance and...

There are endless design opportunities with stone fountains. View five unique designs for your garden:

1. Water Wheel

This water wheel fountain is a sculpture within a sculpture! The rustic granite fountain features a precisely sculpted paddle wheel and mill house placed within the hollowed out cavity of the large boulder. As the water flows, it cascades over the paddle wheel, causing it to spin. The water flows into the self-contained boulder basin below and is recirculated to flow through again.

2. Fish

This wide-eyed fish fountain is handcarved from Maple Leaf Red granite. The water carvings around the bottom of the...

If you are considering installing a fountain in your landscape this summer, you should take the material into consideration. While there are many stone types offered for fountains, granite is the best option.

Granite Fountains

Granite is one of the most durable stones. The only substance harder than granite is diamond. Unlike other stone types, granite does not have a porous surface that traps water. Water trapped in porous stones can cause the stone fountain to crack and crumble as the water freezes and thaws. 

You can enjoy the beauty of a granite fountain year round because they don’t need to be covered up in the...

Kitchens are one of the most valued spaces in a home. They are used every day for cooking, eating and gathering. Investing in your kitchen will bring value to your whole home. If you are remodeling your kitchen, consider upgrading these standard pieces with stone designs: 

1. Sink

Swap out your traditional kitchen sink for a granite version. Granite sinks are durable and offer one-of-a-kind beauty to your home. These sinks can be made in any shape or size in a variety of stone colors. Skilled artisans can even add intricate handcarved details to the front of apron-front sinks. Adding a granite sink to your kitchen will give the...