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The Benefits of Limestone Walls in Your Home

Utilizing Limestone Walls

Limestone is a natural material that brings the sense of beauty and nature into a home. It can be used in a number of ways and is highly popular for flooring, as well as countertops. Limestone is also sometimes placed on walls, either inside for decorative purposes or outside as a landscaping element. If you are thinking of including a limestone wall in your home in some form or another, here are some of the benefits you can gain:


Benefit 1: Natural Beauty

As mentioned before, limestone has a beautiful, natural element to it that you cannot achieve with just any material. Limestone occurs naturally over thousands of years, so it brings an overwhelming, massive quality to it that can also feel modern. It fits in with anything else you have going in your home and upgrades any room to a new level of elegance. Many people find that adding limestone to just one wall in their home can act as a nice accent to bring a living space together. Outside, it fits in well, too, since it’s in a natural area, just as its origin place.

Benefit 2: Heightened Value

Limestone is one of those valuable materials that adds value wherever it goes. You want to know if you are putting in a limestone wall that you will see a return on your investment. You probably know you are going to enjoy the wall yourself, but it’s nice to hear that you will get that money back someday if you sell the house. Limestone is not something that goes out of style and it is highly valuable, so you will definitely see a return on your investment if you choose to bring limestone elements into your home. 

Benefit 3: Durability

Think about some of the buildings and sculptures across the world that use limestone materials. They’ve lasted for decades—centuries, even, in some cases. That means that limestone is a material that isn’t easily broken down. When you place it on your walls, you know it is there to stay and it will look nice for the long term. Limestone is a porous material that you will want to seal when you are using it in certain locations like flooring and countertops where it could get scratched and stained, but walls are less impacted and don’t require as much upkeep.

Benefit 4: Versatility

You don’t have to put in a limestone wall that looks like every other wall. In fact, it’s nearly impossible to do so. Limestone is a unique material that comes in many different tones and can be finished in a variety of ways as well. When you put in a limestone wall, you have something unique that can fit into many different parts of your home. You can put in a limestone wall behind the fireplace as an accent piece, around your shower for a natural feel, or around your garden to bring a natural barrier between your plants and the bunnies that want them so badly.

Considering Limestone Walls

If you are thinking about limestone walls in one area or another, contact the professionals at Impression for advice as to what would work best for you and your lifestyle.

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