San Diego-based El Dorado Stone introduced Rivenwood, a new panelized stone veneer profile with wood grain characteristics.
Rivenwood is designed with authentic details such as nails, breaks and knots with a unique patina that blends natural wood colors with unexpected tonal grains for an aged yet contemporary design. It’s said to be inspired by the pioneering craftsmanship seen in 19th century barns.
“Our goal with Rivenwood was to provide a uniquely contemporary profile that also pays homage to the artistry and versatility of reclaimed barnwood structures,” said Sarah Lograsso, Director of Marketing and Product Design. “This profile translates the beautiful aging process of wood into a captivating veneer format that would be right at home in transitional interior or exterior applications.”
Rivenwood is available in three colorways:
• Shelter Cove: an organic grey with flashes of silver and light brown.
• Tawny Brown: a rich, mature brown with lighter tones peppered throughout.
• Shore Breeze: a fresh and creamy white.
Each colorway in the Rivenwood profile was designed to show textural diversity and intricate imperfections, giving a weathered, sawcut wood look while the profile’s slender pieces and complex hues contribute a current design aesthetic.