Boston Blend™ Thin Veneer by Stoneyard®

Made in New England from Natural Stone

For people that love the look of New England natural stone, Stoneyard® Thin Veneer is the natural recycled stone that architects, builders and masons use to display real stone on vertical areas. Our best-selling Boston Blend™ Thin Veneer is a custom blend of stone shapes and colors found only in New England, delivered to locations throughout the U.S.

Boston Blend Products

Boston Blend Natural Thin Stone Veneer is cut and split from REAL stone (NOT man-made, not artificial, no cement, not cultured and not manufactured stone veneer) right here in the USA. Our Thin Stone Veneer products consist of quarried and weathered natural stone that has been cut thin (1 inch thick) and weigh less than 15 lbs per SF (square foot).

Use it for interior or exterior projects including stone siding, fireplaces, foundations, and any other architectural construction project that demands the finest surface covering.

Country home for entertaining in rustic luxury

This craftsman style residence uses a mix of the Boston Blend Mosaic and Square & Rectangular thin stone veneer. It was used as a kitchen backsplash, interior wall accent, on multiple fireplaces, and stone archways.

New England’s finest real stone veneer was the perfect choice to pair with the rustic décor. The variety of Boston Blend colors complement any design setting with an elegant touch.

Our Customers Love Boston Blend

Your product (Boston Blend Thin Veneer) was amazing to work with and the finished product speaks for itself. Thank you.

Charles River Wine Cellars, Wellesley Hills, MA

I used Boston Blend for my stairs and chimney from Stoneyard and we are very happy with the outcome. However, it means more when the owner shows up and not only gives you a hand but finished the job for me. The two of us carried that 200 lb granite capping up the staging in about fifteen minutes. I learned lots from the Master Stonemason David Croteau and could not have done it without his help. Thanks again!

—Tim O’Keefe
Nashua, NH