38 Best Stone Accent Wall Ideas To Add More Style To Your Interior

What is your association when you see a stone wall? Nature, strength, power?

Because of that and the number of advantages the stone offers as material, nowadays it has become very popular for interior use.

The stone cladding easily turns a wall into a statement piece and adds character to the neutral space.

Best Stone Accent Wall Ideas. An accent wall is a way to give your home a more polished and stylish look while creating a cozy atmosphere. Here are some ideas to make a stone accent wall with a cozy rustic feel. #decorhomeideas
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Today, we are going to reveal 38 of the Best Stone Accent Wall Ideas.

They will prove that stone is a universal material when it comes to indoor application and also one of the easiest décor means to make an elegant and unique accent piece thanks to the wide variety of colors and textures the market offers.

1. Stone Veneer Accent Wall

Stone Veneer Accent Wall
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This modern open floor plan room features zoned areas that perfectly pair in design, color palette and material texture.

The light fixtures are very important not only for illumination but also for highlighting statement pieces. The accent lights in the ceiling here provide a glow that showcases the vinyl stone wall that frames a gas fireplace.

2. Natural Stone Accent Wall

Natural Stone Accent Wall
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This stacked flagstone material covers the wall of the fireplace to create a bold contrast with the copper plated hood.

The wall is highlighted by accent lights hanging from the ceiling and is complemented by the fabric tones of the pillowcases standing on the couches right opposite the stone wall.

3. Cabin Bathroom Design

Cabin Bathroom Design
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The stone wall and the wood furnishing give this bathroom a cabin-like look. They are in the same earthy tone to look complete and elegant.

This atmosphere is very suitable for the application of this space because it urges calmness and relaxation.

4. Grey Faux Stone Bath Tub Wall

Grey Faux Stone Bath Tub Wall
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This is an inspiring stone accent wall idea for a small bathroom. The vinyl stone lining covers a small wall where the claw foot bathtub stays to make bathing relaxing.

The color of the stone matches the floor tiles and together they create a visual illusion of a deeper room.

5. Bedroom Natural Stone Wall

Bedroom Natural Stone Wall
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The texture of this bedroom wall mimics natural stone which gives the décor a cabin look. The accent wall in this room is chosen to be the wall behind the headboard.

It is visually continued with wooden boards covering part of the ceiling in an arched shape.

Accent lights are built-in on the wooden ceiling to make the bedroom cozier and more inviting.

6. Stone Accent Wall With Rustic Wooden Mantel

Stone Accent Wall With Rustic Wooden Mantel
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The best place for creating a stone accent wall is the fireplace wall. These two features supplement each other perfectly because of their natural origin.

Nowadays, you can choose faux stone panels from a variety of earthy tones that will combine with the existing décor.

7. Traditional Cabin Bedroom Decor

Traditional Cabin Bedroom Decor
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The stone and wood wall lining is traditional for cabin interiors.

If you like the calming atmosphere of the cabin, you can always recreate it in your bedroom despite your home location.

8. Accentuate Architecture Elements With Stone

Accentuate Architecture Elements With Stone
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The stone wall lining is great for accentuating an architectural specific in your home. This inspiring home décor idea showcases how the vinyl stone panels are used to highlight two niches in the wall.

They are located in one and the same room but create zones. The stone wall unites them visually and lets them feel belonging to the space.

9. Brick Wall To Accentuate The Fireplace

Brick Wall To Accentuate The Fireplace
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The fireplace is an important part of the home décor even if it is not functional and used. Its genuine capability to make the atmosphere welcoming and calming is irreplaceable, hence people tend to leave it as a décor feature even if it is not used.

Use stone or brick vinyl panels to accentuate this feature and enhance its impact on the interior.

10. Stacked Natural Stone In Living Room

Stacked Natural Stone In Living Room
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If you want to smooth out the modern touch the TV unit brings to a farmhouse living room décor, cover the wall where it is mounted in stone.

This stacked stone accent wall idea features neutral earthy tones that pair perfectly with the trunk table and the natural accents in the room.

11. Rough Stone Staircase Base

Rough Stone Staircase Base
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If you are looking for an authentic and bold accent, check out this amazing idea. The base of this staircase has been built from stones and they have never been covered with a finishing coat.

Instead, the roughness of the stacked stones is left to add unique texture and make this entryway welcoming.

12. Modern Staircase With Grey Stone Panels

Modern Staircase With Grey Stone Panels
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The stone texture can be given a modern look if it is in a trendy color.

The dark grey of this staircase stone wall combines harmoniously with the sleek grey and white adjacent décor.

13. Zoning With Stone Accent Wall

Zoning With Stone Accent Wall
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Use different textures of the walls to zone the open floor room.

The brick or stone accent wall is great for the living space while the shiplap or plain drywall cover works well for a kitchen and a dining room.

14. Modern Farmhouse Living Room With Faux Stone Accent Wall

Modern Farmhouse Living Room With Faux Stone Accent Wall
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This contemporary and airy living room is given a rustic charm with the faux stone wall framing the fireplace.

Together they create an accent feature that warms up the space both literally and visually.

15. Rough Stacked Stones Accent Wall

Rough Stacked Stones Accent Wall
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The stone cover of this wall and the built-in small pendant lights spread on it act as dual accent in this living space.

The candle-like shape of the sconces over the rough stone texture mimics an outdoor element that adds so much charm and creates visual interest.

via Charlie and Co Design

16. Stone Veneer Accent Wall In Grey

Stone Veneer Accent Wall In Grey
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This airy and contemporary master bedroom is given a character with the textured grey stone wall behind the headboard.

The layers of pillows and bed duvets continue the layered décor technique and together they create a visually appealing atmosphere.

via Eagle Stone and Brick

17. Elegant Farmhouse Entryway

Elegant Farmhouse Entryway
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Textures are what give this entryway a farmhouse look. A combination of stacked stone accent wall, wood framed windows and earthy-toned floor tiles create a uniform and finished décor.

The light coming through the windows makes sure that the statement wall is highlighted during the day. The subtle built-in ceiling light fixtures will accentuate it during the night.

18. Warm-Up The Space With Two Stone Accent Walls

Warm-Up The Space With Two Stone Accent Walls
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This home decor idea features a dual stone accent wall. It is the design element that gives the contemporary living room character.

The stone panels cover two separate walls divided by built-in storage units. Both walls are supported by a light source that lets them stand out.

via John Buchan Homes

19. Spa Interior With Natural Stone

Spa Interior With Natural Stone
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The stone accent wall is great for bathroom décor. In addition to giving it a character, the stone also creates a spa-feel.

Enhance the relaxing atmosphere with pillar candles and subtle light coming from sconces.

via Eldorado Stone

20. Masonry Work Into A Statement Wall

Masonry Work Into A Statement Wall
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Adding a stone accent wall mimicking masonry texture is an amazing way to add an authentic and unique touch to traditional home décor.

The earthy tones of the stones and the textured surface pair well with the elegant wooden chairs with leather seats.
Highlight the accent wall with sconces or reading lamps to enhance its impact on the space.

via Garman Builders

21. Contemporary Living Room With A Natural Stone Accent Wall

Contemporary Living Room With A Natural Stone Accent Wall
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This is a chic living space featuring décor in neutral tones, natural textures and many windows that make the space so fresh and airy.

The centerpiece of the décor is the fireplace which stays in the center of an arched wall.

The fireplace wall is covered with natural stone that is complemented by a rustic dark-stained mantel and artwork in the same dark color.

via L Marie Interior Design

22. Visual Interest With Stone Cladding

Visual Interest With Stone Cladding
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This contemporary living room is decorated in trendy neutral colors. The fireplace creates a point of interest with its textured cladding and warms up the cold space.

via State Street Interiors

23. Elegant Bedroom With A Stone Veneer Accent Wall

Elegant Bedroom With A Stone Veneer Accent Wall
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The stone cladding can be used to give a room a more refined look. In this bedroom décor, the stacked stone panels on the wall behind the headboard contrast with the neutral tones of the furniture and the bed lining.

Pendant lights on both sides of the bed make sure that the warm tones of the stones are accentuated so that the atmosphere is cozy and welcoming all the time.

via Living Stone Design

24. Modern Entryway With Grey Stone Accent Wall

Modern Entryway With Grey Stone Accent Wall
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Mixing the authentic rustic texture of the stone with modern metal accents creates a unique décor that will turn a neutral space into a space with character.

This modern home décor showcases how natural materials can be included in the contemporary design to make the space more personalized and welcoming.

via Pegasus Builders

25. Airy Bedroom With White Stone Accent Wall

Airy Bedroom With White Stone Accent Wall
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In this bedroom décor idea the white quartzite stone veneer covers the wall behind the bed. The subtle texture and sparkle of the stone enhance the visual depth that is initially created by the pillars on both sides of the wall.

The white stone veneer acts also as a contrast that highlights the unique combination of a contemporary architectural design and traditional furniture.

via Kat Alves

26. Antique Bedroom Decor With Natural Stone And Wood

Antique Bedroom Decor With Natural Stone And Wood
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The antique masonry look of the wall behind the bed makes this French farmhouse bedroom more refined.

Furnishing with antique pieces that showcase the texture and color of natural wood complement the authentic stone wall and let the bedroom feel very charming and cozy.

via Eldorado Stone

27. Timeless Elegance With Natural Stone

Timeless Elegance With Natural Stone
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If your rooms are separated by an arch, then you need to find a way to highlight its architectural beauty.

Cladding it with stone is one of the ways to turn it into a statement piece. You can choose from a variety of faux stones that mimic the texture and look of natural stone.

via Jenkins Design Build

28. Add Character To A Small Space

Add Character To A Small Space
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If the living room is of small or medium size and you are looking for a way to give it interest without overwhelming the space, here is an inspiring home décor idea for you.

It features a fireplace that is cladded with stone veneer only halfway through.
The color of the panels is light and coherent with the furniture color.

29. Transitional Wall Cladded With Stone

Transitional Wall Cladded With Stone
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Depending on the architecture and spacing of your home, the accent wall can be a transition wall between two areas.

The image here offers an inspiring idea of how the transition piece can be given an interest that matches the décor of both spaces. The stone texture can be mimicked with faux veneer panels and even wallpaper.

via John Buchan Homes

30. Small Farmhouse Bathroom With A Natural Stone Accent Wall

Small Farmhouse Bathroom With A Natural Stone Accent Wall
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The small bathroom can be given a point of interest with stone cladding on one of the walls. Since space is limited, we suggest that the texture is added to a smaller wall.

The image here inspires by the appealing combination of airy white and dark grey that imitates natural stone. Other natural materials are also part of this décor to enhance the natural and inviting look.

via Volansky Studio

31. Stone Accent Wall Behind The Sofa

Stone Accent Wall Behind The Sofa
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The accent wall here is transitional, hence it needs to be decorated in a way that matches all adjacent spaces.

Natural stone cladding has been the choice for this airy home. The natural tones of the stone cohere with colors that are part of the décor of all rooms that the transitional wall gathers.

32. Authentic Stone Wall In Bathroom Decor

Authentic Stone Wall In Bathroom Decor
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The statement piece of this bathroom is certainly the stone cladding of the tub wall. The shape, the color and the texture of the stones add an authentic charm that is highlighted by a white ceiling pillar and the white tub.

The material this wall is cladded with coheres with the fence material that can be seen easily from the bathroom sliding shutter door. Added wooden exposed beams pair with the stone accent wall and together they make this bathroom extremely cozy and charming.

via Dara Rosenfeld Design

33. Stone Veneer In Urban Kitchen

Stone Veneer In Urban Kitchen
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The combination of stone cladding and wooden furniture is a trendy choice for kitchens in urban homes.

The texture and the warmth of these natural materials collaborate perfectly with the sleek metallic finish of the innovative appliances. The natural tones of these materials also soften the cold look of the metal and make the space more inviting.

via Robin Bond Interiors

34. Accentuate Niches With Stone Veneer Panels

Accentuate Niches With Stone Veneer Panels
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Niches are usually used for storage and they are very essential for the neat look of our homes. If you have decided to store decoration and books in niches in the living room walls, make sure that they are surrounded with suitable wall cladding that will give them a decorative function.

The stone cladding is one of the materials that will let the niches be an impacting part of the décor, especially when they are outlined with wood frames.

via Eagle Stone and Brick

35. Stone Transition Wall For A Homely Look

Stone Transition Wall For A Homely Look
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Use the transition wall to make the atmosphere more homely. A combination of natural stone cladding on the wall and a set of floating shelves turns the wall into a statement piece with a character.

Added gallery of family photos coheres with the function of the wall and creates a charming visual interest.

via Eldorado Stone

36. TV On A Stone Statement Wall

TV On A Stone Statement Wall
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If you have a flat TV screen in your home then you already have a focal point.
Therefore, the wall on which the TV stands must be decorated well.

Covering this wall with stone panels will add depth and interest and will surely be appreciated by all people because of their natural instinct to turn their heads toward the TV.

via Genstone Products

37. Natural Stone Wall In The Entryway

Natural Stone Wall In The Entryway
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An odd architectural element from your home can be turned into an irreplaceable decoration if it is covered with textured cladding. In this contemporary entryway featuring earthy tones and luxurious flooring, the load-bearing wall is the piece that makes the entryway homely and inviting.

It is covered with faux stones mimicking the genuine texture of natural stones. They are stacked like a masonry wall that has been left unfinished. The lack of grout between the stones improves the dimensional texture of the stones and their natural look.

via Brick and Ember

38. Kitchen Pillar Turned Into Stone Accent Wall

Kitchen Pillar Turned Into Stone Accent Wall
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If you are looking for a way to give your small kitchen a point of interest without breaking the bank, you can try this idea.

Clad a small part of a wall or a pillar with stone panels. Choose colors that contrast with the existing décor and that will create a point of interest.

via Keller Eaton Architects

39. Stone Backsplash In The Kitchen

Stone Backsplash In The Kitchen
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If you wonder if the stone panels are good as kitchen backsplash, let us reveal a few secret features of the stone to you. The faux stone is rigid, heat-resistant, and fireproof. It does not absorb scents and is easy to be cleaned.

The best thing about stone cladding is that nowadays you can find it in a wide variety of colors.

via By Design Studios

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