Stone House of Tubac
STONE HOUSE OF TUBAC
STONE HOUSE OF TUBAC was created by a married couple: Carrie Simpson-Petty & Jim Petty, who are both professional artists. Carrie specializes in custom murals, faux finishes, painted furniture & cabinetry, fine art and decorative concrete finishes for countertops, backsplashes, walls & flooring. Jim is a master watercolor artist and specializes in decorative concrete finishes for existing outdoor surfaces and interior flooring.
STONE HOUSE OF TUBAC was designed to incorporate all of the many beautiful artistic services they both provide to residential as well as commercial clients. The gallery features sample boards, flooring, walls & countertops that showcase the professional artistic applications they offer, as well as fine art paintings & prints, murals, hand made jewelry, pottery & more.
STONE HOUSE OF TUBAC offers an artistic unique approach as well as a cost effective alternative to remodeling for kitchens, bathrooms, flooring, walls, outdoor surfaces & more. Most remodeling requires that the old be torn out before the new can be installed. Not so with the beautiful durable finishes provided by STONE HOUSE OF TUBAC. Their finishes go right over most existing surfaces without the torture, expense or mess of ripping out surfaces first, therefore eliminating extra downtime as well.
Carrie & Jim provide a free consultation to meet with clients to measure, give guidance for the right colors and style and present an estimate for the project/s being evaluated. If a particular color or style not already previously created is required, then they create a new custom finish for that project.
Before you run to the typical granite or design showroom for your future project/s, take a detour to Tubac, AZ and visit STONE HOUSE OF TUBAC, located in the Plaza Antigua Shopping Area at 24 Tubac Rd..
You will be amazed by all the possibilities.
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24 Tubac Rd (in Plaza Antigua). Tubac, AZ 85646
Map Location: E5, Next to Mas y Mas. They moved after the map was printed.