GerrityStone is being showcased in York Maine’s 20th Annual Decorator Show House presented by the Museums of Old York. The Show House, now open and running through August 15, “is considered one of New England’s landmark decorating events and represents a true collaboration of some of the regions’ most talented interior designers,” the company says.



GerrityStone is being showcased in York Maine’s 20th Annual Decorator Show House presented by the Museums of Old York. The Show House, now open and running through August 15th, “is considered one of New England’s landmark decorating events and represents a true collaboration of some of the regions’ most talented interior designers,” the company says.

This year’s featured home is the historic McIntire Farm. Working with renowned interior designer Frank Hodge, who designed the home’s farmhouse-styled kitchen, GerrityStone custom fabricated and crafted pieces of 1-1/2” Irish Grey Limestone, a stone that ties into York’s identity as a seaside getaway.

Embedded and preserved in this particular limestone are fossilized seashells. “It is like the perfect ingredient to an old family recipe,” states Dawn Carroll, director of GerrityStone’s Architectural Division. “This stone evokes the wonder of yesteryear and is a perfect choice for Mr. Hodges’ exceptional kitchen design.”