415,258 “stone stoves” Home Design Photos

Ekman Design Studio
Cherry Hills Western Eclectic
Ideabooks4,761
Questions2
like look of steel and wood and stone
green in stone and modern lines of the house but still rustic. This picture is just to give you a feel of why I might lean towards something or help explain what I'm trying to say when I talk about what my definition is of modern rustic.
Timbers. Metal roof Too much stone and we like field stone from
love the look, especially overhang and stone
I really like this exterior, the stone, the porch, the tower with metal roof, the stone chimney. Could we do this tower feature for our play room
metal roof, french front door, stone pillars
High portico, cedar wood soffit and stone combo
“Wood color board and baden” — lonimarie
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8 Reviews
Edina on Parade
Ideabooks3,860
Questions11
Love this! Do you know the stone style/color?
what type of stone is this
Mission Springs. This type of stone comes out of Oklahoma
What kind of stone is used?
What is the type and color of the stone? Is it real stone?
The type of stone comes from Oklahoma. Most local stone companies give it their own name, so it difficult to really tell you. Some companies call this type of stone, Kiamichi or Mission Springs. If you have your masonry contractor look to Oklahoma, you will probably be able to find it. Thanks, Steve
stone work and pillars and craftsmen accents
Front of house, color, stone, and planters
we have stone in the front too
love the Craftsman style, the colors of the siding and the stone are perfect together. And the different rooflines are so cool...
“Garden Pots” — katherinedalcourt
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
29 Reviews
Portland Landscaping Outdoor Living
Ideabooks9,615
Questions0
Raised garden beds, stone garden beds, fence, vegetable garden, flower garden
The simple stone garden beds. It's even the right height I'm looking for.
Pebble Stones to keep weeds down
Raised garden beds, stone garden beds, fence, vegetable garden, flower
raised beds with irregular stone walls
The fence and the stone beds
The use of stone for the raised beds
Stone walls are timeless way to define the space, whether you go for a grid or an organic shape like this.
While many vegetables, such as tomatoes and bell peppers, are colorful in their own right, the addition of a flowering plant or two can provide a welcome dose of bright color. Using stones
“Vegetable garden idea” — Rai Ricafrente
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
16 Reviews
Grace Design Associates
Ideabooks8,635
Questions9
Everything is beautifully composed. I really like the linear stone walkway with the rocks in between. What kind of stone is that and where do you buy something of that nature? I don't know what kind of place to contact locally for that type/shape of stone.
recommend you show this photo to your landscaper or go to your local stone supplier (these were supplied by Santa Barbara Stone in Santa Barbara, CA). They are large slabs of Oklahoma stone (called "Cherokee Creek" or "Three Rivers" stone here locally).
Larger stones mixed with slabs of stones.
I like the large wide stone stretching across the path, maybe use a little smaller gravel
Monolithic stone slabs over soil. Pebble joints add permeability and textural interest. Visually, and in terms of resource consumption, this is so much lighter on the land than a solid walk.
“nice large stones, maybe use a little smaller gravel” — livbrak
Brian Benda
Living Room
Ideabooks20,374
Questions25
I very much like the stone, what is the source and color of the stone please?
Is the fireplace real or cultured stone?
if they put mortar in the joints on the stone facing?
What brand is your stone? And what color are they?
My husband and I love your fireplace and would like to know what brand of stone this is as well as the color.
would love to do the same with my fireplace which is all brick in living room. How did you hide the plug for the TV so well? How is it mounted to the stone? Thank you.
Thank you for the compliment! No, we requested that they dry stack the stone veneer. When applying a stone veneer, there is a mortar that gets applied behind the stone. Because the stone we chose is not perfectly geometric, the mortar is visible through some of the joints. So, in
“Paint color” — fabianmanzano
GR Home/Graciela Rutkowski Interiors
Juanita
Ideabooks17,852
Questions11
Could you tell me the name/manufacturer of stone. I love it!
Would like to know the builder. Could we contact them about the stone type used here? Thanks.
I still don't know what stone this is, and where do you get it?
Where do we find I do on the stone?? Please help!
garage door, shingles and stone work
Kendall Charcoal with lighter gray stone
Love the color with the stones
Trim, Siding and Stone with Grey Brick
“replace garage door” — Jason Francis
Stonewood, LLC
19 Reviews
Exterior
Ideabooks60,674
Questions29
Hardiboard shakes and engineered stone. The stone is grey and we will be going with A Cabot Stain called Tile Red. Trim will be white. Would prefer a stained door. Any suggestions on stain would be appreciated.
Can you tell me the name,make of the stone and roofing material. Thank you
Can you please tell me the manufacturer and color of stone? It's beautiful
What is the color and manufacturer of the stone?
Please tell me the stone & roof manufacturer & color..I would also like
Like the mixture of siding and stone
We like the siding of this house being vertical along with the stacked looking stone stone and some cedar. We Also like the idea of a metal roof accents
Sherwin Williams SW 7032 "Warm Stone" exterior color
“stone columns” — Debbie Riley
Folia Horticultural + Design
9 Reviews
Recent Projects - Contemporary Residential Design
Ideabooks65,701
Questions12
I am looking to replace regular mulch with stones to create a more contemporary look and not have to remulch frequently. I imagine leveling the ground (dirt), laying landscaping fabric and placing the stones on top would suffice, yes? Just one layer since the stones are
I also wonder about leaves or twigs that get lodged in the stone. How do you manage what won't blow out?
Yes that would work, since the stones are larger, 3 to 5in in diameter.
I need all those River stones
Cool stone & concrete block waljway
In this example of very strict, formal hardscaping, a geometric run of pavers are set in a sea of gray river stones. We might expect to see a line of formally clipped evergreens leading the eye to the spheres and trees at the end of the path, but instead the planting is loose and informal, being allowed
“Pasillo de servicio” — Karen Aguirre
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