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Idaho Retreat - Gate House
Would you share the name of the exterior stone? So gorgeous! Thank you.
show to Dan to make the front namam sign curved instead of straight and the fineals to be added for
If we don't go with longer/flatter stones, I like these extra large ones
Stone "shelf" on either side of stairs
beautiful cottage with stone, only this one looks like it has a nice view at the back
Small cottage of stone and plaster
Sean Michael Design
Transitional Living Room
fineals are great
Contemporary, chic using vintage/antique furnishing
antique piece with grey couch
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Jared Sherman Epps
Upper West Side Townhouse, NY, NY
love the stone floor
Exteriors By Chad Robert
Private Residence II
Stone pathway with rock/gravel around
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
Antique white SW antique white 6119
Paint pick: Antique White 6119 by Sherwin-Williams
Sherwin Williams - Antique White SW 6119
5. Antique white. For a more traditional space, antique whites work best because they provide a lived-in feel to a room. In dining areas, this shade of vanilla is a great choice because it's considered a 'delicious' color. Paint pick: Antique White 6119 by Sherwin-Williams
Rick O'Donnell Architect
Love the stone. Could you, please, tell what kind is it? thank you.
what type of stone is this and what is it called
provided the stone for the project: A.J. Brauer Stone and Espinoza Stone.
It is a natural limestone called Austin Brown cut in 8 and 16" heights.. It is a local stone coming out of the Georgetown/Florence area..
I really appreciate your information. Very nice of you to provide all the stones specs
16" modules or sizes. Supplied by two quarries in Jarrell, Texas, just north of Georgetown (about 30 miles north of Austin) - A.J. Brauer Stone and Espinoza Stone.
Murphy & Co. Design
Front facade with Platteville limestone walls reclaimed from the 1889 Lake St. bridge pilings in Minneapolis. The Chimney pot was an antique the owner had found years ago. Photos by Susan Gilmore
What type of roof tile is that and where can you get it? Also same question about the stone.
Love the stone - where do you get something like this?
the home....our architect suggested wood, however we are infested with Carpenter Bees where we live.....we love this stone - any other ideas and where do you get "old" appearing stone like this???
Im confused when you say pilings. Were the stones piled up as a foundation? As piling are normally driven into the ground.
I like this TYPE of stone, but more tan and browns