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Gabberts Design Studio
26 Reviews
What is the name of the stone used in this picture and where can we purchase it? Thank You...
What is the name of the stone used in this picture and where can we purchase it? Thank you
Stack stone look for refacing fireplace
Stone combination of colors we both like
Stone archway with wood plank ceiling
Note the stone work around the doorway.
“Oh wow! Like in the castle.” — Milja Hakulinen
R.A.Hoffman Architects, Inc.
5 Reviews
Custom Home 11
Is this a stone veneer? What brand and colour mix?
Pinnacle Stone supplies thin and full veneers from regions around the country. Pinnacle Stone is located in Chester County, PA. Visit ...
the stone is an 8" thick veneer (not thin-cut)
thin-cut) and is a field stone blend from Rolling Rock Quarry outside of Boyertown, Pa.
Love the stone and wood look!
BAD: Don't like this stone color
Love stone. One of favs and local!
field stone blend from Rolling Rock Quarry outside of Boyertown, Pa.
Stone jumpers and riser on step
do not love the stone and white
stacked stone walls give the house the farmhouse feel
stone wall (don't love the color) and bluestone
interesting use of super large stones in wall
Fresh and stone stands out....yummy mummy!
“stone fence incorporating larger stones” — valoriefj
Giambastiani Design
1 Review
Entance Hall/Mudroom
Love the flooring. Is this stone, slate, or tile?
This is white/gold quartzite from Stone Source 16" x 24" x 5/8"
white/gold quartzite from Stone Source 16X24X5/8
stone wall, wood color and floor
I like the color combination with the stone and wood.
the feel of the stone/wood and timber here
Good idea to have tikes inside the front door to the stone arches...good to connect to the wood floors in LR
from Stone Source 16 x 24 x 5/8
Love the mix of wood and stone. This would look great in the basement.
Interesting use of stone, wood and tile connecting a warm cozy hallway with light-filled room
“Natural stone quartzite” — ppezzimenti
Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd.
28 Reviews
Mine Road Farm - Exterior
Hi.. What is the stone used on this? It is beautiful. Thanks.
What is paint color used with stone?
When restoring this barn we uncovered the date stone indicating the barn dates back to c.1820. The stone is a Pennsylvania field stone likely from the Chester County region. It was restored and repointed.
cute mix of stone and plaster
one day, I'ld like to have a farm... I love this stone barn & wood fence
Nice stone for exterior farm house
Plain stone barn exterior for house
Board and Batten and stone and grey
This split-rail fence is a rustic relative of the plank version. Its rough-hewn profile marries perfectly with the stone barn in the background.
“multi levels” — cindersand
Witt Construction
2 Reviews
woodlawn residence
what is the name of the stone and color of mortar used?
i really like this stone and i am struggling with a house i am building. i am not in your state so i dont believe the exact stone will be available to me in the mid-atlantic. anyway, can you tell me the name of the stone and what color mortar
mortar you used? ( it looks like a light gray). the stone looks like a combination of browns and grays
I am a distributor of this stone and actually have this same picture! The stone is Adirondack Natural. Feel free to call me if I can help Gavin Johnston - 617-797-6483
4"). The mortar is exactly that, a lighter grey/beige. I would suggest visiting one of your local quarry's and making a stone selection on site. Much of the color in the stone is dependent on what part of the earth it comes from; depth, temperature, etc.
“I like it!” — pkleon
Ballard + Mensua Architecture
20 Reviews
Carr Residence
I love this stone! What is the company and type?
Which company makes the stone trim for the fireplace opening?
This is custom made blue stone. You can ask your architect or find a very good mason.
The stone is Nantucket stacked stone by Eldorado Stone. ....
It's been asked but not answered ... does anyone know the name of the stone on the fireplace face?
Nantucket stacked stone by Eldoradostone.com and thermal blue stone hearth.
I like the look of this stone
nantucket stacked stone by eldorado stone
“Stone” — barbarayudda
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Shingle style home in Hanover NH
What type of stone is ths?
What type of stones are these?
This dry-laid stone was sourced from a local Vermont quarry - that is about all I can tell you.
What about a grass patio with stone pavers defines space?
Terraced low stone walls and steps. Gazebo nice but prefer steeper roof angles
Close to my concept. Like size of stones.
Like the stone walls for privacy and to echo the wall along driveway
i like this style of brick/stone wall
contrast of stone & lawn and grading detail at lawn/stone edge
Installing the stone. Achieving a sound structure means adhering to specific guidelines. When choosing a contractor, make sure he or she is experienced in the craft and check out previous work. Each stone is hand chiseled to fit within the wall, and there are no wobbly stones. Stone wedges are used
“Layered?” — btdean
Old World Kitchens & Custom Cabinets
6 Reviews
Powder Room
what kind of stone is used here ? Stacked ? Is it faux ? Looks
Is this stack stone easy to maintain in a bathroom? How do you clean
I went on the website and this stone isn't there?
Where can I buy the stacked stone on the wall.
I love the stacked stone on the wall, Does this come sheeted or individual installed. Where can I buy it in Myrtle Beach, SC.
what is the stone product on the wall?
something similar ledgestone for your reference. If there's any question about natural stone you can freely email me at slate@sssto.com. I'm glad to provide any information you need.
This stone cladding (stacked stone) is a yellow quartzite. You will find the exact picture at ... or at rockpanels.co
This is NOT on a mesh! It is a stack stone! Lowes sells this product. Very easy to install. Start from the bottom they are heavy. This picture is showing quarts stone.
“Rock” — browneyedholly
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