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e the stone - where can I find it?
I grew up in the Philadelphia area but live in Michigan now, and I am looking for exterior stone for the home on which we are starting construction in the fall. What is the name of this stone (on the building facade and walls), and where can I find it? Thanks
The stone is called "Princeton Stone" and is a mixture of stone types. Delaware Quarry should be able to assist you.
Love the gate and stone and country porch
Stone pillars and the metal fence
stone around foundation and side fireplace
Stone bottom of fence could be taller and iron on top
I like the color of the stone and the stone caps.
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Kemp Hall Studio
Can you tell me the Stone used in the piers and Fireplace, is it a Stone Cladding?
the same stone for our wall, but we don't know what water line tile to use, any idea? Thanks
style of stone used on the ground near the pool? Thank you
what stone was used on the retaining wall
the same stone as on the house and pavilion - it is an Alabama Field Stone.
The stone on the perimeter is Pennsylvania Blue Stone.
The stone on the terrace is Pennsylvania Blue Stone set in a random ashlar pattern.
The stone is a 5" thick Tennessee / Alabama field stone veneer around a wood structure. It is used extensively on the house as well as outdoor structures and landscape walls for this home.
Love the stone, pergola and waterfall feature. Layout not too dramatic but not boring.
Dean Herald-Rolling Stone Landscapes
what the stone surface is - tiles or concrete? What kidn of tiles? Thank you!
stone table is cool and we can put it under sun and poor weather.
Note contemporary diving board!
like the contemporary diving board
Herald-Rolling Stone Landscapes
Love this stone....Contemporary Dreams
Mark Newman Design
like the stone work around the fireplace
contemporary coffee table
contemporary living room
type of stone and mfg.
Stone tiles...travertine stone...contemporary drapes...square stone tiles.
Terrat Elms Interior Design
Back Bay Residence
natural stone that looks similar to marble but tends to be harder than granite. Below are photos of White Macaubas quartzite that we installed recently. This is only one color of this beautiful stone. [houzz=http://www.houzz.com/photos/2316683/White-Macaubas-Quartzite-Kitchen-contemporary-kitchen-ph
The stone backsplash is from Ann Sacks. It is called Santos random mosaic in Ash Blend.
We could put something on the back of the wall to make a glasses or bar area and then make the island larger. A more contemporary version of this one
s and stone and light in the back
contemporary laguna beach architect
contemporary orange county architect
Stone wall and staircase
stone floor...Stone wall
and sky. Stone, masonry and wood living spaces rise to a glass and aluminum hanger structure that is linked by a linear monolithic wall. The spatial orientations of the primary spaces mirror the aeronautical layout of the runway infrastructure. The owners are passionate pilots and wanted their home to reflect
love for contemporary and sustainable design, utilizing natural materials in an open and warm environment. Defining the orientation of the house, the striking monolithic masonry wall with the steel framework and all-glass atrium bisect the hangar and the living quarters and allow natural light to flood
Stone bad brick, ceiling panel, steel & glass, lighting
Greifenstein Boyce Associates
Watermill Residence Interiors
luck. Contemporary design eschews rugs and carpeting in favor of sleeker, harder surfaces: bamboo; blond woods such as maple or ash; stone; ceramic. Ebonized planks or dark-stained concrete can ground contemporary rooms (as long as you're prepared to make friends with your dust mop). But also consider
tile, stone, blond woods like maple or ash. Rug might be a geometric design or a textural weave
luck. Contemporary design eschews rugs and carpeting in favor of sleeker, harder surfaces: bamboo; blond woods such as maple or ash; stone; ceramic. Ebonized planks or dark-stained concrete can ground contemporary rooms (as long as you're prepared to make friends with your dust mop).But also consider
rug in a contemporary home; it's just a matter of choosing the right one. You wouldn't necessarily want to throw down a fringed Oriental, but a geometric design or a textural weave might be just the ticket. Or experiment with a grid of carpet tiles. If you must have wall-to-wall carpeting, choose a solid