143 Crab Orchard Brown 18''x48'' Step Treads Home Design Photos

Stone Forest Materials, LLC
7 Reviews
Crab Orchard Step Treads
Crab Orchard Brown 18''x48'' Step Treads
Crab Orchard Steppers
pretty much what I envisioned but the first couple of steps would probably be under water.
Shannon steps but curve otherway
Crab Orchard Step Treads
stone steps....18" x 48" Crab...Crab orchard steps...Stone for steps...Lannonstone steps...stone slab steps...Natural Stone Steps...steps for outside...Slab stone steps...Rock steps...Large large steps...Stone steps...Flagstone steps
“Stone steps” — candytodd
Norris Architecture
2 Reviews
Stone Residence 1
The front porch on our house plan is 36' wide and 8' deep with six 6'x6' posts tapering to 4.5" at top. After seeing your Stone Residence porch, we would like to have our porch plan changed to have the same look and feel
I love the porch. We are adding a new addition to our house that will include a 11' x 26' porch. We want to use 12" round columns. What is the minimum amount of columns you would recommend using?
I think I have answered this somewhere else but it is from Crab Orchard Tennessee and
Silvara Stone in Crossville, TN has a great selection of Crab Orchard field stone
Check out www.silvarastone.com. They have an unbelievable selection of Tennesee/Crab Orchard Stone.
this came directly from a supplier in crab orchard. There are several suppliers there next to the interstate that have the same stone. This is medium Crab Orchard Field stone. We worked very closely with the mason to get the pattern right. Their tendency
“Grid windows” — msevart
Studio 212 Interiors
15 Reviews
Woodinville Retreat
or are they transom cabinets? 24" width? 48" or 51" height? I am trying to figured out if I stack 24" wide cabinets (total 48" maybe 51" high), how can I make it look good (36" + 12", 36" +15" ...) . I like how you put it here. I'd
a 8'x12' kitchen. After the basics are put in I have very limited space for pots, pans, dishes, and then try to fit in all the baking and cooking utensils and appliances. I do have a 3'x3' closet I turned into a panty, but it is stuffed. Please address ideas for galley kitchens. (My 8'wide x 12'long
Thank you for the picture of this warm brown floor, you mentioned that it was by the clients request. I love the color so could you please tell me the source..manufactured by whom and species
“Variation of handles and knob pulls” — Duffstar Galactica
CG&S Design-Build
10 Reviews
A House With Zip!
Can you tell me the meassurment of each Step? Specially the height... Is it more than 3 inches tall?
Incredible. Does that wall have some very strong reinforcements to it in order to pull off these steps? How are the walnut steps attached to the wall in order to make it wrong
Stunning staircase. Can you tell me the riser height and tread depth?
The riser is 4", tread depth 10"
We are doing a staircase like this right now. Our treads are locally flat sawn ash 2+ inches thick with wrought iron balusters and oak rail.
The drawings have these steps detailed to be 4" thick;
very difficult to see from this angle, but the steps are actually supported by a single steel beam that runs underneath from the floor to the 2nd story. The effect is intentional, to make the stair appear as if it was floating.
“Flor color” — bonniejardine
Mark English Architects, AIA
9 Reviews
I am wondering how this step up into a tub is for safety? Is there a hand rail not shown in the photo? It seems like it may be slippery with a piece of marble slab.
What is the name ofnthe tile used non the side of the steps?
It looks like a Cararra Marble Mosaic Tile, either 1x1 or 2x2. Good Luck!
Love the tile on the steps
Single cut stone slab tread
Like the steps and tap ware on outside hob.
Gonna be buildin around my tub... Love these steps
“wow superb” — Basavaraj Hottiholi
Kelley & Company Home
hallways and landings
floors - southern yellow pine stair treads (not finished) and oak railings (not f
I have white oak prefinished floors - southern yellow pine stair treads (not finished) and oak railings (not finished). what do you suggest for stain or painting of the treads and the railings? You can't really match
I've found that in homes with nice molding and ornamentation a simple black and white look works well to compliment these features. Painting the treads and rail black you could have a great look, depending on the feel of the rest of your home. Good luck.
steps between kitchen & living area
“Painted/hardwood” — kpetsolt
Kemp Hall Studio
22 Reviews
Madison Cabin
I need this look to finish the top of my fireplace. the 2-3" Crab Ordhard Ashler was in fact 3-6" and I can't use it around the roof line. Help! The Alabama Ashlar Veneer pictured here looks like the same color range as my Crab Orchard Ashlar.
The pool was approximately 18x28 and the spa was 8x10. This is a smaller pool. Hope that helps!
I pulled out our drawings again to confirm. It is definitely not 20x40. It may have been stretched a bit - possibly to 18x28. The photo makes it hard to really see because of the perspective. It is a smaller pool though. I hope that helps. (by
trying to be rude or anything like that, but are you quite sure that the dimensions of this pool is 16 x 20'? It looks more like 20 x 40'. Thank you.
“Future pool” — mm627mm
Brian Watford ID
1 Review
Are the stair tread is the same color as the railing? Are they both black or is the tread black and the step/tread dark brown? Thanks ; )
with stairs off centered from front door. I have ceramic tile in the foyer all the way into the kitchen and eating area. It is 8" tile so considering 18x18 (less grout). Your professional opinion is sincerely appreciated.
Could you please tell me the tread, baluster and newell post sizes?
Kitchen sink 32x 19. Only Single bowl Stainless
Monaco Console from Weego Home in California weegohome.com, 72"W x 18"D x 30"H
color of the stain on the treads and handrail?
What color is the stain on the steps?
Been thinking about painting our stair treads and hand rail black also. Does it wear well??
“Cool hub” — wavyygravyy
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