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AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
AMS Landscape Design Studios
what type of stone is the patio floor? thx!
What is the name of the stone? I know it is from Cougar, but name?
It is from Cougar Stone, located in Placentia, CA. (http://www.cougarstone.com). Great Natural stone that is durable and can be used in various application(s). The pricing is fairly reasonable as well. Hope this helps! Drew AMS Landscape Design
Love that the stones are not uniform and seem haphazardly placed
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc. It is from Cougar Stone, located in Placentia, CA. (http://www.cougarstone.com). Great Natural stone that is durable and
Pam likes stone surface for outdoors
right off the porch, framed by stone wall
What do you like about this photo?i like the stone wall around the patio wcm
cool large colonial balcony over large covered space with pillars. don't
Interesting - open and no hand rails for steps
Stone railing instead of wood?
enclosed stone patio
stone wall...large columns...stone wall
Pool Environments, Inc.
edge, flowing back toward the house is both visually enticing, and creates a pleasant babbling brook sound, as the water trickles down the stair- stepped Pennsylvania ledgestone face. The water flows into a hidden trough filled with Mexican beach pebble.
Looking for ideas for lighting on top of stone post.
infinity pool falls into stones as landscape element
River rock Infiniti edge and stone color is nicely detailed.
Reverse negative edge would look good facing canal. Also like stone and pretty much everything
Pool Environments, Inc.
Private-As seen on HGTV Amazing Water Homes
If you click on FB it should lead you through the steps. Good Luck!
We have had clients use pebbles and stone mosaic for pools. Visit www.zenparadise.net to view our gallery of pebble tile and stone mosaic.
Second floor white stone look in
lounge chairs cooling off in the shallow end & the steps into the pool are all great for lounging
Druid Hills Mid Century Modern
Entry way facade addition. I like the mixture of stone (though not this stone) and glass. I also like the door, but not the color.
Other view of front of house ** bring our front door down like this so its a few steps up to upstairs and change it so the stairs to the basement are in the front of the house - only a few steps down to basement.
orange door against off white stone
for a stone wall to help conceal packages left at the door. The front door’s gold tone is a favorite of the homeowners and gives a hint of the interior color scheme. The rafter tails protruding just past the overhang and the stacked stone nod to midcentury modern style. Door: Crestview; stone: Tennessee
RKD Architects, Inc
Full height glass in the master bath and shower, together with a continuous natural stone wall, link the bathroom with the landscaping. Marble flooring drops into the sunken soaker tub. Photo: Gibeon Photography
the rock & step in spa Dont like windows..woudve made sheer glass only
like the stone wall, not sure for condo
Would like waterfall faucet coming out of partially stone wall
Yes please, large windows next to bath
bathroom, a continuous natural stone wall, built from rocks that were harvested from the site, links the interior and exterior.
10. There’s nothing like a long soak in a deep tub to melt away the cares of the day. In this glass-walled bathroom, a continuous natural stone wall, built from rocks that
Step railings match porch railings & step columns/posts match lower portion of porch columns.
Color scheme, steps up to porch, double front porch
like this minus the steps
natural exterior stone work
Step and sidewalk...cultured stone
Amazing Hillside Pool
What kind of stone is along the infinity edge and the spillover wall on the pool?
love the stepped garden in the background
metal tree branch guardrail ... raise retaining wall up as guardrail by steps
Walkout basement door. Pool is levated to meet level of porch on higher level. Step leads from side - can be from off center sweeping down
Want to avoid large/ tall concrete walls like this