86,246 Large Stone Steps Home Design Photos

Deborah Costa
7 Reviews
Hillside ideas and stones in grass
Too much bare mulch for us but I love that stone walkway
Stone stepping stones
rail ties steps and gravel
Steps down to bottom
Hillside and stepping stones
curved steps for back slope
plants along steps...Landscaping steps
“Landscaping on the hill nice...” — cityshopper1
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Remodeler
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Bella Villa Design Studio
5 Reviews
Beautiful! Can you tell me the name of the stone around the tub and on the step? Thanks!
Looks like Emperador Dark Marble on the tub deck and step
Step up to bath, how to make bath a focal point.
like tile and stone color and steps to tub
Big, grand, warm, rich, arch, tile or stone face, and pillars on deck!
Tile and steps idea for tub
floor is Crema Marfil marble tiles. It provides a nice creamy neutral background for this bathroom. Looks like Emperador Dark Marble on the tub deck and step
“Tile layout” — sjchristen
Anna Looper
Front Porch Makeover Summer 2010
Enjoy the balance of the home. Was wondering what type of stone is tha
The sweeping sloping path and then steps up to door.
this stacked stone looks good with the siding and roof
Stone type for foundation and fireplace exterior
Stone with round posts
colour and look of stone
gray stone for exterior
front house stacked stone
Siding, stone and pillars
Grey stone shake combo
Wood and stone...stone and siding?
“rock” — lssharp
Chioco Design
Front elevation
The new stone is commonly known as Brown Flagstone/Builders Stone in the Austin Area. Different companies put different marketing names on the same stone, but most people know it as Brown Flagstone/Builders Stone
The chimney is original stone, the other stone is new to match
match...no finish or alteration to new stone.
Siding and door color with stone
The stone front border for my porch
The stone on the chimney facade
The exterior palette of this cottage was completely inspired by the colors found in the stone features. Warm white acts as an offsetting backdrop to the green-brown window trim and rust-orange door. In small doses and with a light background, the '70s-like hues feel anything but dated.
“Super cute” — donuserid
Greenside Design Build LLC
12 Reviews
May I have the names of the stone, brick and paint colors?
what is the name of the stone?? Thanks
Stone - Oakfield Stone - Rustic Rubble, Brick - Phoenix Brick, Cedar trim - Navajo White.
Stone n brick exterior I do like the brick not so much the stone
Brick and stone work with copper awning
use of stone and red brick
A combination of stone brick and naked walls
“Awnings, alt entrance” — ander074
Duncan Consultants
What is the name of the stone used on the exterior of this home?
What is the name of the stone?
What is the stone used and vendor for the exterior?
I love the narrow windows and the stunning stone of this house. Also, I like that this front-facing garage is not the first thing you see.
like about this photo?stone exterior
Love the stone!...I love the stone....Stone color...stone facade...stone wall
“House” — teejaye66
Winn Wittman Architecture
Winn Wittman Architecture
will need to make precise cuts against the wall that will allow for a flexible grout joint. Bottom line. Everyone involved will need to take extra steps and time to ensure that the final result is what you want: No base board and clean crisp lines that transition perfectly... A look that will be worth
beautiful stone tub i shutter to see the cost
I like the stone under the tub.
Love all the stone and nature.
Liberate the stones. If you’re considering stones, think about leaving them loose. It’s a dynamic way to punch up the organic feel, and you can’t beat the textural effect. If you’re unable to replicate the flooring feature of this bathroom, simply throw loose stones in a chic bowl or clear vase to score
“rocks in surround” — rachpasterick1225
7 Reviews
The Wave House
Basalt stone tile. Thanks for your interest! www.kbcdevelopments.com
Stone blocks is my favorite part
Floating stepping stones leading to the sleek door and the floor lighting
A way to step out onto the back patio
Stones, floor lights
door and concrete steps
Stepping stones...paving stones...entryway stones
“Door” — Jamie Jonker
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