18,256 Masonry Home Design Photos

Delson or Sherman Architects pc
9 Reviews
Prospect Heights Row House
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portland cement, and water. It's typically a structural solution, rather than a finish material, used here to consolidate the crumbling mortar of the masonry wall. But I like it as a finish, so long as the control joints are carefully composed.
Masonry- I don't really like this finish.. probably not exspesive who knows?
Masonry. This would look best outdoors.
The rear wall of the home is covered by a thin layer of concrete. It was simply troweled over a damaged-beyond-repair masonry wall and
The thin layer of concrete troweled over old masonry to keep it from cracking.
Parging- cobvering the masonry wall with concrete and then scoring it.
concrete troweled over masonry wall with joints
It was simply troweled over a damaged-beyond-repair masonry wall and scored with lines (a technique call parging) to keep it from cracking.
“troweled cement and scored” — Peterlyn
Rick O'Donnell Architect
26 Reviews
Rear Planters
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to install the beds properly. Pros: Masonry can be a permanent addition, and the supplies are available almost everywhere. Masonry raised beds are very attractive and can be built to blend in with or even match your home's exterior. Cons: Masonry can be fairly costly, depending on the type of rock
Masonry raised beds are the chameleons of the garden world. They can easily fit into nearly any style of garden, depending upon the type of rock you use. If you are a handy DIYer, you may be able to complete a project like this on your own, but most homeowners will want to hire a masonry crew to
I like the masonry raised beds.
MasonryMasonry raised beds are the chameleons of the garden world. They can easily fit into nearly any style of garden, depending upon the type of rock you use. If you are a handy DIYer, you may be able to complete a project like this on your own, but most homeowners will want to hire a masonry crew
“Stone” — fmparker
Phinney Design Group
LEED Platinum home
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It is a Masonry Stove capable of heating a whole open plan home. Check out the Masonry Heaters Association website for all kinds of information.
cool fireplace (Masonry heater) with a bread oven above. T
That’s not a formal fireplace but a masonry heater, with inner chambers that turn it into a thermal mass. “You
Masonry heater. "Fire for a couple of hours,and the entire mass will stay warm for 12 hours"... "centrally located" ... "heat travels up
older times — a sink unit, a hearth, a stovetop and prep area — with some modern conveniences,” says Phinney. That’s not a formal fireplace but a masonry heater, with inner chambers that turn it into a thermal mass. “You can fire that for a couple of hours, and the entire mass will stay warm for 12 hours
“Mixed colors” — Sommer Jacob
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Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Reading nook with masonry heater and encaustic tile floor
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Reading nook with masonry heater and encaustic tile floor
The lights flanking this masonry heater are the "Simplicity" sconce by Arroyo Craftsman in a mission brown finish.
I like the masonry heater. Great idea!
Masonry This type of wall material
Masonry heater source?
Masonry heater...Masonry heater?
“Like hoe fire place is built in” — cheri5377
Clayton&Little Architects
1 Review
E. 8th Street House
Ideabooks2,626
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(concrete masonry units, or CMUs) are best used in a regular, orthogonal configurations.
Masonry - It can go anywhere basically. It can work in any public building or home.
masonry. Pros easy to install and can be cheap. Cons can looks colorless and boring, hard on the feet and can get cold. mostly found in basements and decks
Masonry - commonly used in living rooms
finish coat of stucco or a veneer of brick, stone or cast stone applied directly to the block. Veneer masonry is made of thin slices of materials applied more like tile than standard stackable masonry units. Once the material has been installed with mortar, it is hard to tell you're not looking at a traditional
Veneer MasonryThough you will sometimes see CMU exposed as the finish material, as shown here, concrete block is often hiding behind many other materials on buildings you see every day. In fact, block makes up most foundation walls that aren't poured concrete. A block wall is often covered by a finish
“Institutional feel” — tomharr
Torre Construction & Development
1 Review
Historic Restoration and Preservation
Ideabooks4,149
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masonry, durable, not cheap, outside, not common
Masonry - Pros: durable Cons: expensive, hard to install What type of room or building you would find this
Masonry. Pros- durable, looks nice and modern. Cons- hard to install, expensive. You would find out this outside in driveways or patios or in the backyard. This is popular outdoors, but not indoors.
Masonry Pros - Cant be too expensive and it looks nice outdoors. Cons - Really hard in case you fall or slip Outdoors on a patio Pretty popular
Masonry Flooring Pros - Durable Cons - espeisive; hard to install Not very popular inside but popular on driveways, and in backyards
Exterior ApplicationsMasonry materials are great for using in the garden, on patios and on porches, because they won't deteriorate like wood or plastic. If you use brick as a paving material, make sure the bricks are paver bricks. Many reclaimed bricks will crack if exposed to freeze-and-thaw cycles
“love light brick and basket weave” — kcampbell4343
neely architecture
1 Review
Elverson Farmhouse
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like it was always there. Using masonry for the parts of a home that get the most abuse is a tried and true method for creating a beautiful home that will be around for generations to come. Whether your style is modern, traditional or somewhere in between, there's a masonry unit that'll fit.Find help:
Remodeling MasonryIf you're remodeling a stone building, find a mason experienced in working with stone, and try to find salvaged stone to use where you need to add on. By "toothing" in new stones (replacing stone in a zigzag pattern) and replacing the mortar, a good stonemason can make the addition
“Same” — anelyse
BuilderFish
3 Reviews
Recycled 50's Rancher
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Thanks for the compliment. All the paint was Benjamin Moore as follows: Trim: White Dove Masonry: Horizon Gray Stucco: November Rain Shutters: Storm Cloud Gray Sorry, don't have the numbers but this should do.
All the paint was Benjamin Moore as follows: Trim: White Dove Masonry: Horizon
rim: White Dove Masonry: Horizon Gray Stucco: November Rain Shutters: Storm Cloud Gray
Trim: White Dove Masonry: Horizon Gray Stucco: November Rain Shutters: Storm Cloud Gray
All paint was Benjamin Moore Trim: White Dove Masonry: Horizon Gray Stucco: November Rain Shutters: Storm Cloud Gray
“Love the grayish brick.” — erinfwik
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