260,237 Stone Dust Home Design Photos

Cathy Carr, APLD
13 Reviews
Cathy Carr, APLD
Ideabooks12,579
Questions6
a base on compacted stone dust. Stone quality varies tremendously just as the skills of installers do. How prevalent is this stone? Is it quarried in your
Installed on a level base of stone dust, the flagstones need to be 1.5" thick so they are quite heavy. A very
not officially slate: they are natural stone, PA flagstones set on compacted stone dust.
Material- : they are natural stone, PA flagstones set on compacted stone dust.
Prep the furniture. Remove cushions and give everything a good dusting; sweep and wipe down your furniture before assessing its state.If it's painted
The way the stones are laid out...Set on level bed of stone dust
“Plants” — ycupala
Lang Pools Inc.
16 Reviews
Traditional
Ideabooks29,877
Questions18
what type of pavers are they what is the stone used
Is the coping all blue bluestone and the pool deck is full range blue stone?
Hot tub placement, (don't like the color of stone surround).
compacted stone dust, as seen here.Cost: $18 to 22 square foot average installed, based on availability of the stonePros:Long lastingIndividual stones can be
Any stone will look darker when wet. If you like this look, try applying an enhancing sealer. More: Durable, Versatile Porcelain
pool is a salt-water system, water splashing onto the patio can cause the stone to deteriorate and crumble. Sealants applied on a regular basis can help
“fence and retaining wall combination” — Anderson Architecture, PLLC
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
39 Reviews
Romantic Tarrytown Terrace
Ideabooks4,102
Questions4
Anne Lillis-Ruth. “We’ve had fun adding furniture, antique planters, and a stone fountain to [landscape designer] Robert Welsch’s beautiful landscape. The
locally from our wholesale stone supplier, Bedford Stone in Bedford Hills, NY. We installed this garden and patio in 2008 and the stone at that time came from
about a foot of gravel and a thin layer of stone dust. Laid tightly generally without mortar.
thin layer of stone dust on top. Finally the bluestone is laid tightly, generally without mortar.
dug-out space is filled with about a foot of gravel and a thin layer of stone dust on top. Finally the bluestone is laid tightly, generally without mortar
Four Piece Bluestone Pattern Stone Terrace
“Blue stone” — jordanweiner
Cathy Carr, APLD
13 Reviews
Cathy Carr, APLD
Ideabooks11,201
Questions6
Great patio! What type of material was used for this patio? is this natural stone? and is it set on a concrete slab, or just on it's own?
available, or visit a local stone quarry or yard. Good luck!
I like this alot.....Can you tell me why compacted stone dust versus other means? Would
This is Pennsylvania flagstone installed on a base of compacted stone dust.
flagstone should be fine in IN. It can be installed on a concrete base or on dust. I suggest you speak with a landscape designer (try apld.org) or a mason
the perimieter as a deterrant! (Just kidding) Also working with a local stone mason to determine selection and interest. This IS limestone country -
Flagstone patio- dry laid (in stone dust)
“Bushes and plants (except maybe the bottom left).” — Kristi Martinsen
Timothy Lee landscape design
14 Reviews
dining terrace
Ideabooks6,129
Questions6
What is the stone and brand for the grill
gravel base with a stonedust setting bed. Joints were originally swept with stone dust but we recently change them to a polymeric sand mix.
Plymouth Quarries in Massachusetts and that it is a native New England granite stone.
asleep. In laying this patio, is there a depth difference between the large stone and the smaller brick..... Do you prepare and lay the larger first and then
Paving stone material is bluestone with a natural cleft finish. Color is what the call
gravel base w/a stonedust setting bed. Joints were originally swept w/stone dust but recently canted them to a polymeric sand mix.
patio made of? cobble stones and?...another mix of cobbles and stone
“Borders idea” — patriche74
Revival Arts | Architectural Photography
5 Reviews
Exteriors
Ideabooks8,199
Questions6
larger stones between stepping stones so we don't have to use stone dust!
Like look of large stones between concrete pads, grass trim softens hard lines and materials.
Stone or concrete slabs with stone/gravel separations
Is this concrete or a stone?...Large stone blocks with rock in between...concrete and stones walkway...Stones between patio stones...paving stones
“house” — rcrod1894
Gardens by Gabriel
10 Reviews
Inviting San Luis Obispo Entry
Ideabooks2,618
Questions2
stone walkway install w stone dust
use of stone fanning out from stairs
stepping stones...Stone color...stone walkway...stone walk path
“steps, if done in wood” — garageface
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
39 Reviews
Romantic Tarrytown Terrace
Ideabooks20,693
Questions6
Anne Lillis-Ruth. “We’ve had fun adding furniture, antique planters, and a stone fountain to [landscape designer] Robert Welsch’s beautiful landscape. The
This patio cost $24 per square foot and is installed in a soft base with stone dust. Prices may be lower or higher depending on what part of te country you
“flowers” — carlostorres1
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