446,111 Stone Patterns Home Design Photos

Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
It is blue/greyish slate stone
Stones with half pergola over area
pavers with pergola and stone wall
Stone mosaic detail set into plain area
stone pattern and color
stones, paths, plantings
color of stone and shapes
Skirted by a charming wooden pergola, this extensive patio is broken up nicely by a collection of stones patterned into snail shell forms.
french pattern...pattern of paver...Patio stones...Floor pattern...patio stone...Color & pattern...Stone pattern...stacked stone...stone paving...stone wall
“Size and maybe color” — gsrosenberg4
Vanguard Studio Inc.
2 Reviews
Palmieri Residence
ll wood in one area flows into a wood-and-stone pattern in the living room creating even better flow than if all wood changed to all stone.
Vanguard Studio Inc. Save to IdeabookEmail Photo All wood in one area flows into a wood-and-stone pattern in the living room creating even better flow than if all wood changed to all stone.
Mix of wood and stone as a transition
All wood in one area flows into a wood-and-stone pattern in the living room creating even better flow than if all wood changed to all stone.
“Stucco wall” — atraut
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Coastal Influence
More glass tiles on stone patio
layout of stones is very artistic
Fire pit and circular pattern
Colour of stone Not Stone itself
nautilas pattern of stones
Cool pattern for tiles outside
spiral stone for fireplace
Cool patterned stone
Ground cover between the stones?
Paver Pattern...Fire pattern...stone pattern...nautilus set stone...Stone walls...Stone layout...spiral stones...stacked stone
“artistic design” — greenki
Northern Virginia Shower Glass and Mirror Designer
ABC Glass and Mirror, Inc. is a family owned and operated business with over 40 years of owner industry experience and over 150 years of combined experience.
Timothy Lee landscape design
14 Reviews
dining terrace
Hi there What is the patio made of? cobble stones and?
What is the stone and brand for the grill station?
you can do it either way but usually the opposite granite cobbles, which are 4" thick, first then the bluestone paving that's 1.5" thick. We do as we go and cut bluestone if we need to make it fit. This way you get a nice clean line of cobbles making the grid pattern.
there a depth difference between the large stone and the smaller brick..... Do you prepare and lay the larger first and then dig deeper a trench for the bricks? clear as mud now !!!!! thank you for you response, Timothy Lee Landscape design
Paving stone material is bluestone with a natural cleft
The paving is set on a compacted gravel base with a stonedust setting bed. Joints were originally swept with stone dust but we recently change them to a polymeric sand mix.
“blue chairs” — tammybrazier
Horst Architects
4 Reviews
Three Arch Bay Residence - Exterior
can you please tell me what stone is used on the exterior of this house?
exterior stone pattern on the left
love the flat stone on this one.. like the different angles on roof line, but a bit too flat... don't like garage
staircase visible from street? STONE- MARBLE? like the variation of how stone placed on the left
“Outside**” — redheadgonewild33
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
coastal influence
'natural' cut stone to form a spiral with cobbles to create the spiral 'line'
love the spiral stepping stone design
Stones. This spiral of stones is quick to draw the eye. A similar pattern would look great beneath a large birdbath or gazing ball and can easily be obtained on a much smaller scale as well.
“Stone & rock for firepit” — swhiteal
Tara Seawright
Living Room
rock or another type of stone used on the fireplace???
I love the turtle pattern ....where can I get those
Bright greens pop against the tan background, but still allow the fireplace stones and patterned rug to hold their own. This room has a lot of texture going on, but the designer has also been able to add several prints.
cottage-style home. I'm inspired by the fabric mix of the furniture in the living room and the neighboring dining room. There is an assortment of patterns within this open space, but the green color palette is what helps to keep the fabric medley cohesive.
“Love the windows. It would work in my guest bedroom/office” — retrofuture
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Coastal influence
love the integration of grass/greenery and stone in pattern -front?
Unusual idea - like the concept of spiral pattern
Beautiful hardscape. Love the colors of the rocks in the circular pattern.
Crushed rock and planting between stones - love the spiral design!
Brick pavers: $5 to $15 per square feet Natural stone: $10 to $30 per square feet
Maybe this is stretching the idea of a mosaic a tad — but then again, maybe not. Make sure you have a friend to help if you do a flagstone patio of this scale (those stones are heavy!). Actually, make sure you have a friend
friend helping no matter how big the stones are, and tell them to bring some wine. And knee pads.
“Fire pit idea” — haydona
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