274,708 cast stone Home Design Photos

Patricia Brennan Architects
Northwest Contemporary Residence
Ideabooks760
Questions1
stone clad framing...siding, stone...exterior stone...natural shingles and stone/brick...like the stone...Downspout and stone post...Weathered look of the stone...Stone and wood...Stone clad and siding...stone color
“Column” — imgrillo
Island Architects
Kiawah Island Lagoonfront
Ideabooks968
Questions1
Love this garage door and stone color. Size of stone a bit small though
little door in tue stone wall...Garage door with stone....Stone arch...Stone arch over garage...Doors and stone...Stone for back of house...garage doors stone idea...The stone front
“Garage Door” — rbeadle
VictorEric
41 Reviews
Angus Residence
Ideabooks4,938
Questions3
I like the mix of wood stone and concrete:
colors with stone and dark windows
Fond Du Lac from Adera Stone ......Stone exterior...Mix of stone and wood...wood and stone...stone, woods, stucco...stone and wood mix...Timber / stone mix...What stone is this?
“stone and entry” — kardeshna
Living Stone Construction, Inc.
25 Reviews
Living Stone Construction, Inc.
Ideabooks3,585
Questions3
We worked with the Living Stone team on this project and I know that the upper portion is a product called
Wide brown band that matches window trim separating stone and trim. Wide trim
brown shake and stone. maybe gray board instead of tan?
Stone and wood exterior...reddish stone...House colors with stone...stone, two-tone wood...Siding mixed with natural stone...combination, dark, light, stone...Exterior colors, materials and stone...Living Stone Construction, Inc.
“That might work but a bit too Bavarian.” — idahouse
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Ackerman Residence Renovation/Addition Norwich VT
Ideabooks921
Questions1
Stone wall yard terrace, stone steps
Stone wall...Stone retaining wall...Tier and stone wall...Natural stone wall
“Retaining wall” — daricemercer
John Montgomery Landscape Architects
23 Reviews
Contemporary Entertaining
Ideabooks5,156
Questions5
I love the pathway!. What method did you use to place the stones?
what method did you use to place the large square stepping stones? did you excavate? or did you just place them on the ground? I would love to make a similar
similar pathway! also, what dimensions are your stones? Thank you so much!
Hi Chandler, the stones are actually poured in place concrete pads. They were excavated then formed and poured with concrete. These squares are 3 X 3 feet
Square stepping stones with grass between...geometric plus differentiates path from patio.
I like the stepping stones maybe to another seating area
square white stones? Who makes them?
“Doors and window” — cc530
Birdseye Design
4 Reviews
Points North
Ideabooks2,821
Questions5
Looks very much like a real stone wal to me, and nicely done
Variation of size stone in the wall, clean lines, stone cap to finish the look
I really, really like this stone wall. Smaller horizontal stone and a mixing of the larger stones.
cedar, metal roof, dark windows, stone...and stacked stone...Nice stone work...Stone wall...Stone retaining walls...Siding color and stone...stone pattern
“Hmm, I want that grey click-lock roof.” — idahouse
Charles Rose Architects Inc.
Charles Rose Architects Inc.
Ideabooks2,805
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Are the stepping stones poured concrete or a manufactured stone? If so do you know the pattern or manufacturer? Beautiful.
to mow over concrete or stone pavers when they are set below the height of the lawn. You could use grass instead of polished stone or aggregate in some areas
Step stones up to entrance, nice pathway
direct access to the house, but the formal entry sits at the top of the stone steps. The glass entry frames the sky and water beyond, making the outdoor
Patio stones in lawn at cottage.
“idea para un porch largo sencillo” — juan1269
Who made the stone hood? Is it stone? Or cast stone?
Looking for a company that can do a custom hood similar to this. Length we need is 10" at bottom (hearth edge) tapering to 7' at top. Any referrals would...
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