49,276 cinder block Home Design Photos

Lucid Architecture
2 Reviews
Pigeon Creek Residence Living
Can you comment on how the cinder block was painted?
concrete block stained with wood wall
Exposed concrete blocks with wood paneling
can do cinder block on inter or ext
Never knew cinder block could look so chic...hmmm
Contrast of cool block fireplace and warm
wood siding, beams, concrete block at fireplace?
vertical grain western red cedar, cinder block
Use blocks on the chimney breastAnother scheme that shows how wood and concrete blocks work so well together. Reaching all the way to the vaulted ceiling, the chimney breast is the focal point of this room.
“wood accent wall & beams, dark grout enhancing pattern on concrete block fireplace” — ellenwoodhomes
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2 Reviews
1305 Ranch
Stone effect on the cinder block wall
incorporate matching stone into cinder block wall
mixed surface cinder block wall
Cinder block wall...Mixed cinder block
“mixed surface cinder block wall” — cbhoffman
Clayton&Little Architects
1 Review
E. 8th Street House
Just wondering what type of sealer was used on the concrete blocks?
Were the cinder blocks treated is some way?
Since concrete block is porous, these are painted on the exterior. The interior face can be left untreated or use a clear sealer (with a matte finish).
cinder block wall in bathroom and polished concrete floor.
concrete blocks& simple bathroom set up
exposed cinder block with cement floor
I like the size on the cinder blocks. What if we did that in a white tile.
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 coat of stucco or a veneer of brick, stone or cast stone applied directly to the block. Veneer
“Floor” — christie604
Design Platform
15 Reviews
Jersey Way Addition
Tigerwood Horizontal Fence on Cinder Block Patio Wall. Opened Entire Front of House Adding New Windows, Patio Doors and Clerestory. Photo by David Lauer. ...
Block Wall & wooden horizontal topping
CMU Block and Wood Privacy Fencing
Wood fence on top of block wall.
good combo of gray on the cinder block and the wood above
like the block and the wood
“Combination of grey house, white windows and wood” — kellygus
Ziger/Snead Architects
River House - Living Spaces
Cinder block. Off white grout lines
could use low concrete block pavers for hearth & up wall
cinder block fireplace
Cement block fireplace2
concrete block aggregate face
can cinder block be painted/stained?
cinder block fireplace surround
cinder block
“fireplace window” — Elisa Baquero
Johnston Architects
6 Reviews
house in the woods
cinder block outdoor fireplace
Cinder block construction exposed
cinder block on side
concrete block...Coloring Blocking...cinder blocks......cinder block
“problem of corner not well solved, similar to mine” — jackholloway
Identity Construction
5 Reviews
galnick exterior
Are these cinder blocks, or a stone on exterior?
Hello - What are the block dimensions? 8" or 6" tall, and depth? thank you.
Is the top course of block the same as the others, but with the voids filled or is it a special solid block or is it flashed? What state is this in? We are planning to build our house and are doing something
Better looking joints and more labor to lay it knowing its a finished product. There is also a little waste factor as you loose blocks that might have imperfections.
It is a solid block that has not voids. It is placed on top once the walls have been grouted solid.
block column, metal fascia, concrete patio
Cool block for potential chimney at shore.
some ideas for working with working with cinder block.
“Stairs” — ricarperu02
Lasley Brahaney Architecture + Construction
7 Reviews
Master Bedroom
Big windows (but able to block light)
it to grow: a plant stand, a small low table, a stool of some kind or maybe even a few cinder blocks if your decor (and your spouse?) can handle them. Just don't forget to fertilize so you can send those cinder blocks on their way sooner rather than later.Choosing the right plant for your home isn't always
“money saving ideas” — jacquelinefrancis
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