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NSPJ Architects/Landscape Architects
Red brick house with cultured stone
valerie pasquiou interiors + design, inc
VP Interiors 2010
Culture stone wall
little drawers and cultured stone
Hi, did you hang the shelves before or after the stone? Looks great!
installed the stone around the shelves. Not sure what type of stone was used. I will inquire with the lovely designers at ... Thanks!
I thought about using stone in my house as well. The quote for materials and work was well above my budget. I'm looking into using this: ....
the wall could it be airstone? Or is it real stone? Love the look!
Stacked stone instead of bigger blocks?
Inverness Residence Bar
How can one get stone look w/o using real stone as total gutting would be needed? Are there laminate boards out there one can purchase
about a full day of work for about 50 sqft. MUCH easier than using real stone. Just keep in mind that it is also more fragile.
Stone Bar Countertop and the way it attaches
Do we really want stone on bar too
K West Images, Interior and Garden Photography
Pool with sheer decent waterfall
What is the cultured stone used? Who manufactures?
Tile with stone, fountains, color of pool
Stone with bamboo fence...Stone wall below MBR...Tile and stone...Stone lights and bamboo...Stacked stone
Onju Updegrave Architect AIA
This is a cultured stone (manufactured stone) product, not natural stone. The project was built in 2007, I'm not sure exactly what the product was. But
what kind of stone is this?...dont like stone and cedar...stone base with shingles
Lands End Development - Designers & Builders
Dining - Lower Whitefish Lake
What type of stone is that? I love it inside!
Hello, the stone is a Cultured Stone Brand Old Country Fieldstone, in the Chardonnay color. I hope
Cultured Stone Brand Old Country fieldstone in Chardonnay color
a cabin feel cozy and true. More often found on the exterior of a home, stone pillars define this space while bringing in a rustic element.
the world in a homestead or camp kind of way. Natural materials like large stones and twiggy wood pieces bring in an away-from-it-all vibe; dark wood ceilings