19,253 cut stone corbels Home Design Photos

Garret Cord Werner Architects & Interior Designers
6 Reviews
Master Bath
Ideabooks13,518
Questions6
floor plan and plumbing were relocated to the clients desires. Materials are wood, stone and paint colors that were very muted and relaxed. The master bath features a stack Dakota blue limestone wall that was hand cut and laid. This material is not difficult to find and is labour intensive to finish
would like to ask you a question if I may. Could you tell me if the Kota limestone is the only stone you used on the wall? Also is the wall comprised of Kota tiles ( what size?) ? Or is the Kota stone one singular sheet? Thank You and take care
what kind of tile/stone is on the wall behind the bath tub?
these tiles are each hand cut and faced with varying sizes. This is a very labour intensive and expensive process that is not achieved in any other manner. I would contact a local stonemason for more detailed info on how to achieve this. Best of luck on your project.
“Dramatic” — ekim000
RWA Architects
Family Room
Ideabooks14,528
Questions15
Style and color of the stone
Wood is rift and quartered cut oak. Random width up to 12", forget what the narrowest size was. Wood was supplied by the flooring company and do not know where they sourced it.
RWA Architects Wood is rift and quartered cut oak. Random
Fireplace stone and ceiling, wall color
“fireplace stone” — dinorafrias
Ruhl Walker Architects
10 Reviews
Boston Common House
Ideabooks5,224
Questions8
Hello! That stone has a pretty great story. We frequently work with Cumar Marble and Granite here in Boston. They are a direct importer of material, owned and operated by the sixth generation of a stone cutting family. The proprietor found this stone on one of his trips and bought
Hello! The stone top is a standard 1 1/4" thick.
Do we end island with stone?
like how the stone top shows on side
I like these stools, cuts down space and eye design
stone goes down the side of island
“Waterfall counter” — 553799
Damian Farrell Design Group
3 Reviews
Mountain Valley Residence
Ideabooks797
Questions4
Amy, if you're talking about the edge of the counter tops, that finish is commonly referred to as a "rough edge" or "chiseled edge" -- it's literally cut from a larger piece with a chisel by a highly skilled stonecutter. Any sharp areas can be sanded down a bit, so that it doesn't hurt or snag clothing
fabricator's contact information. We're more than happy to pass that along to you! Also, these counters are soapstone, which is softer and easier to cut than granite is. You may want to consider soapstone if you're okay with the occasional scratch and ding -- they really are quite nice!
Hi mguthrie84, the counter tops are a dark soapstone. The slabs are split, and rubbed with a finishing stone lightly so that they give that rustic, unfinished feel without being so rough that they snag clothing. They are relatively soft and smooth. We were
“Chiseled edge countertop” — princessplumeria1
Christopher Simmonds Architect
2 Reviews
Pleasant Park
Ideabooks1,075
Questions1
Like cut of the stone and the use of stone as an accent
Exterior stone - 4" course lay with 2 1/4" mixed in
Stone Veneer, Cedar Soffit
Brick/stone. Pleasant
Stone and soffit Combo
stone pattern...Cream stone...cut stone...stone wall
“entry” — B D
Marcus Gleysteen Architects
1 Review
Reservoir Living Room
Ideabooks6,286
Questions10
The Windowbox Gardener sells cut birch logs. 1-317-696-4047
Big stones on either side of fireplace
interesting combo of stones and rustic and simple forms
Birch's lighter hue and matte finish make it a great wood to use in modern designs. Try cutting a single log into thin slices for coasters, or simply pile a load in the fireplace. Though this space has plenty of rough and rustic elements to add
“grey/ brown/ wood” — Stella Greenberg
Buttrick Wong Architects
6 Reviews
Uplands Bath
Ideabooks2,902
Questions6
daylight is enhanced by corrugated glass panels, which stand in contrast to the deeply quarried, evenly colored Bluestone on the walls and floor. Laser cut stone and flush trim create a sense that the panels continue through the floor and ceiling. (Photos by Matthew Millman)
What kind of stone did you use on the wall? Thanks
like the blue stone. would it work for around fireplace?
“like this yellow” — stacey1605
PACIFIC STONEWORKS INC
19 Reviews
Contemporary Fireplaces
Ideabooks3,060
Questions3
The use of stone to add drama to fireplace placement
marble, granite or another solid surface creates a dramatic and minimalist aesthetic. Make sure to hand select your slab and discuss the best area to cut with your installer. Try to take advantage of veining that creates a focal point. Cost: Around $7,000 to $10,000 for the slab, fabrication and installation
marble, granite or another solid surface creates a dramatic and minimalist aesthetic. Make sure to hand select your slab and discuss the best area to cut with your installer. Try to take advantage of veining that creates a focal point. Cost: Around $7,000 to $10,000 for the slab, fabrication and installation
“Fireplace” — klintss
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