45,611 jerusalem stone countertops Home Design Photos

Atticus Architecture
6 Reviews
Limerick Lane Remodel
Ideabooks88
Questions1
What is the countertop? Can you tell me the name. Thank you.
Jerusalem Stone Marble Countertops
Jerusalem Stone Marble Backsplash
Jerusalem Stone Tile
“Great window” — ari1189
London Tile
8 Reviews
Scurich - Mill Valley
Ideabooks5
Questions0
Jerusalem Gold stone countertop with limestone and glass mosaic on backsplash
Kitchen countertop
“NOT GOOD combo” — cspendergast
DLR Custom Builders
6 Reviews
Ruthland Road New Hillside Home
Ideabooks53
Questions0
public area of this home. Up slope lot allows for a wine cellar on the 2nd floor. Kitchen boasts custom built cherrywood cabinets; and Jerusalem stone slab countertops; island with range top and island hood. Hardwood floors throughout. Fireplace. Second story terrace off of the front of the great room
“I see what you're saying. This is more what Paul was going for, no? Eliminate the U and open it up” — marycdanko
DLR Custom Builders
6 Reviews
King Avenue Piedmont Complete Property Restoration
Ideabooks23
Questions0
laquer cabinets. Built-in refrigerator and microwave/convection oven. Three inch thick maple butcher block island counter top. Mat finish Jerusalem Stone countertops and backsplashes. Hardwood floors. Touch On/Off kitchen sink faucet. Pot filler faucet, and much more....
“3" butcher block” — lovesushi28
Debra Campbell Design
Debra Campbell Design
Ideabooks4,042
Questions6
A local stone yard or tilde company. This is Jerusalem stone.
Random pattern and sizes of Jerusalem stone.
Beautifully done Debra. Saw your photo on a clients feed. We also sell one of a kind antique Jerusalem Stone of the highest grade and stock it locally. Hope to collaborate with you some day soon.
Jerusalem stone flooring and walls pretty details
rustic stone floor, and CEILING TIMBERS
Like this softer natural stone look on floor and walls
“Flooring” — Rachell Reed
SoCal Contractor
23 Reviews
Hollywood Hills
Ideabooks4,474
Questions7
Love the wall of stone. Where can this stone be purchased.?
jerusalem stone in the san fernando valley, ask for abe and tell him lori sent you.
Love the stone rock brought into the shower to tie into the stone wall.
Dark-gray Jerusalem stone wall — and a boulder-like lava rock shower bench. The floor is
lovely dark-gray Jerusalem stone wall — and a boulder-like lava rock shower bench.
stone wall, mirrors, floor, stone seat
Love the dark Jerusalem stone wall, cabinets and hanging light pendants.
Stone over vanity, stone rest in shower
This expansive glass-enclosed shower, complete with views of the Hollywood Hills, boasts a lovely dark-gray Jerusalem stone wall — and a boulder-like lava rock shower bench. The floor is limestone with minimal joint grouting, which makes the modern freestanding tub seem to float in the airy space.
“Tub and shower” — anitabell1
Remick Associates Architects + Master Builders
1 Review
Farmhouse Kitchen
Ideabooks1,016
Questions7
Countertops and floor. White too but too fussy.
Cool stainless steel hood with stone
Cabinets and color of the countertops
limestone countertops
countertops; subway tile; pan rack
Matches color of existing countertop
Jerusalem Gold Limestone
Countertops and backsplash
Jerusalem gold limestone counters
limestone countertop
Floors, countertops, colours
countertop Jerusalem Gold linestone
I like this countertop-Jerusalem Gold
It's Jerusalem Gold Limestone
countertop detail...beige countertops
“hood” — moore_em
DSA Architects
Meditrranean Villa
Ideabooks4,016
Questions4
Would like to use Jerusalem stone for a fireplace wall. Can you tell me where I can obtain it?
Hello DSA Architects, yes I do agree with you this is what you call a faux Jerusalem Stone. It is not real old so they hyper antiqued it and wobbled the surface so it can look old. The real Antique Biblical Stone or Jerusalem Stone has much less red colors and is worn on the surface but is barely ondulated
It's Jerusalem limestone. About $50/sf. Very textured, rough, and uneven. It's nearly 2 1/2" thick and difficult to walk on. It wouldn't have been my choice
I wish I could help you but the homeowner picked it out at some obscure stone yard. I would NOT use it for flooring like they did. It's like walking on the cobblestones in europe, Not recommended.
“Tile” — Edward Foley
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