231 natural thin stone veneer rock realrock naturalstone natural Home Design Photos

Stephanie Ann Davis Landscape Design
HH1
Ideabooks3,319
Questions2
What is the brand of stone used on these columns?
Love the patio stone - can you tell me what that is and where it is from? Thanks!
It is a custom blend of stone. About 2/3 Oklahoma flagstone ledger and 1/3 deer creek ledger blend available at Bourget Brothers in Santa Monica. Thanks for you question.
We call the material Navajo. It is a type of sandstone. We manufacture it in a thin stone veneer or a full bed depth version
version. Either would work on this application depending on installation type. We would be happy to work with you to provide a similar stone for your project. Our site is arnoldstone.com
Oklahoma flag stone ledger and deer creek stone blended
I like the rock work and naturalness of the space
“stacked stone, like the regular look of the stone and the colors” — jjbill
Winn Design & Remodeling
6 Reviews
Oakton Curb-Appeal
Ideabooks17,774
Questions19
Water-damaged stucco was replaced with stone veneer, fiber-cement siding, composite trim & moldings and a variety of architectural elements.
Please tell me the color and manafactor of the stone used on this home
I know someone has asked that for this same info before but , I can't find a reply. Could you please tell me where to find this stone ? We
building and are trying to find this stone and color. I appreciate your valuable time . Sincere Thanks,
Love the stone on this home. would love the color & manafactor.
We now have vinyl siding on our home . What would we need to do to replace the siding with this stone?
please share the manufacturer and name of stone on this house? Thank you, Mary
How did you go from stucco to stone? Did you have to change the foundation
“Exterior design” — pmalau
Terri Symington, ASID
6 Reviews
Private Family Ranch Retreat
Ideabooks9,599
Questions8
Who's stone veneer is this please, I love it!
I am interested in the stone veneer mfg.
I love your stone work. Is there cement filled in between the stones?
I just did my fireplace (non-professionally) with similar stones and style and am nearing the end. Not
any idea what the name of this stone is?
Would love to know the name of the stone. Now it is in a new idea book - anyone know?
Hi. We are getting ready to place a stone order and I would love to know what stone was used here. If you have information on the
Not sure if I'm supposed to fill the small spaces in between the stones with cement or not. Thanks!
Anyone find the name/color of stone?
accent walls in my new house with stone like the one used here. Can you give me an idea of cost per square foot both full veneer and thin veneer and cost to ship to Miami? I have approx 300 total square feet to cover combined in 3 rooms. you can email me at cayman456@earthlink.net. Thanks. Jennifer
“Bricks” — susanowhite
Studio William Hefner
1 Review
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
Ideabooks7,991
Questions7
is this real stone? what is the product name and manufacturer?
natural stone thin veneer instead of faux stone. I've never heard anyone, that has used real stone, say that they wished they had used faux stone. Most people don't realize that Cultured Stone™, Eldorado Stone™, Coronado Stone™, along with others are not real stone but simply colored concrete from a
simply is no comparison to real natural stone.
I'm new to Houzz, but after briefly reviewing the website I noticed quite a few natural stone companies berating manufactured stone companies. I design home interiors for a living and have used both natural and manufactured stone in my designs. It may just
The stone is Honey Ledge Stone - Color: Golden Harvest. http://www.houzz.com/photos/821415/Contemporary-Stone-Veneer-Exterior----Coronado-Stone-Products-contemporary-exterior-los-angeles
“stone” — tkapell
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Driveway and courtyard
Ideabooks3,067
Questions4
What type of stone is this retaining wall? It is gorgeous!
Wonder if you could tell me the color concrete you used? Seems a nice contrast to the stone wall.
Info on the stacked stone wall
Would you mind sharing the info on the stacked stone wall? Thanks!
the natural stone retaining wall planter
Stacked blue stone retaining wall -- mortared over structural concrete.
LOVE this stone too. Not stacked - not sure what it
Stamped concrete with loose rocks. Subtract plants
Stone wall for serving counter wall
Concrete walls - not the rock portion
colours for mantle stone, and flooring
“Ledgers” — NORTH COUNTY TILE & STONE
ALTUS Architecture + Design
3 Reviews
Farquar Lake Residence
Ideabooks18,323
Questions14
mantel made of? It is very thin, yet structurally strong...right
What type of stone is the mantel and where can one purchase it so thin?
What is the material in the upper stone part of the fireplace and the lower lighter blue part?
how is the mantle fastened to the framework behind the stone?
is clad in natural Pennsylvania Bluestone. The lower portion in slabs and the upper portion in a snapped face thin veneer. The corners are 90 degree pieces which convey the sense of a thicker stone. They are 'jagged' and do not create a uniform edge. But that's the beauty of a natural material.
The stone is a Pennsylvania Bluestone (Blue/Blue color). The lower portion of the fireplace surround are slabs with a thermal finish. The upper portion is a thin veneer snapped face stacked stone. They are both sourced from Diaz Stone and Pallet in Penn. It's a great stone for a good price
“Flipped unexpected stacked stone fireplace” — katileshop
Noel Cross+Architects
6 Reviews
Earthy Modern
Ideabooks3,232
Questions8
fine estate home blends in with the natural surroundings of it’s hillside perch, and is so intoxicatingly beautiful, one hardly notices its numerous energy saving and green features. Durable, natural and handsome materials such as stained cedar trim, natural stone veneer, and integral color plaster are
are combined with strong horizontal roof lines that emphasize the expansive nature of the site and capture the “bigness” of the view. Large expanses of glass punctuated with a natural rhythm of exposed beams and stone columns that frame the spectacular views of the Santa Clara Valley and the Los Gatos
reduces heat gain in summer and allows for passive heating in winter - passive flow through ventilation provides natural night cooling, taking advantage of cooling summer breezes - natural day-lighting decreases need for interior lighting - fly ash concrete for all foundations - dual glazed low e high
“clean modern territorial rustic” — mattsamber1
david phillips
4 Reviews
needham studio - dphj.06
Ideabooks3,760
Questions6
What kid of stone is that?
Can this stone style be achieved on an existing shingled home?
Is there a type of faux i.e. lightweight stone in this type of look that can be applied to an existing home? (currently has shingled exterior) - Thanks for any advice
I'm using this stone on my new house
Beautiful home! What kind of stone is this? Thank you.
the roof was natural red cedar that has darken from the exposure to the weather.
or - use natural thin veneer - Natural stone, no footings needed:)!http://www.houzz.com/photos/1828931/Pennsylvania-Fieldstone-details-milwaukee
Tuscan kitchen we just designed using stone.
in this stone. The house will be smooth stucco with a stone detailing around the entry and stone all around foundation. In your opinion, would this be a suitable stone to achieve a cohesive look? I am originally from New England, I like the look and the idea of incorporating this stone into our Atlanta
“Roof height” — mmaher01
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