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It was finished and sold for 4 million in 2009. It is built in Oklahoma City.
A matchup I'm really looking forward to is Oklahoma State vs. Stanford in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. Though Oklahoma State can make the stronger case, both of these teams could easily have been in the national championship game. Both feature high-scoring offenses and are led by two of the top quarterbacks
quarterbacks in the nation. Like some storybook castle built out on the plains, Oklahoma State's passing duo of Weedan to Blackmon has put up some gaudy numbers.
stone house on a steep hillside west of Boulder, Colorado Oklahoma brown veneer stone with New Mexico buff sandstone lintels and trim, weathering steel corrugated roof
The stone is Oklahoma Brown, slightly selected out for the darker tones.
stone house on a steep hillside west of Boulder, Colorado Oklahoma brown veneer stone with New Mexico buff sandstone lintels and trim, weathering steel corrugated roof
stone house on a steep hillside west of Boulder, Colorado Oklahoma brown veneer stone with New Mexico buff sandstone lintels
Oklahoma brown veneer stone with New Mexico buff sandstone lintels and trim,
Rocky River ExteriorCornerstone Architects
Oklahoma "peach" limestone. A harder type of limestone to hold up against the the salt water pool.
We like the pool color. We like the stone color as well. The stone is labeled as Oklahoma stone, so maybe the lighting is throwing us off.
Oklahoma "peach" limestone. A harder type of limestone to hold up against the the salt water pool.
Oklahoma "peach" limestone. A harder type of limestone to hold up against the the salt water pool. November 11, 2013 at 5:44pm Like
Lake Creek ResidenceKrueger Architecture & Design
Hi, this is a hand-picked selection of 4 Corners, Oklahoma and Brownstone. It is rectangular drystack, no mortar joint.
4 Corners, Oklahoma & Brownstone dry stack.
oklahoma stone...Oklahoma chop rock
Little GardenFineLines Design Studio
mortared)l I used everything as Dry-laid Oklahoma multicolor chopped stone for the edging and Flagstone for the patio areas in this project. Thank you so much for nice comments. Best Regards, Melda Clark
Oklahoma Multicolor Flagstone, Bed edging is also Oklahoma Multicolor Chopped stone.
Dry-laid Oklahoma multicolor chopped stone for the edging and Oklahoma multicolor Flagstone for the patio areas
Botanical name: Geranium maculatum Common name: Wild geranium Origin: Native from Manitoba, Canada, south to Oklahoma and eastward to Quebec in the north and Georgia in the south Where it will grow: Hardy to -42 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 2b to 9a; find your zone)
Botanical name: Geranium maculatum Common name: Wild geraniumOrigin: Native from Manitoba, Canada, south to Oklahoma and eastward to Quebec in the north and Georgia in the southWhere it will grow: Hardy to -42 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 2b to 9a; find your zone)Water requirement: Medium to dry soil;
BordleyThompson Custom Homes
Arch is about 12' wide at base. Stone is "Oklahoma Chop".
colors.... Oklahoma chop
Oklahoma chop stone...Oklahoma chop
RenovationPool Environments, Inc.
concrete "deck" was given a coordinating stone texture and scored to look like pavers. Coping is Oklahoma flagstone.
AFTER: The coping was replaced by Oklahoma flagstone, and a new concrete deck was poured, creating a much more inviting appearance. The concrete was given a coordinating stone texture and was
The coping was replaced by Oklahoma flagstone, and a new concrete deck was poured, creating a much more inviting appearance. The concrete was given a coordinating stone texture and was
AFTER: The coping was replaced by Oklahoma flagstone, and a new concrete deck was poured, creating a much more inviting appearance. The concrete was given a coordinating stone texture and was scored to make it look like pavers. “The lighter color of this stone and decking sheds heat well,” says Polito
Backyard - Botanical name: Geranium maculatum Common name: Wild geranium Origin: Native from Manitoba, Canada, south to Oklahoma and eastward to Quebec in the north and Georgia in the south Where it will grow: Hardy to -42 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 2b to 9a; find your zone)
Botanical name: Geranium maculatum Common name: Wild geranium Origin: Native from Manitoba, Canada, south to Oklahoma and eastward to Quebec in the north and Georgia in the south Where it will grow: Hardy to -42 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 2b to 9a; find your zone)
Marwell Cross GardensColin Cadle Photography
kind of the simplest early house built for practical reasons,” says interior designer Alison Kandler. “You built a porch because sitting outside in Oklahoma was hot. You picked hexagon tile because it was cheap and practical. You built a pitched roof so rain would fall off and you wouldn’t get leaks. There
kind of the simplest early house built for practical reasons,” says interior designer Alison Kandler. “You built a porch because sitting outside in Oklahoma was hot. You picked hexagon tile because it was cheap and practical. You built a pitched roof so rain would fall off and you wouldn’t get leaks. There
stone house on a steep hillside west of Boulder, Colorado Oklahoma brown veneer stone with New Mexico buff sandstone lintels and trim, weathering steel corrugated roof
Stone veneer - Oklahoma brown
Oklahoma brown...Oklahoma brown
Hill Country Guest HouseCapstone Custom Homes
Oklahoma chopped sandstone -- good coloration for us
Oklahoma chopped sandstone
Oklahoma chopped sandstone
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