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Genus Loci Ecological Landscapes Inc.
8 Reviews
Outdoor Dining Terrace
How about if we used pebble rock instead of mulch around pavers or slabs stones?
infilled around the stones with topsoil so that grass could be seeded (not shown in this picture taken immediately after project completion). The limited base may result in some shifting over time, though the site is located on a sandy, well drained soil, which means that the stones will be less prone
Actually, the mulch around the pavers was intended stictly as a temporary measure until we could get some grass established around the pavers. So, I suppose this could be dog-friendly once the turf is established. I wouldn't do pebbles, as these would be kicked up onto the stones, and
cheap, plain stepping stones for paving
“blocks” — sraab5
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Studio Santalla, Inc
15 Reviews
I would like to paint a stucco house the colorof the stone found in Provance. I know it has many colors but would like to lean toward the gold tones. What did you use or the trim on the house and the step
what is the stone and colour used to surround pool
Because of the remote location, this paint was actually mixed on site, so we don't have a spec for the paint color. If you are looking for a natural stone color, I would suggest purchasing a piece of stone that you like, and using that
Lovely Provencal pool area! Limestone tiles blend well with the old stucco/stone finish on the home.
The stone and space and privacy
The first time Santalla saw the home, he thought the dilapidated backyard was a city dump. Now that it's cleared out and this new paved patio and rectangular pool have been installed, it's become an oasis.
“I like the clean edge - not fancy - no decorative tile etc.” — warnerkiwi
david phillips
4 Reviews
newton residence 1 - dplk.02
Where can one purchase this field stone. I live in Arizona. Wonder if I can ship it here. Thanks.
Hello! Would you be able to share the type of stone this is? Fieldstone? Is this cultured or the real thing? The color scheme? Also, what is the name/type of and color of roof? Absolutely beautiful! Love every aspect!!! :)
.The stone is New England fieldstone. Essentially large stones 8" deep. You may want to consider a stone veneer of a product name "thin stone". This product is larger stone, sawn to a reduced thickness to 4" - 6". It would be best to to talk with your builder or mason for availability. You could also
the stone is conventional new england field stone, installed by an excellent mason. the wood roof is real red cedar shingles with not additives. All flashing is red copper within
“Exterior” — christinasik
Norris Architecture
2 Reviews
Stone Residence 1
Who makes the stone and what is the color
quarry. But all of the quarries in Crab Orchard Tennessee carry the same stone. Just ask for the field stone
We love your home! Do you have more photos of the exterior of this house from different angles? Are the walls solid stone or a facade?
curves, paves in grass, ceiling detail, stone
stone and stepping stones, it doesn't have
Stone porch enclosure with 2 open side arches
part of the stone house we like
love the stone and arches and the way
“Boat house” — leffing
Paul Moon Design
4 Reviews
Douglas Fir Interior
Can you please advise where you procured the stone and its color?
This is a stacked stone from Eldorado Stone. Color- Alderwood.
Clean lines and mixture of wood and stone and white walls
This is a stacked stone from Eldorado Stone. Color- Alderwood.
If column is needed match stone to fireplace
Clad a large load bearing column in stone
this article has ideas on how to hide load bearing walls - I like the stone face idea
Clad a large column in stone. The imposing presence of the masonry column here reminds you of its purpose, while at the same time introducing a tactile material that contrasts with the rest of the soft interior. This could be a good idea for bringing some of the material from the home’s exterior inside
“stacked stone columns” — kwgrantesq
Scott Brinitzer Design Associates
1 Review
An Arlington Residence
Love the patio stone. Would you kindly let us know the material?
steps walls & dry laid stone
blue stone with stairs, very pretty and not too preciously designed.
Stepping stones & containers
Pennsylvania blue stone
Outdoor stone for patio
Stone.. Grass blended in stone
natural stone pavers
Patio paving...Patio stone...Stone steps...stone work...Stone yard...blue stone steps...Stone patio...stone tile...PA stone...stone stairs
“//” — cicconer
Don Ziebell
1 Review
Oz Architects
what kind of stone, and who did the masonry work? it's really lovely.
Old style european stone and design
archway, this rustic warm stone farmhouse feels every inch the Spanish finca. The large stone animal trough makes a great water feature. To create your own little patch of Spain, grow pots (or a trough) of desertworthy succulents. If you don't have lovely sand-colored stone walls, paint a surrounding
even a small patio out back, cloaked in stone or stucco and laden with pottery urns and creeping vines, creates the same effect.Bella Tuscany: Water, usually in the form of a small fountain, makes a natural partner for Tuscan style. The trough along the main stone wall of this courtyard serves a similar
“Quaint, relaxing.” — mciccole
Debra Campbell Design
Debra Campbell Design
Please tell me what kind of stone is used on this patio. Thanks
Arizona stone. This fireplace was built as a replica of the great room fireplace. Also Arizona stone.
It appears to be a stone called, 'Argillite' and the distributor 'SWB' calls it Autumn Flame. In Southern California
love the mixture of stucco / stone. Think I want an old barn wood timber for a mantle
stone bottom and stucco top with cedar mantel - courtyard fireplace
This color of Flag Stone would match Foundation of Farm House
“like the materials fireplace is made of” — Beverly Teague
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