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Crisp Architects
44 Reviews
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks4,884
Questions3
What type of stone is this? Thanks
Which Style and Color is this stone?
I'm considering using Owens Corning Cultured Stone since I've had a bad experience with Coronado Stone. Would you be kind enough to tell me if this is the Old Country Fieldstone or the Dressed Fieldstone
Hi, Awesome room! What color stone did you use? I went to the website you provided but bot sure which stone. Thanks so much!
I was actually an artificial stone veneer called Owens Corning Cultured Stone. http://www.nesbits.biz/Corning.html
PROReport Crisp Architects I was actually an artificial stone veneer called Owens Corning Cultured Stone. http://www.nesbits.biz/Corning.html June
Love the door and stone work.
Love the stone and the door
“Door. Might become replacement for front door to our house” — larryg20
Hendel Homes
24 Reviews
Basement Bar
Ideabooks19,344
Questions11
Can you please tell me what type of stone and manufacturer? Love this stone. Appreciate any information ASAP. Thanks Theresa
Love the stone look, but cannot
Hello Hendel Homes! We are building in the Hill Country of Texas. We are in the process of looking for our stone. Love the colors of this and would appreciate if you could tell me the 5 stone names and percentages. You product looks amazing
and would have to be gutted,rebuilt and then stoned. Not financially able to do. Is there a manufactured wall board that give look w/o having to totally gut house?
I really love the stone work and the contrast. I live in Maryland and
How wide is the bar inside the stone columns and how deep is it from bar top front edge to the glass backsplash? Thanks!
“stonework for fireplace” — joolmac
Fredman Design Group
8 Reviews
Blackhawk
Ideabooks2,364
Questions3
With two teenagers in the home, the homeowners wanted a space for entertaining both the adults and the younger set alike, a stone-clad bar and rounded seating area is set apart from the cozy movie-watching room next to it, but not completely secluded.
I like the large glossy floor tiles; what are the dimensions? Company?
What type of stone is on the walls? Thanks, beautiful design!
it's taken us so long to get back to you. We'd love to talk about your project directly if you're still interested and we can discuss specifics of the tile you mentioned. Feel free to call 312.587.8150 or email info@susanfredman.com to speak with Susan Rossie, our company president, to get started!
like tile and color of wood
“wetbar” — mlou2
Northern Virginia Full Service Kitchen and Bath Remodeler
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Brillo Home Improvements
3 Reviews
Waukesha Lower Level
Ideabooks24,487
Questions11
Could you please tell me what the color of the floor tile is?
Is that stack stone on the walls? Can you please tell me the
install the Outlet on the Ledgestone/Stack Stone?
We have been considering using Ledgestone as a backsplash, but due to the unevenness of the stone I think it would be hard to install the outlets. How did you install your outlets here on the uneven stone?
This stone is from The Tile Shop and is called Tucson Architectural stone. Hope this helps! Thanks for your question.
The floor tile is Copper Rust Slate
the extension should be the depth of the shallowest stone depth. The outlets would be set and the plate held in a position that would allow the outside edge to be traced so that a Dremel tool could be used to carve out the projecting or interfering stone. Hope this helps! -The Brillo Team
“st-donat” — Manon Bissonnette
RD Architecture, LLC
10 Reviews
Full interior remodel
Ideabooks21,010
Questions13
What type of stone was used? Thanks
These are concrete pavers from Stone Creak Pavers out of Manor Texas. I believe the color is dolphin grey. The beauty of this material is the visual texture and depth usually limited to natural stone. Also, like natural stone each tile or paver is unique and never duplicated. Thanks
The surround is a concrete paver. It's from a Texas based company - Stone Creek Pavers and the color is dolphin grey. The original firebox and flue were removed and replaced with a vent free fireplace by Ecosmart Fire.
The material surrounding the fireplace is a concrete tile with a rough texture.
The stain of the concrete floor agrees with the natural stone tile used on the fireplace
“basey” — bgarretson
Sethbennphoto
1 Review
Basement remodel
Ideabooks22,182
Questions5
I love the stone on that wall. What type of stone is that one and what color?? We are building a house and I
I love the stone on that wall. What type of stone is that one and what color?? We are building a house and I have to decide the stone and the color asap. Thanks!
This looks like a Ply Gem True Stack stone. Contact me at bradfisher29@hotmail.com for details. I am located in KC and can direct you to distribution. Plygemstone.com
this looks like Eldorado stone-or at least they have one very close- send for the free catalog- you
I love the stone in the wall. What type of stone is this one and what color?
could have just a bit of tile around fireplace insert, then stone to match outside, and then mantle or three offset mantles up the stone wall ?
“Fire place” — coleb4444
John Kraemer & Sons
35 Reviews
Lower Level Family Room
Ideabooks46,856
Questions33
What is the name of the stone?
Love the stone and mantle. What is the stone? What is the mantle made of?
Could you please tell me the stone used on the curved fireplace? What size?
Where can I find a hearth to go with that stone? Where did you get it?
Can you please tell me the type and color of tile used on the floor? Thank you!
The fireplace stone is called Virginia Ledgestone. Contact your local stone supplier, and they can help you out. Thanks!
It's an Indian Autumn Slate tile floor. Thanks!
It is slate tile. Thanks for asking!
We did the same thing, the fireplace is flat. The stone, hearth and mantel are curved.
The stone is Virginia Ledgestone, and the mantle is reclaimed barn wood. Thanks, and good luck!
“Built im” — penny5
Fredman Design Group
8 Reviews
Blackhawk
Ideabooks3,589
Questions6
this softened natural light was key, so the knotty pine walls, low-hanging ceilings and vinyl flooring were updated with a raised ceiling, natural stone finishes and reclaimed wood detailing.
The tones of the rug match perfectly with the room. The pebble like aesthetic is a gorgeous juxtaposition with the stone walls.
like tile floor and stone wall
love the idea of the stone walls
“Basement entry” — chutter03
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