506,743 blue stone Home Design Photos

Dan K. Gordon Landscape Architects
Sanderson Residence
blue stone
cut stone...stone patio...Big stone pavers
“Back porch” — crobbins1
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: Stolp
What is the name of the blue color? 5 days til painter comes! :) Thx!
10 orange door w my blue
Good blue but slightly too grey
door contrasted with blue exterior.
Slate blue and orange. Maybe
Front entry Stones. Pattern. Mailbox Light Door Doorknob
Blue grey and orange door
blue stones...blue color...blue tile pathway...stepping stones
“Love tge door and house color” — marilavergne
Formica Group
2 Reviews
3467 Blue Storm 180fx® By Formica Group
3467 Blue Storm 180fx® By Formica Group
Bold and graceful, 3467 Blue Storm 180fx® Formica® brand laminate incorporates black, brown, and blue and is stunning in a kitchen installation! Innovative and appealing, 180fx® patterns only repeat after 5 feet! Get your free sample, now! http://www.formica.com/en/us/products/180fx/details?di=NA_US
If you have blue storm Formica counters could you give your opinion on them, putting them in my new home.
Thanks for reaching out. This is Formica® Blue Storm 180fx®. Here’s a link to the website for more information: http://bit.ly/15QutlQ.
I believe that is a stone called Astrix
to the many angles in our kitchen, we were told the Blue Storm might not work for us, as the "flow" of the pattern would be disrupted. Looking at the Antique Moscarello which is also beautiful and will "hide" disruption of angles.
“Countertop Formica” — Hannah Lechner
Elizabeth Dinkel
1 Review
Swallow Drive
River stone divided slab of cement
pavers with dark stone (instead of pea gravel)
Paver patio with large pavers with stone pebbles
Concrete and blue stone
stones and concrete blocks
Large pavers with stone joints
Patio concrete and stone
Concrete pads and stone fill
Stones between pavers
pavers plus stones...Stones in the gaps...tile and stones...river stones
“Gravel ingravings” — Zach Schmersahl
Amaron Folkestad GC Steamboats Builder
2 Reviews
Rolling Stone Golf Right Side
What is the name of the stone on this home?
Love the blue stone, absolutely stunning!
red color mixture of stone wood and metal
The variety of color in the stone
we like this particular stone, and the wood is great, like the weathered tin
Corregated rusty roof. Stone work. Pink cone flowers.
Stone entry north side /
Love wood and stone together
Stone color minus light grey
Rolling Stone Golf Right Side
Stone w/wood....love this stone!...interesting stone...Colors of stone...stone and trim...stone exterior...stone siding
“The corregated tin roof over the porch.” — Brooke Yuresko
Windsor Companies
5 Reviews
Orono Estate
personality to an otherwise pastoral place. Groundcovers of Pachysandra, Hosta, and Heuchera are planted en masse to firmly shape garden spaces. A stone wall retains the generous main bluestone terrace. Though it resides a half-mile from the water, the home is positioned perfectly to provide a captivating
Love the patio stones. What type are they?
Like the color of the blue stone
big open terrace and low natural stone wall
“Patio tile Step down” — beahmfam5
Terra Ferma Landscapes
5 Reviews
Lounging Area by the Pool
What is the type of stone or paver?
more so than any other. www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ofUXLb6VNk Also attaching our recent installs with paver stones :) Cheers! George http://www.houzz.com/projects/164931/EasyTurf-with-Paver-Stones
It is Bluestone from Pennsylvania, with a bushhammer finish. Contact Specialty Stone in Petaluma Ca. for further sourcing.
Stones in grass. I love it
Pool size is 16x36, so kind of close to ours. I think ours would be 15x30 or smthg like that. We like the coping here; I remember you were talking about the blue stone
briankoch It is Bluestone from Pennsylvania, with a bushhammer finish. Contact Specialty Stone in Petaluma Ca. for further sourcing. June 4, 2012 at 2:57pm Like
“Stone and grass” — rajkovic
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
10 Reviews
Atherton Japanese Garden
Are the large stones cemented or just laid on the gravel?
Please tell me what type of boarder or divider seperates the mulch and stone?
I love this total design! I live in CT and have no idea where to find this type of oriental center piece. Congratulations on this blue ribbon creation!
a company called "Stone Forest" stoneforest.com a number of years ago. In recently checking their website, I no longer see that model available, but do see others that might interest you. If you want that particular style, you may need to contact them.
It is a Japanese stone lantern style called
These stepping stones are laid on a compacted baserock bedding, set snuggly so that they will not shift, then filled in around with gravel. However, this path is intended
“Pebble stone path with nice tree and low profile plants” — Ritchie Frijas
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