102,208 blue stone Contemporary Home Design Photos

Beckwith Interiors
5 Reviews
Pool House & Wine Cellar
Ideabooks49,947
Questions38
What is the stone on the fireplace?
The stone on the fireplace is slabs of Travertine.
stone wall...Stone over door...Stone on wall
“Box concept open to patio” — kbarocio
Synthesis Inc.
10 Reviews
Contemporary Condo Renovation
Ideabooks10,035
Questions10
This is CaesarStone. Color: Blizzard.
How much maintenance is required with limestone tiles inside shower? Will pair ok with travertine floor, or too many different stone surfaces?
CaesarStone: Color was Blizzard
stone floor...stone shower wall...Light stone shower.
“Layout, possible shelving by toilet” — Alicia Symonds
Bagnato Architects
Borell Street Melbourne Victoria Australia
Ideabooks288
Questions0
portico with the circular driveway and vast lansdscaping. At night it is highlighted by feature lighting. The portico itself is clad in Walnut travertine stone tiles.
Walnut travertine stone
stone modern columns
travertine stone...natural stone
“stone modern columns” — metaldesigner
Charles Cunniffe Architects Aspen
3 Reviews
Willoughby Way
Ideabooks3,229
Questions5
love the stone in the kitchen and the windows
stone detail...the stones
“onyx” — semiwati
Art in Green
1 Review
Northbridge
Ideabooks10,898
Questions2
Love the stone pavers and steps. What are they?
The colour variation is due to it being a natural stone product and adds interest to the paving areas. For a more consistent colour we would use a different paver or tile that had less variation.
Love the waterworks, the greenery and the stepping stone tiles. The vines are especially nice
Cool entry. Clean stone, use of water.
Pattinson met the challenge of the lot's 7-foot height change with several tumbled travertine patios, each connected with elegant stone stairs. Curry leaf (Murraya koenigii, USDA zones 10 to 12) and lilly pilly (Syzygium spp) hedges help disguise the dramatic level changes, making the garden feel more
various activities – there’s an area for sun loungers, a spot for dining, and a garden bench to sit and pause a while. The water feature’s stepping stones are a fun detail that also serves to break up the paving expanses.
“Not the boxwood (doesn't work here) but the multiple spaces.” — Rob Baker
Swell Homes
11 Reviews
Ozone
Ideabooks758
Questions1
the mirror, the tiles, white and stone colour
stone bathroom tiles
Wall stone...stone tile...natural stone tile
“Tiles” — orchardsj
imag_ne design + construction
Landscape - Brighton meets LA Hollywood Hills
Ideabooks428
Questions0
stepping stones
Stepping stones...step stones
“Back yard” — Melissa Brower
D-Max Photography
Costal House
Ideabooks1,528
Questions0
Lighting on the stone wall-left side
Stone column and cubism
Flat roof windows stacked stone
Stone accent...stone finish
“Roof overhangs windows” — gbcphoto
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