82,654 cast-stone Contemporary Home Design Photos

Spacecrafting / Architectural Photography
9 Reviews
Gonyea Homes & Remodeling
What stone did you use for the wine cellar, and the tile surrounding the bar?
Cool stone for outside of cold room
What kind of stone?...Stone entrance to cellar...Stone wall...stone, cabinetry, backsplash...Stone entrance to...Stone wine room...Stone wall in house...stone doorway to pantry/garage...The colors and gray stone....faux stone for wine cellar...black and stone pallet...stacked stone
“That pathway is sick” — All WoodWorking Crafstman
Studio KW Photography
2 Reviews
What is the stone you used? The color is great.
What is the stone mounted on? Sheetrock or concrete board?
Is the stone a veneer panel? ErthCOVERINGS Ledgestone ?
Did they build in the cabinet before putting int he stone in the 2 areas next to the firplace?
(stack stone), 3inch led lights in niches and cabinets. hope this helps. I would be using a heatnglo fireplace (direct vent)
What type of stone is that ? Where can I buy it?
What type of stacked stone is that?
“Fireplace” — babyhorn99
Prestige Custom Building & Construction, Inc.
Luxury Bathroom
name of shower stone wall and who sells it in miami fl
What is the stone in shower? is a stacked stone? Thank you!
What is the name and manufacturer of the stone tile in shower
Does the stacked stone tile in the shower withstand the moisture
what stone or tile exactly was used in the shower? I want the exact one please
We always recommend to invest in a good stone penetrating sealer and for the stone to be pre sealed before installation and sealed again
How difficult will it be to maintain these stone wall from mildew or mold since stones is porous?
is the mildew stains on the tiles. With these stones, how difficult will it be to maintain since stones is porous.
Love the stone- any clue what type/colr...what is the ledger stone on thew wall?
“compact layout” — skeff904
Dick Clark + Associates
3 Reviews
custom pool and spa
This is the austin house you like. Note the shadows cast by the arbor
tall boxy wall with parapets, all stone except details at doors
Stone for fireplace/BBQ area...Coping stone detail...Brown stone...stone facade...stone house...stone wall
“The swimming pool and the entrance” — salhal
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
South End Courtyard
elements, this beautiful indoor-outdoor option combines a powder-coated die-cast aluminum seat and back with tubular aluminum legs. W 21.75 x L 21.25" x
the stones in the ground, love that look around the sitting area
stone pavers...stones on ground with moss...stone pathway...Stone with moss floor
“pavers” — wjgreen
Terra Ferma Landscapes
7 Reviews
Entry Courtyard
I'm interested in this approach, what is the stone in the pea gravel?
house. Design associate Andrew Spiering of Terra Ferma Landscapes suggests casting shadows on the southwestern exposure of the home using large deciduous trees
Stone in the pea gravel...Step stones...Stone framing of walkway pavers....BLUE STONE...Small stones...Concrete pavers in stone
“BLUE STONE” — wjlong
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
Modern garden on Crest
w/ black river stone...Stone sidewalk...grass with address cast...door stone wall...the stone pathway...Concrete walk with stone divides...mixed stone and concrete path
“love the look” — melthedog
Mabbott Seidel Architecture
Harlem Residence Master Bath
line from Stone Source but we've used similar tile from other sources. The floor stone outside the shower is call Baltimore and is also from Stone Source
than typical float glass because it goesn't have the slightly green/blue cast that iron content gives to normal glass. A good source for hardware is CR
it's been a few years but I'm pretty sure the glass tile came from the Stone Source Glacier line. That said, I know they've changed glass tile lines at
like this can be cold if the bathroom is large. Burying the channel in the stone or tile needs to be planed ahead of installing the tile and can be an effective
“Bathroom 1” — drbashir
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