1,531 natural quartz stone Entry Design Photos

Sticks and Stones Design Group inc.
4 Reviews
OKANAGAN LOG HOME
Ideabooks3,366
Questions3
This exceptional log home is remotely located and perfectly situated to complement the natural surroundings. The home fully utilizes its spectacular views. Our design for the homeowners blends elements of rustic elegance juxtaposed with modern clean lines. It’s a sensational space where the rugged, tactile
Sticks and Stones Design Group inc.
Hello, the stone is Rocky Mountain Quartz Flagstone, random sizes – Note that thicknesses of quartz pieces will vary – installer must build up floor as necessary to ensure even surface. Check out the whole
stone flooring option for dining room
Stone flooring and walls in a less
Stone cladding instead of display unit?
“Backsplash” — kbartling12
Terri Symington, ASID
6 Reviews
Private Family Ranch Retreat
Ideabooks9,384
Questions8
any idea what the name of this stone is?
Would love to know the name of the stone. Now it is in a new idea book - anyone know?
Hi. We are getting ready to place a stone order and I would love to know what stone was used here. If you have information on the
Who's stone veneer is this please, I love it!
I am interested in the stone veneer mfg.
I love your stone work. Is there cement filled in between the stones?
I just did my fireplace (non-professionally) with similar stones and style and am nearing the end. Not
Not sure if I'm supposed to fill the small spaces in between the stones with cement or not. Thanks!
Anyone find the name/color of stone?
Is this a thin set stone? I live here in Austin do you have the name of the stone and distributor?
“Muro de piedra” — siegfrid
Battle Associates, Architects
Silver Lake Bedroom
Ideabooks7,882
Questions7
Entry hall with stone floor. Very rustic, humble feeling.
What type of stone was used for this entry way? Pros and cons of this natural stone? I have dogs.
Where did the stone for the floor come from?
I am looking to create something similar in a mudroom addition. I saw in a comment that the floor is "field stone". Was it harvested from the owner's property or purchased from a supplier. If
supplier in Virginia that offers such size stones? Zip code is 23314 or surrounding area
This was an oil and urethane finish, all natural. The color differences are all in
Mountain Quartzite™ - You can see more here - http://www.northernstonesupply.com/products/paving-stones/job_photo_galleries/rocky_mountain_quartzite_flagstone_job_photos.html
“door” — susanmhamilton
B&B Builders
6 Reviews
Baird Entry
Ideabooks4,775
Questions4
Can you tell me what stone/pavers were used for this house?
What is the color of stone and mortar on the house?
what is the name and color of the stone on the walls
The stone is a natural stone from Rocky Mountain supply in Idaho Falls Idaho. The mortar is a custom color.
The stone is a Thin Cut Natural Stone and can be purchased through Rocky Mountain Supply in Idaho Falls, Idaho.
The limestone trim is a product called Arcus Stone and was installed by
Where can I source the stone trim that surrounds the arched doorway. Incredible work.
beautiful use of stone & brick instead of stucco
like stone colors on house part
stone and paver combo. Brick in similar color can take the place of the pavers for less money. Stone color nice
“House stonework” — abdallah8683
Spani Developments Ltd.
Painted Boat Resort Pender Harbour
Ideabooks1,286
Questions1
The stone is a man made product by ELDORADO STONE. The image you see is a mix of ledgestone and flats in a random pattern. Check out their website: http://www.eldoradostone.com/. Hope this helps!
Stone in wall to be same as chimney
the stone-type tile that feels natural and relaxed. It all comes together as sophisticated including the subtle lighting. I like this.
would prefer more gray tone than this but love the cut of stones
lighting on wall and cut into stone in
stacked stone wall, shelves with under lighting
“Rock wall by Eldorado stone” — Helen Watkins
Sticks and Stones Design Group Inc
5 Reviews
Okanagan Log Home
Ideabooks5,514
Questions5
Sticks and Stones Design Group Inc
Hello the floor is Flag Stone Quartzite Check out the whole house story here; http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/5687533/list/Houzz-Tour--A-Luxurious-Log-Home-in-the-Canadian-Mountains
kettle valley stone, rustic ledgestone? I like the flooring but I think this was the wall stone.
stone, wood and steel - we like this
home's entire feel. The walnut staircase leads to a second-floor landing and lounge. Chandelier: Hammerton, Log and Timber; stone: Kettle Valley Stone, Rustic Ledgestone; floors: quartz flagstone; chairs: Warison; table: Rustique Furniture
“Floor” — markastucky
New Mood Design LLC
6 Reviews
New Mood Design
Ideabooks1,776
Questions4
Level One: The elevator column, at left, is clad with the same stone veneer - mountain ash - as the home's exterior. Interior doors are American white birch. We designed feature doors, like the elevator door and wine cave doors, with stainless steel inserts, echoing the entry door and the steel railings
What color, stone, and style is the floor and wall?
The wall's stone veneer is "Mountain Ash" from Telluride Stone Company, Denver. The floor is done in a random flagstone pattern using "Idaho Silver Quartzite."
Thank you, Tile & Stone! Glad you like it!
I like the stone wall (not the floor)
like the matching floor tile to wall stone
Entry stairs, like the stone or faux stone
I may really like this stone for the back yard
“entrance way feel” — risamarie
Jim Kuiken Design
32 Reviews
Contem-Prairie
Ideabooks17,268
Questions11
What is the stone used on the walls along the pathway?
I love the entry stone feature! How did you create it?
The natural stone pebbles were laid first creating the path to the front entry door and then the remaining concrete was covered with porcelain tile. At the stone pebbles, each piece of porcelain tile was cut around each stone. Good luck with your project!
Hello, The stone is a manufactured product by Boulder Creek Stone and is a 50-50 blend of Laner and Newbury stone in the Prairie Bluff Pattern. It's one of the most realistic manufactured products I have been able to find. The small boulders along the sidewalk are natural limestone and the pebbles
previous thread on the stone pebbles. Surrounding the stone pebbles is a porcelain tile over the concrete poured stoop. No additional concrete was used in this process. Thanks
“entryway” — Morgan Kellow Adams
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