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Linda McDougald Design | Postcard from Paris Home
17 Reviews
The Cliffs at Mountain Park: Private Residence
Ideabooks1,799
Questions8
iS IT STONE OR WOOD ABOVE THE DOOR PLEASE AND THE STAIN
What is the stone blend & color name? Is it a veneer of real stone and where can I get it? Beautiful color palette...
feel free to check out our natural stone veneer products. While we did not supply the stone for this particular project, we have provided stone to Linda in the past. We have many options that would give a similar aesthetic.
Please forgive the delay. The stone is a North Carolina Granite Fieldstone
The header above the door is stone. The doors are a custom, water-based stain.
Beautiful door with stone and the floor is great for mud room look
Stain on door. Looks goo with stone.
Tall door, grayish wood and stone.
wow, just wow, gorgeous combo of stone, wood, dark
“skinny, panels, wood” — kcwg
Simpson Design Group Architects
5 Reviews
Sheridan
Ideabooks1,147
Questions3
What type of stone is this? Veneer? Natural or cultured?
The stone used throughout the house is the same mix with the predominant stone being "yellow osage." Perhaps the lighting near the garage is a bit different or there is a reflection from the tree. The colors of the stone are butter yellows, Tuscan golds, cream and
May I ask, what color wood is the door? or what would you suggest would work for a garage door for a house that has this particular stone?
Like the rustic look of the stone
Consider stone just around the front door.
nice door but with arch and stone around it is nice and
I like this...stone and the wood front door
“Door” — clboyd
Isler Homes
1 Review
Greenbrier Foyer
Ideabooks3,523
Questions16
were cut on site out of the same 18"x18" stone.
The grout is non-sanded. The flooring material is installed flat. My installers use an 8 ft level to ensure this.
Is the floor tile grouted with non sanded. And did it lay flat or did you lay it then sand it down afterwards?
The colunms are in this home are round not oval. They were supplied by Renaissance Cast Stone in Dallas.
The floor is Portuguese Limestone. The large tiles are 18"x18". The borders were cut on site out of the same 18"x18" stone.
Limestone 18x18 with borders cut from same stone
“Limestone floor” — nancyoconnor
Craftsman Construction
19 Reviews
Mudroom
Ideabooks8,552
Questions10
lovely entry. Do you know what surface the black benches are made of? IS that also stone? Thank you!
Floors should always be sanded for the most part
Sorry to keep bugging you :-), but do you know if it was sanded or unsanded grout?
We refer to that stone as Decor Preto, it's a black slate. It's available from our fine tile and stone design showrooms in all sizes, shapes and textures. The featured floor is Natural Cleft, but the stone is also available in Honed, Brushed and Antiqued finishes
dark color of wooden floors, contrast of stone and wood
We refer to that stone as Decor Preto, it's a black slate. It's available from our fine tile and stone design showrooms in all sizes, shapes and textures. The featured floor is Natural Cleft, but the stone is also available in Honed, Brushed and
“floor” — ergnut
Block 16 Architects
Block 16 Architects - Ballingall Residence
Ideabooks1,378
Questions3
What type/color is stacked stone was used here? Thanks!
combo stone and wood columns, two different roof angles for porch
brackets, stone under the columns, spacing of the spindles on the porch.
Stone columns and railing on front porch.
Front porch. .. wood on top of column, stone on bottom, and
This authentic two-story Craftsman home features stone pedestals, horizontal siding, tapered porch columns, exposed rafters, wide eaves and decorative brackets. Phewf!Tell us: Do you live in a Craftsman home? Please share what you love about it below.More:Bungalows: Domestic Design at the Dawn of the
“We could set out porch up like this.” — nickclark15
CAVINESS LANDSCAPE DESIGN, INC.
15 Reviews
"Cool Pools" in Oklahoma with Swim Through Grotto and Waterfall
Ideabooks724
Questions0
Dry laid stone retaining walls and stone steps leading to grotto.
love mixing boulders with stone for walkways or walls
Love the mix of rough and dressed stone.
Kinds of stone used. Consider using native stone in your area for dry-laid retaining walls.
Kinds of stone used. Consider using native stone in your area for dry-laid retaining walls. Fieldstone and boulders create a more natural look, while layered
love the stone wal...l the winding lit path...
Kinds of stone used. Consider using native stone in your area for dry-laid retaining walls. Fieldstone and boulders create a more natural look, while layered flagstone can provide a groomed and clean look. You can also integrate boulders within the wall, as shown here, to combine both.Stone with a sandy
“Wow...the rock..the light...I wish!” — Clara Kolle
Linda McDougald Design | Postcard from Paris Home
17 Reviews
Lake Keowee: Smith Private Residence
Ideabooks1,125
Questions4
With its cedar shake roof and siding, complemented by Swannanoa stone, this lakeside home conveys the Nantucket style beautifully. The overall home design promises views to be enjoyed inside as well as out with a lovely screened porch with a Chippendale railing. Throughout the home are unique and striking
The name of the stone is Swannanoa ashlar.
Love the color of shaks go light with stone
Shake shingles with stone and shake siding - gray with white and copper gutters
front entry - stone - white trim both windows and above door
Three River Stone, Cedar Shake, Trim Colour (see below), two step entrance (with cover)
blue stone sidewalk to the front door or brick?
“I love thus house” — frenchpuppy
Knight Architects LLC
15 Reviews
Classic Transformation
Ideabooks8,013
Questions13
In New Jersey and New England it is a natural stone called "bluestone" it may be called different things in other parts of the country. Catherine M Knight, AIA
Love this entry. Clean and the design of the stone work.
Stone Diamond layout by door and trim pieces, then horizontal layout on walkway
9. Tidy the porch. After a season's worth of sandy feet tramping back and forth, your porch deserves a good cleaning. Sweep away sand, clean the front windows and door, check porch lights and add a few extras like hurricane lanterns or autumnal potted plants.
“black door white sidelites” — lanzmo
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