59,764 sand stone Exterior Design Photos

COOK ARCHITECTURAL Design Studio
2 Reviews
Kenilworth Private Residence 2
Ideabooks3,769
Questions6
What is the name of the stone and color on this home? Also, where do I buy? What is the the trim paint color
color and make of exterior stone ? Also, which vendor sells it. Thanks in advance.
1888). We represent numerous stone quarries from around the U.S. If you are still interested in this stone we can help! Please feel free to call at 815-726-4366. Thanks in advance!
Thank you for your interest in our project. The stone on the garage matches the home
Thank you for your interest in our project. The stone is original to the house but we believe it is an Ashlar Stone
home and it is an Ashlar Stone. The stain on the door is custom blended to match the ebony clad window color.
stone work / bump out for garage and front door
“limestone front” — ms1040999
Francis Garcia Architect
Dolinar Residence
Ideabooks4,485
Questions5
stucco color and the trim color? And is that real stone or cultured stone? Thank you!
Could you please share the color/manufacturer of stone? Its beautiful
The stucco is La Habra's "Mirage" with a sand finish.
This is Eldorado Stone's York Limestone.
Nice for a stone a stucco mix
*Ext.: Nice color combination of stone, gray, and tan.
STONE ON EXT ROUND WALL - TOWER
Stone and stucco. Some interesting lines
This entryway looks like a castle's tower with the stone stairwell to the front.
“Kind of like this stone...” — amistiebrooke
450 Architects, Inc.
Sonoma Residence
Ideabooks12,568
Questions11
what stone is on the ground?
Could you tell me the name of the stone you used in this home? I am looking for a light color flagstone (somewhat close to limestone) but want to also have some brown veins or crème to it so it doesn't look too stark. We are building our patio and there are two very
Flagg stone laid on the natural sand base?
Nice stones for a paved patio
I like the natural look of the stone patio.
layer of coarse sand. Set each piece of flagstone into place like puzzle pieces, leaving roughly the same amount of space between stones. Gaps can be filled with sand, gravel or ground cover plants.
Banish weeds. If you have a loose flagstone patio, do weed control between the stones. Pull weeds up
“cottage idea” — bimbojet
david phillips
4 Reviews
newton residence 1 - dplk.04
Ideabooks18,218
Questions13
What stone is used on this home?
the stone for the project is common new england fieldstone. it has been installed with the mortar "raked" out to show the stone's prominence. the stone appears to have been installed as a "dry-set" wall, using no mortar, but the stone mason's ability to select and place the stone, secured to
mortar, but the stone mason's ability to select and place the stone, secured to the structural exterior wall, with minimal exposed mortar. the stone is approximately 6"-7" thick. I would recommend that you show your builder, and mason the photo and visit the stone yard to obtain the stone products in your
exposed mortar. the stone is approximately 6"-7" thick. I would recommend that you show your builder, and mason the photo and visit the stone yard to obtain the stone products in your area. if you review the photo, the window sills have been installed utilizing 2" rock faced blue stone. I would also
“Front window” — littlepepper10
Adam Wilson Custom Homes
7 Reviews
Esquire
Ideabooks1,193
Questions4
Do you know if this stone is a lot more costly than brick?
It depends on where you are, but typically stone costs more than brick.
The Stucco Color is Bermuda Sand 7002-16, unfortunately I don't have a record of the trim color. It was a field change and we didn't keep it in our records. Good Luck and always to
What kind of stone is this?
Stucco Color is Bermuda Sand 7002-16
MIX OF WHITE AND COLOR STONES
possible colors except for roof and stone
bermuda sand is color of stucco
dark roof, white stucco, plus stone
Stone wall with grey stone instead of this color
The white is not good with the color stone.
“paint” — njacobson07
Neumann Mendro Andrulaitis Architects LLP
12 Reviews
Tabasgo Remodel
Ideabooks1,524
Questions4
beautiful boardwalk…consider bringing sand in for the sides of the house
like the sand for fire pit area
curve of the walkway sand and chairs
sand and chairs and tufts
Sand Yard...lots of sand...sand yard
“great view” — krislombardo
david phillips
4 Reviews
needham studio - dphj.06
Ideabooks3,842
Questions6
What kid of stone is that?
Can this stone style be achieved on an existing shingled home?
Is there a type of faux i.e. lightweight stone in this type of look that can be applied to an existing home? (currently has shingled exterior) - Thanks for any advice
I'm using this stone on my new house
Beautiful home! What kind of stone is this? Thank you.
in this stone. The house will be smooth stucco with a stone detailing around the entry and stone all around foundation. In your opinion, would this be a suitable stone to achieve a cohesive look? I am originally from New England, I like the look and the idea of incorporating this stone into our Atlanta
use natural thin veneer - Natural stone, no footings needed:)!...
“read the comments... hw suggests that the mason show a piece 48x48 before we commit” — popovichmn
Tallman Segerson Builders
J Tallman Portfolio
Ideabooks4,866
Questions5
stacked stone walls, autumn color, pine trees, cottage style, gable roof, metal shed roof, casement windows,stone lintels, porch overhang, white post, stone steps, stone wall, leaves, small house, white window trim, white soffit lining, clockwork studio,
I see lots of compliments on the stone siding...but what is it?
Hi Carol. The siding is native Connecticut field stone. It was supplied by Gault Masonry supply in Westport, CT.
My house is also made from these type of river stones. I am always looking for colour ideas, especially on the inside.
The roof was done in a specialty bronze. It really accents the stone work.
Thanks Deanna. This Stone Cottage is actually being used as a Clockwork Studio. Our client is a hobby grandfather clock maker. It truly is a beautiful studio
“Use them to enrich the soil” — mbottone
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