47,648 stone brick Exterior Design Photos

C.H. Newton Builders, Inc
West Falmouth Residence
this porch and the stone below!
Stones and shingles...Love the stone, raised porch...round room, stone wood
“love the round outside look - perhaps the dinning area” — cphilippo
Birdseye Design
4 Reviews
Points North
love the large stones to frame the stairs
Natural stone, stone steps, landscaping...Wood and stone mix....stone stairs in garden?
“steps” — jeepgirl
Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd.
30 Reviews
Hobbit House
center of the property and dates back to the 18th century. By utilizing stone from a derelict portion of the wall, the front elevation and small garden
appears to grow out of the site. Ted Le Mastra of Allentown, PA was the stone mason who worked on the building. He could perhaps suggest something similar
I like the color of the stone and the roof. The window is very different and unique.
“Einfach nur romantisch. Wohnen in und mit der Natur.” — Kaiser-Auftragskunst
bhh Partners Planners / Architects
5 Reviews
Ptarmigan Ranch Lot 4
Very nice! Maui ask where the stone on the exterior walls came from?
The Stone came from Quality Stone Veneers in Denver. They worked hard on the blend of colors to match the siding stain.
Deck with wood, stone on bottom and iron slats
Great stone.........natural stone...deck post on stone
“This might be the closest one” — Salamander Construction Inc.
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
Addition and Remodel of Historic House in Palo Alto
Hi Jennifer - the stone tile is a flamed basalt -- came from ASN stone in San Francisco. name is lexington grey antigua
restraint. Rain water leaders drop water onto tiles ( we had extra) of the same stone used in the foreground -- tile was laid over the river rock and edge to send
grey antiqua stone tile. love it. clean lines.
Deck step down to stone patio Like Deck material is 1x vs 2x.
Lexington Grey Antigua - Stone Tile...stone pavers -- see other photos
“cavity sliders” — Burns Jansen Design
Murphy & Co. Design
5 Reviews
Highcroft Residence
For more traditional design, I like the use of stone
think stone & less roof...Sunroom+yard+stone area...Pretty stone
“roof” — Jay Aung Htet
1 Review
mountain modern prefab
What is the material for the groundwork? Stone? If so, what type?
Wood, steel, stone and slate exterior with multi level ceilings/windows.
Love the stone work and the fire pit on the deck
metallic stone...Large stone instead of logs
“Zinc” — bobrfidget
Rustic Exterior
Wood and stone...stone and tree trunks...Sarah likes this stone....house rhythm wood and stone Green house...log and stone...Stone cabin
“that porch/balcony” — Gannon LeBlanc
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