14,141 white stone fireplace Exterior Design Photos

P2 Design
Santa Monica Canyon Retreat
Dark siding, white stone fireplace on 60s retro
roofline, windows, white and dark
“roofline, windows, white and dark” — Randi Tatsch
Fergon Architects, LLC
1 Review
Fergon Architects, LLC
What type of stone is used?
I love the total look of this home. What type of stone is used on the chimney and also the patio. Thanks!
What is the type and color of stone used on the chimney?Thank you: )
Also would like to know what the stone product is! Thanks
this a shared chimney with an indoor fireplace on the backside?
And that can't be a pass-through fireplace: critters would use it to waltz on through into the house (unless a screen is in place, but who would want to spend their money heating or cooling the outdoors.) Looks lovely!
What I mean is, is there a fire place indoors as well that shares the same chimney as the outdoor fireplace in this picture?
What kind of stone used for chimney?
Yes, there is a fireplace in the family room that backs up to the outdoor one and a flue in the same chimney for the basement fireplace.
“Payio” — coltschic1973
Fergon Architects, LLC
1 Review
Fergon Architects, LLC
Is it difficult to add second fireplace to pre-existing, internal wood burning fireplace?
I love the colors used on this home! Can you please tell me the type and color of the stone used? Thanks so much in advance!
Hi can you tell me the color of the cedar shingles? Also, the type and color of the roof and the stone? It's beautiful! Thank you!
What is the stone name/type? Thank you!
Exterior color, white, and stone. Outdoor fireplace
Love the gray stone fireplace and the extra little exterior fireplace
Could we make sitting area with gas fireplace?
like the white posts and white rails around porch area
the fireplace built into the exterior of the chimney, brilliant and surprising but makes so much sense
“Could we make sitting area with gas fireplace?” — Molly Bare
Oak Hill Architects
1 Review
Sears Road
Is that chimney for an inside and outside fireplace?
can you tell me the stone used for the chimney and was it used on the interior as
I have built a similar fire place with the inside/outside see thru fireplace sharing a chimney. the opening i
what is the stone type color and manufacturer?
What color is the exterior of the house? I checked Stone and it was very dark??
Benamin moore Candice Olson collection Stone is very dark....this looks like a light gray...
Can you please tell me what type of stone on fireplace, what color is exterior of house?
Is this a gas or wood fireplace. Would love to do this but we converted to gas.
Gray house, black roof and white trim
change white to taupe or darker and darker grey
“Siding, coloring, molding around windows, doors and in eaves.” — jjstults
Beinfield Architecture PC
2 Reviews
House in Darien
Who is the manufacture and what is the color of the stone?
Do you happen to know the paint brand and color that was used on the home? Is it a bright white or slight cream? Was the stucco on the chimney antiqued in any way? Thank you for sharing such a beautiful home.....
the stonework on base of house complements the white cladding
double sided fireplace. Gives focal point to back b/c will be looking toward back of house.
Material option for exterior western fireplace- but is borderline industrial looking
Love the fireplace - size and style
Pretty stone if we prefer a grayer tone
“landscaping” — ntheski
david phillips
4 Reviews
needham studio - dphj.01
Please tell me where you purchased this stone? Love it!
Have you used this stone on a fireplace?
Thanks. The stone is common new england field stone, and has been utilized as the facade on interior and exterior fireplaces. In this photo you can see the chimney is the same stone. If you are considering the stone for an interior fireplace facade, it may be best to have a fairly
the stone is commonly known as new england fieldstone. Most quarries and masons know of the stone, along with the availability to obtain the stone.
Try Ultra Pure White 1850 by Behr or Super White by Benjamin Moore.
Thank you ....could you please give me the name of company the stone was purchased
fairly large wall surface to be able to show off the stone. Not all stones are as large as in this photo, but the interior of the fireplace will show off best with a larger area incorporating the stone around the firebox.
“Pitch break over entry” — moodyDECOR
Neumann Lewis Buchanan Architects
Clay Hill
Wimborne White 239, Farrow & Ball
love the stone. Where is it from?
We are adding an addition to our stone home. Are considering standing
involved the accurate preservation of the original 1816 house and careful records were made. The cedar siding and trim on the addition are Wimborne White, ... and the shutters Essex green. The roofing material has been custom painted to match the existing house, using Follansbee Rapidri (over Terne II
potentially cool stone with a dark brick
love the stone on this house.
Stone wall and scale of the house...not enormous!
this stone. just in spots.
Siding / stone combo w metal roof
Cottage house with brick work and stone fireplace
color of white on cedar siding!
load-bearing by nature. When stone is applied with the large flat face out, it can appear like wallpaper. We also like to use at least 5" thick veneer stone whenever possible.
“stone” — allynparsons
david phillips
4 Reviews
needham studio - dphj.06
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.
They are a white clad exterior with a wood finish interior. The wood interior finish was painted to match the interior trim.
Thank you for such a detailed reply. I am embarking on a new build next month, and I am interested in this stone. The house will be smooth stucco with a stone detailing
use natural thin veneer - Natural stone, no footings needed:)!...
“Nice stone” — Wendy Young
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