244 building rock wall mortar Farmhouse Home Design Photos

Peter Zimmerman Architects
27 Reviews
Before & After - Villanova, PA
Matching the color of the mortar. The team created a formula that mimicked the original mortar color.
Love the rock wall and what it's made of.
patterning of the stones. The walls here, original and new, are called random rubble stone walls. Mimicking the style of mortar. A raked-back joint method
note the info about stone pattern and mortar method - also, like this stone look
patterning of the stones. The walls here, original and new, are called random rubble stone walls.Mimicking the style of mortar. A raked-back joint method
finish was used here.Matching the color of the mortar. The team created a formula that mimicked the original mortar color.
portion of the system of stone walls is new. Zimmerman says there are four important aspects in matching a new stone wall to an antique one:Matching the
Nice stone walls in rebuilt home
“Stone” — MountainScapes
Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd.
31 Reviews
Mine Road Farm - Exterior
tips on how to match the existing concrete/mortar on the foundation....I have several spots were the mortar is like powder, I was going to just dig out
Railing attaches to step and retaining wall
like darker roof on this home--check out Chesterfield Bland from Rolling Rock Quarry in Boyertown, PA roll rock.com and Carl Landis
railing attaches to step side wall...Stone walls, land on a slope...
“stone retaining walls” — dkrallco
Frederick + Frederick Architects
7 Reviews
lowcountry river house
Did you do a smear on the brick with the mortar?
How did you get the great walls planks? How did you achieve that effect? Gorgeous'
What color mortar? are those brick old Carolina or savana
tell me about the planking or decking on the walls at door level, thanks
thanks, do you know what the mortar used was. white sand?
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Wood walls with bring and dark wood - too busy
What kind / color mortar did you use?...What type of wood is on the walls?
“Brick” — Jill Bavirsha
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Designer
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Period Architecture Ltd.
33 Reviews
Cold Springs Farm
The stone for this house is fieldstone and limestone with a lime mortar. There is an article from New Old House magazine about it on our website
landscape wall and column only for stone style
Interesting, connected building 'blocks'
attaches to wall where bedroom would be...stone wall...on top of stone wall...compound style of buildings
“the way porch attaches to wall where bedroom would be” — newhouse4cd
Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
7 Reviews
original stone after the old grouting was picked out and the maçon used a lime mortar mix which is synonymous with that region. We haven't got around to getting
I would like to know the type of mortar mix used to point the stone in this photo. And how well does it stay up
Interesting how the mortar was pointed and not cleaned out
old stone in France... re-done mason used a lime mortar mix. Typically dark brown shutters are used but may go with a more contemporary
way the stone is built into the wall
“Great look” — Romeo Moore
Proctor Watts Cole Rutter
4 Reviews
Barn Conversion, Manor Farm House, Glanvilles Wootton
brick included in door surround rock and mortar
Love the color of the door with brink and rock
Multicolored brick walls...Rock wall...Rock and mortar...Rocks and jamb...wall design...brick and rock...Listed Building
“Door for the kitchen” — caramcg
Geschke Group Architecture
11 Reviews
Hill Country Farmhouse
The stone with white sloppy mortar
Stonework walls and ground...Rock & wood...The rock floor....I like the brick/rock
“Porch” — mchl949
neely architecture
1 Review
Elverson Farmhouse
Interesting stone look. Build horizontal wood part now then stone house later.
"toothing" in new stones (replacing stone in a zigzag pattern) and replacing the mortar, a good stonemason can make the addition look like it was always there.
Remodeling MasonryIf you're remodeling a stone building, find a mason experienced in working with stone, and try to find salvaged stone to use where you
that'll fit.Find help: Stonemasons near youMore: Anatomy of a Brick Veneer Wall
“Stone” — vicandtim
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