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Smith & Vansant Architects PC
Shingle style home in Hanover NH
Mark - really like the stone archway.
mix of stone, white, woods, arched
stone entrance.. between hall and kitchen
stone work accent into living room?
I really like the stone idea. I don't care for this stone.
Stone archways are common on the outside of the house, but using one indoors reminds me of exposed brick in city apartments. Its rougher aesthetic balances well against the soft, neutral palette of this space.
Gabberts Design Studio
of the stone used in this picture and where can we purchase it? Thank You...
What is the name of the stone used in this picture and where can we purchase it? Thank you
Field stone mixed with ledge stone
Lick em stick em stone on the walls
love this stone and wood look
Stack stone look for refacing fireplace
Stone combination of colors we both like
ce on stone type, quartsite, sandstone ? Where can we find that?
Another example of stacked stone in the desired color and size.
OUTDOOR STONE CLADDING
Great combination of the wall ans floor stone, white walls and glass
gorgeous stone - curved wall entry
Concrete and stone - like it
Stone and open glass
Stone walls. Windows. Curves.
use of stone in interior
stone color with floor
stone - curved wall entry
like the stone curved
exterior stone and glass
Stone inside and windows
Stones and glass...Good stone...Stack stone...curved stone wall...stone wall texture...stone wall...449.glass and stone...stone & glass
Seattle Area Architect
Best of Houzz 2014
Best of Houzz 2014
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Is this stone, slate, or tile?
quartzite from Stone Source 16" x 24" x 5/8"
stone wall, wood color and floor
I like the color combination with the stone and wood.
quartzite from Stone Source 16 x 24 x 5/8
Love the mix of wood and stone. This would look great in the basement.
Interesting use of stone, wood and tile connecting a warm cozy hallway with light-filled room
I love this room! Wood and stone!!!!!
love the stone....of we could think of a place to make an accent wall that would be pretty.
I really like how the wood and stone play together. It might not work for our house but I like it.
Elevation Architectural Studios
1. Old World Estate
Stone entry to? Molding, wood ceiling, arches, floor
random stone door-face for a room.
Maybe use stone on wall as entrance to wine cellar
Stone and travertine interior
stone and entry light
stone and brick entry way
Stone work...Stone wall entrance...great looking stone...stone - doorway...Like the stones...Stone archway...Stone wall...Stone indoors...Cool Stone...beige stone floor...beige stone stairs...stone wall
Tate Studio Architects
type of stone are the walls?
Is it hard to keep those small black rocks clean? what about the wall stone??
The stone is called AZ Brown Schist from Bonano Masonry
The stone and the courtyard to let in light
This is a nice idea. The stone columns to frame in the glass. I like the ceiling lights. I'm definitely thinking
stone on outside of door entrance too?
Stone would look cool in basement
native stone that can be found naturally all around the property, extends seamlessly from interior walls to exterior walls, as do the pebbles at the edge of the floor.
Phil Kean Design Group
NeMo (New Modern)
type of stone is on the wall?
Rails, stone wall and wood colour
And the stone on the stairs
like that look and feel of natural stone for bathroom shower and kids bath
Stone up stairway wall
Natural stone wall. Mix of
Wood and stone transition
Put stone inside house too
Wood and Stone...Floor/wall stones...stone wall...stone used...Nice stone wall...stairs - stone wall...stone accent wall...stone floor...stone wall
Bernard Andre Photography
color and softness of the look of this stone
Stone going off rooms to out side
natural stone. Some sealants darken or even give a shiny look to otherwise honed or textured surfaces. If you’re considering a sealant for your stone, request a sample showing you different options, so you’ll know how the finished surface will look.