25,023 sand stone Mediterranean Home Design Photos

Liquidscapes
14 Reviews
Howard Roberts
Ideabooks13,994
Questions16
thicknesses, but we have found that when you use this stone in thinner and smaller pieces it can break from crystallization. The stone wicks the salts from base stones and or concrete underneath and the crystals are sometimes denser that the stone itself (and can fracture). I'm not a big fan of stamped
settled under the stone, it could crack if the bond bean wasn't wide enough. A pool shell should typically be 10"-12" thick to protect the interior steel, which is in the center of the shell wall, from moisture and rusting out. This entire shell was backfilled with 3/4" clean stone, so the pool deck
brick or concrete pavers. Make sure you are actually getting true Travertine and not something like Jerusalem Limestone for example (which is a softer stone). Also, you can't use the same thickness outside as you would use and pay for inside. Typically, the material you would use inside in 1/2" or less in
“Tile edge” — tonierdman1
Exteriors By Chad Robert
8 Reviews
Private Residence II
Ideabooks9,220
Questions2
it is a custom carved cantera stone fountain
If the grass between stones keeps annoying me with incessant
wow, the glass stone, the whole space
Low maintenance yard scale to look area; rock/stone walk way
30-foot area around your home, reducing flammable vegetation. To avoid the "scorched earth" look, work with inflammable floorings (such as tile and stone), mulch (such as gravel) and plants with low fuel/high moisture content (such as lawn and succulents). This home's courtyard provides a firebreak that
“Fireplace” — Jamie Kiihnl
Urban Landscape
19 Reviews
Urban Landscape Design & Construction
Ideabooks5,997
Questions5
what is the material for the pool lip? concrete or stone?
Would like to know what type of stone the fireplace and stone posts are? Thanks Jan
you can even customize a design if needed. Here is the precast concrete source, just in case you or others might care for it. Contact Info: Pacific Stone Design 1201 E. Wakeham Santa Ana, Ca 92705 P/ 714.836.5757 http://www.pacificstone.net Hope this helps! Drew Sivgals AMS Landscape Design Studios
leuders with stacked stone and tile
match the stone wall, fireplace and columns in outdoor living area. concern would be the glass tile being too slippery
Coping, Tile, bowls, stone work, swim up bar, shape
“Coping, Tile, bowls, stone work, swim up bar, shape” — cflanders
Root Design Company.com
Scenic
Ideabooks6,468
Questions2
What type of stone did you use? It's beautiful!
Slope design for stone terrace and plants
Layers, levels, stone
Stone stair steps...stone terrace...Stone house...Stones and plants...stone facade...stone walls...stone work
“Trees” — Virginia Hunter
Terra
10 Reviews
Casa de la Cuesta
Ideabooks149
Questions1
Are these pebbles laid in sand or are they in cement?
Stones for walkway
“Дорожка” — ansuk
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Pool Side
Ideabooks335
Questions0
Color of the stone
Flowers stone by pool
sand around pool
“Color of the stone” — lsarrett
Mediterranean Landscape
Ideabooks5,513
Questions5
Great !!! u can use lime stone with brick power/fly ash & make your dream & classical design ....
cool sand walls...front stone wall
“curved walls” — troopergirl11
Urbane Design I Reviving Interior Spaces
23 Reviews
Showcase Home
Ideabooks991
Questions3
Colonial Cream. Please note, many stones have several different common names which can add to the difficulty in finding a particular stone. Additionally, granite is a product of nature and there will be variations in appearance between individual slabs.
Sanding over crackle finish
“divided island bar” — elsiehoehn
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