2,904 limestone pillars Modern Home Design Photos

Follyn Builders & Developers
6 Reviews
Brick and limestone facade in Chicago's North Center neighborhood. Corner lot that is the standard for the neighborhood.
Integration of brick and limestone
“perfect blend of new and old” — Carissa Schroeder
Amy Noel Design
11 Reviews
Could you please provide more details on the limestone floors? What color and size are they ?
Is the limestone floor board "inlaid" in the drywall?
white walls limestone floors and baseboard
limestone floors and floorboard in warm white
like the limestone floors...Limestone floors...Limestone floor...limestone tile
“Limestone Floors” — elenahall
Martin Kobus Home
5 Reviews
I'm in the early stages of building an outdoor room and pool. This limestone is fantastic looking.
Hi I was wondering if you could advise what colour limestone this is? We are currently trying to
How practical is to have white limestone floor and deck from your experience ?
Our tile installer cut the 18x18 limestone to create the coping and line
presently doing a home with Freska limestone it is white
What is the name of the color, size and where did you get the limestone? Is looks more white than
Turkish limestone in South Africa , brilliant architect
I've read a few stories about limestone staining (wine, ketchup, dog vomit!) - how hardy is it when it's sealed and how often would I need to seal? How
supplier did you use for the limestone?...The coping is the same limestone as the
“Like pool color” — cbyoung22
Loudon County Pool and Spa Designer
New Construction of in ground gunite pools, renovation of existing pools, full retail store, and service on all types of swimming pools.
Kore Residential
3 Reviews
Hi, do you know the source of the limestone tile? Perhaps manufacturer? A search of Limestone white oak natural tile does not give much. Thank
Hi, This is a limestone tile. Available in various sizes (this is 6x24) and colour variations (this
limestone fireplace...fireplace limestone tile...Limestone around fireplace...White oak limestone tile...fireplace. Limestone tile...Fireplace limestone
“Stone color on fireplace” — pdunneback82
Harold Leidner Landscape Architects
32 Reviews
Private Residence - Modern Rooftop Garden
Just wondering if the greenery on the pillars is real. If so, what kind of plant is it?
love the grass pillars. seen the lights on Alibaba 4 cheapish.
living pillars...plants on pillars...Pillars clad in ivy...pillars and deck...The pillars...down lights on pillars...Pillar vertical garden...pillars with vines...Carport pillars
“The garden columns” — bdfrazier
3 Fold Design Studio
6 Reviews
Wimbereley Retreat
Kronos light Limestone slit face cladding - it was sourced through the builder Mickey Manness
4. Limestone. Indigenous Texas limestone is the top stone quarried in the state, and it's widely used for both interior and exterior purposes. Designers
Consider using limestone for a stacked-stone fireplace or a wall, backsplash or floor. Try accenting a small nook or patio with limestone border tiles.
White limestone FP on side wall
“Chairs” — Serenity linens
Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Fairfield House
The limestone is beautiful. Leuders Limestone on line comes in veneer & 4" block. What did you use here
What is the exact type of limestone? Crema Europa? Or similar? I like the lack of color
I like it because it is light but still coordinates nicely with the limestone?
color variation. Gorgeous. Also, ok to use limestone in a wet area?
the limestone tile is a creamy Leuder's limestone. Easily sourced locally in Austin, Texas
the stone is leuders limestone and indeed it is not polished. A simple water sealer is used. The surface
The stone tile in this bath is a Lueder's limestone (a Texas quarried) tile. Typically available either as a creamy color (as
Embrace minimalism. "We were looking to have the colors of the limestone tile bounce light around the room and to use few if any noticeable details, in
“.” — Lara Scholten
Marcye Philbrook
13 Reviews
New Castle Modern
white and wondered about Lagos Blue limestone?
Cool idea about decreasing size of tiles going up. I found a limestone called lagos blue and looking at
really struggling with my lower level fireplace and am leaning towards a limestone or concrete. Words on wisdom on either. Thanks so much.
With either concrete or limestone be very careful of the type of mastic used to adhere them to the walls...both concrete and limestone are porous. Use a p
That is a limestone called Gasgogne Blue. It comes in several hues, and this was a more grayish
otherwise the adhesive will soak through and affect the color of the limestone on the front.
on what your opening is. You have the tiles cut out of slab material if limestone, and if it is concrete, have your concrete person make them. Remember to
“Floating floor” — Michelle Archibald
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