5,129 glass and stone mosaic Outdoor Design Photos

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House for Two Architects
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love it, except for floor - need smooth tiles or stones
Mosaic table...notice mosaic talbe...mosaic tableto[p...great looking mosaic table top...Mosaic table top...love the metal/glass doors.
“Mosiac” — nedwards90604
M S International, Inc.
1 Review
Pelican Sand Mosaic Tile Outdoor Bar
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Pelican Sand Mosaic Tile Outdoor Bar
beautiful outdoor bar and grill space features Pelican Sand Interlocking glass and stone mosaic tiles.
“stone” — sandrabelloso
MW Interiors
Fountains
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Peacock mosaic of stone and glass. Fountains, waterfalls and other water features can add beauty, ambiance, lushness and intimacy to any setting. We design
“I like the concept of some sort of water fountain with flower garden in the front.” — Chris Peirce
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Clement Desylva
Shetty Terrace
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Mosaic colored glass to carry indoor theme outside
and imprecise, this kind of mosaic can be a great DIY project.
1. Add a built-in mosaic benchThis gorgeous built-in mosaic bench reminds me of the whimsical
1. Add a built-in mosaic bench. This gorgeous built-in mosaic bench reminds me of the whimsical designs of Spanish architect Antoni Gaudí in Barcelona
Add a built-in mosaic benchThis gorgeous built-in mosaic bench reminds me of the whimsical designs of Spanish architect
method often involves using multiple materials pressed in by hand, these mosaics are usually used on wall surfaces, because of inconsistent heights or because
“tiled bench seat a la gaudi” — noosah
Gregory Lombardi Design
1 Review
Transitions: Pathways, Landings & Steps
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replaced the brick walk, then in a shaded enclosure, with a more usable mosaic terrace. As part of a full scale home renovation project the homeowners
setting, a mosaic floor seems like a great hangout.
Add artwork. Another way to add multilevel interest is to employ appropriate artwork. This stone medallion
“stone medallion mosaic” — fritzler
Gardens by Jeffrey Bale
The Goodfriend Garden
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I love this look and I am curious what the small stones are? And what materials, etc where used to hold them
Love the mosaics could do this with dollar store rocks and glass
What are these small colored stones ?...Stone steps. Love the design...Footpath mosaics...Mosaic look...Mosaic additions...STONE stairs...Stones in stones...abstract mosaic...combo stone and mosaic...garden mosaic...Cool mosaics in stone path...Rocks and mosaic combined...Rock mosaics...stone design...Mosaic path
“path with combo stone and mosaic” — fritzler
imag_ne design + construction
Landscape - Port Melbourne
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Giant mosaics can easily be transferred on a smaller scale into gardens, using a range of pebbles of different tones and colors.Here the flowing design
mosaic stone...Mosaic path....interesting mosaic...What a cool stone mosaic...Mosaic. Very cool...mosaic stone path...pebble mosaic...Use of stones...Giant mosaics can easily...Stone road...Love the stone effect
“mosaic pathway” — fritzler
Rugo/ Raff Ltd. Architects
Grand Rapids Exterior
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Hat kind of stone is used in the water feature ?
flat surfaces create natural mosaics of neutral colors
surfaces create natural mosaics of neutral colors.
Water features. The true depth of a stone’s color shines through
flat surfaces create natural mosaics of neutral colors.
of a stone’s color shines through when the stone is wet, making cobbles, pebbles and paddle stones beautiful choices in water features. Paddle stones are
perfect for lining pools and streams, as their flat surfaces create natural mosaics of neutral colors.Gardens Tap Into Rill Water Features
Stones in water feature that could...The stone color, size & shape
“Water features. The true depth of a stone’s color shines through when the stone is wet, making cob” — jverwijs
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