7,066 marble counters Outdoor Design Photos

Gelotte Hommas Architecture
13 Reviews
Coastal Cove House
Ideabooks1,073
Questions3
Very beautiful. What is the name of the heater and counter top? Thanks
arches around grill counter
Counter and cabinets cool
marble counter...bar counter...half round counter...Columns on counter
“Great bbq” — bbcomerford
Frankel Building Group
6 Reviews
10406 Charter Lake
Ideabooks24,586
Questions8
curves, work counter + bar counter
Counter space and hidden work area and bar
Ending the counter with a round table.
pizza oven, curvature of counter, color
curved counter...marble counter
“Counter space and hidden work area and bar” — worfe
Bruce Palmer Interior Design
4 Reviews
Waterfront Retreat
Ideabooks23,184
Questions13
counter/ledge on south side of deck vs bench
backyard - the BBQ, the counter height with granite and the covered patio?
the bar stool counters
marble counter..."Bar"dining counter...stools and counter...counter with a view...counter on railing...counter stools
“light wood deck” — lindsay18
Hudson Place Realty
PAVONIA AVENUE
Ideabooks55
Questions0
Kuppersbusch induction cooktop, built-in double wall oven and Bosch dishwasher, Dacor espresso maker, Viking wine refrigerator, Italian Zebra marble counters and walk-in pantry. A breakfast nook leads out to the large deck and yard for seamless indoor/outdoor entertaining. Other building features include;
“Tôle” — jhamonb
Ancient Surfaces
6 Reviews
Countertops out of Thick Mediterranean Antique Limestone Slabs
Ideabooks4
Questions0
support base of many older reclaimed structures. We are passionate about milling them down to 2.5" in thickness so they could be used on counters and pool copings. Yes counters! Those thick & massive chucks of Limestone absorb nothing and can stand up to anything you can throw at them. Virtually indestructible
ible, they are ideal for anyone who is a great cook and who doesn’t want to worry about leaving wine rings, lime juice or oil stains on their counters while cooking or entertaining guests. If you practically live in your kitchen which is true for many of us, you have no choice but to consider incorporating
Ancient Surfaces
6 Reviews
Countertops out of Thick Mediterranean Antique Limestone Slabs
Ideabooks4
Questions0
support base of many older reclaimed structures. We are passionate about milling them down to 2.5" in thickness so they could be used on counters and pool copings. Yes counters! Those thick & massive chucks of Limestone absorb nothing and can stand up to anything you can throw at them. Virtually indestructible
ible, they are ideal for anyone who is a great cook and who doesn’t want to worry about leaving wine rings, lime juice or oil stains on their counters while cooking or entertaining guests. If you practically live in your kitchen which is true for many of us, you have no choice but to consider incorporating
Ancient Surfaces
6 Reviews
Countertops out of Thick Mediterranean Antique Limestone Slabs
Ideabooks13
Questions0
support base of many older reclaimed structures. We are passionate about milling them down to 2.5" in thickness so they could be used on counters and pool copings. Yes counters! Those thick & massive chucks of Limestone absorb nothing and can stand up to anything you can throw at them. Virtually indestructible
ible, they are ideal for anyone who is a great cook and who doesn’t want to worry about leaving wine rings, lime juice or oil stains on their counters while cooking or entertaining guests. If you practically live in your kitchen which is true for many of us, you have no choice but to consider incorporating
“Brilliant” — John Diogenous
Ancient Surfaces
6 Reviews
Countertops out of Thick Mediterranean Antique Limestone Slabs
Ideabooks13
Questions0
support base of many older reclaimed structures. We are passionate about milling them down to 2.5" in thickness so they could be used on counters and pool copings. Yes counters! Those thick & massive chucks of Limestone absorb nothing and can stand up to anything you can throw at them. Virtually indestructible
ible, they are ideal for anyone who is a great cook and who doesn’t want to worry about leaving wine rings, lime juice or oil stains on their counters while cooking or entertaining guests. If you practically live in your kitchen which is true for many of us, you have no choice but to consider incorporating
“Love the stone slab color, roughness and pattern. Would be nice indoors in some forms.” — windsrblu
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