37,206 stone aggregate wall Outdoor Design Photos

Lawrence Architecture, Inc.
2008 Parade of Homes house
Does anyone know what the aggregate us called? There are several aggregates out there, just curious which one this one is. GORGEOUS
Sorry not people stone... lol....epoxy pebble stone....
Epoxy people stone. I just got an estimate for it from csresurfacing.com. Really nice permanent solution to ugly concrete.
extends between house and wall, fireplace on wall.
love this arch style, more stone though on our pillars
stucco and stone- daltex golden quartz
nice color aggregate with stone border
Epoxy pebble stone surface , may be able
Stone and stucco, beige grey paint
Stucco color and exposed aggregate patio
pool surround - epoxy and stone. csresurfacing.com
“colors for home back porch” — bella1227
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Private Residence
the coping concrete or stone? And what type of concrete is used for the decking? Thank you!
What do you think of the "exposed aggregate" in fin. basement???
What color or mix is the exposed aggregate?
Hi, can you please tell me what type of stone is used for the coping and also for the wall. Love this! Thank you for your help!
Thanks for your question Rbcola. We would not put exposed aggregate in a finished basement. The reason being it's meant to be around pools
making the retaining wall part of the pool area and
This is the one! Kool deck, solid beige tile coping, stacked stone wall can also use for firepit.
exposed aggregate and comments. Used to reduce slippage. Hard to clean.
dark pool, pebble patio with current wall
“Low wall” — ben_zimmern
Gib-San Pools Ltd.
3 Reviews
Gib - San Pools Ltd.
Is it possible to tell the exact stone, color and finish of coping?
I was not happy with the result. I love this color as it is similar to the color of my current coping. Can you tell me the exact type of natural stone, color, finish and source? Thank you so much in advance.
The coping is a natural stone in a slate colour. The decking is an exposed concrete aggregate. Thanks
concrete aggregate. How about a border with aggregate in the middle?
exposed aggregate stone deck & edging
Exposed concrete aggregate Natural stone coping in
Love the stone on the house! Cost? For front of pool house?
“natural aggregate concrete with slate color coping around pool.” — Gayle Weinberg_Kalmin
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Pool Environments, Inc.
16 Reviews
Renovation II Modern
stone line between slabs replaces grass
wet edge - aggregate product for concrete
AFTER: The plaster was replaced with a fine aggregate mixture that has more
AFTER: The plaster was replaced with a fine aggregate mixture that has more tooth than typical plaster, but is not
The plaster was replaced with a fine aggregate mixture that has more tooth than typical plaster, but is not
water into the pool. “The exposed aggregate of the original decking was hard on your feet,” says Chris Polito of Pool Environments. “And there are other products with larger aggregate that replace the plaster and are also hard on your feet, so we used a much smaller aggregate product called Wet Edge to replace
AFTER: The plaster was replaced with a fine aggregate mixture that has more tooth than typical plaster, but is not so rough as to be irritating on bare feet. The new concrete decking doubles as the coping and was broken into geometric sections divided by black pebbles. The new raised planter bed forms
“Pool and deck makeover” — lleetz
Kaufman Homes, Inc.
19 Reviews
Do you know what color dye was used in the exposed aggregate?
Portland house with aggregate and tile
This shows patterned hardscape of stone divisions with washed aggregate infill areas.
Recreate this as your wall look and open storage look.
could be like our front courtyard. like the potted plants, like the private feeling. like the tile inlays next to aggregate
“potted plant ideas for front/back porch” — jbpickering
mark pinkerton - vi360 photography
8 Reviews
Pools, Landscapes and Patios
what is the stone veneer on the wall at end of pool?
could I get the name of the multicolored stone around pool and the coping stone around pool?
Mixture of stone and pea gravel
Like the mix of slate stone and pebble
love the stone color of pool~ everything!
Like pea gravel and colour of stones
tiles with aggregate
Pool coping/ aggregate
Back wall possibility
pretty cool stone colors
blue stone with pebble mix
Travertine & Aggregate Cement
different stone look
Don't like stone pebbledash. Everything
Aggregate and stone...AGGREGATE INLAY...Pool wall...pricacy wall...pool stone tile...Pool with end wall...slate and aggregate...Back wall
“Piscin” — losbarcenas
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Can you tell me what you used for exposed aggregate and concrete?
have a boulder retaining wall that you can't really see. To achieve this effect there was a significant amount of landscape work. http://www.houzz.com/photos/446642/Private-Residence-traditional-pool-boston
Thanks for your question Heidihjorth. It's a typical exposed aggregate - no specific brand.
What is the coping made of and the color please. We are combining an aggregate decking with partial new coping.
with white deck and stone edge (could make it brick)
Exposed aggregate decking and stone coping, walls
insteresting use of stone on edge
stone wall, exposed concrete and travertine coping
Idea for ways to save on stone
Patio has exposed aggregate for texture and non-slip
“The pool” — equeirolo
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Bonifield Residence
should we consider stone steps in the front
mixture of exposed aggregate and gray concrete
plants and aggregate mixed with solid concrete
especially useful in garden design, where bold-colored plantings can take the front of stage against the gray garden framework of paving, fencing or walls. Here spurge (Euphorbia characias subsp. wulfenii) and New Zealand wind grass (Anemanthele lessoniana) pops against the muted paving, while the gray
“poured concrete steps” — mwge
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