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Debra Campbell Design
Debra Campbell Design
Please tell me what kind of stone is used on this patio. Thanks
Arizona stone. This fireplace was built as a replica of the great room fireplace. Also Arizona stone.
It appears to be a stone called, 'Argillite'
brick & flagstone...luv the stone...ugly stucco and brick...Like stucco at over stone...Stone floor...Brick Grill...nice stone...stone fireplace, stone patio...stone flooring...Like the stone floor
“stone fireplace, stone patio” — klane15
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Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
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Portland Landscaping Outdoor Living
Raised garden beds, stone garden beds, fence, vegetable garden, flower garden
Stone walls are timeless way to define the space, whether you go for a grid or an organic shape like this.
flowering plant or two can provide a welcome dose of bright color. Using stones to outline an undulating garden bed creates a softer, more organic look
rock or bricks with crushed stone
“idea for raised beds built of rocks instead of wood” — lisadeskin
1 Review
Can you tell me the stone brand, color, design?
Stone and insert with painted brick
fireplace for punctuation. brick fireplace interior.
Too big but like stone...Fireplace stone...Stacked stone fireplace...the color stone...love stone color
“Like the stone, the arched opening, the border of the fireplace opening, the stone mantle. I like t” — powell90
Samuel H. Williamson Associates
1 Review
a nice stamped stone that would blend with her brick
Really cool brick/stone design....brick and stone border...Pool and brick...quartz and brick...Brick and pavers...Brick and bluestone...Brick and square stone combo...brick and stone patio...brick and bluestone mix
“Really cool brick/stone design.” — sandyshoes1
Greg Mix - Registered Architect
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Sweet Bottom Plantation - No. 13 The Battery
Bottom Plantation subdivision north of Atlanta in Duluth, Georgia. This red brick home is a reproduction of number 13 on The Battery, right on Charleston Bay
What stones and colors are the checkerboard floor?
love this colorful idea for the transition stone from the brick walkway onto the
Like the stucco fencing and brick walk way. Love the patterned stone doormat
the bright-colored deciduous tree gives a focal point at the end of the brick pathway. In an alleyway a focal point can be essential — you need something
“boxwood edge lined brick path in backyard” — Miranda Bouck
TG&R Landscape Group
14 Reviews
Cureton Residence
Anything you can share on the stone for the fireplace?
wall/building stone thickness. A few small boulder size pieces were incorporated at the top. You can find this stone or similar at your local stone supplier
do know this is a mix of travertine and marble pavers from Charles Luck Stone Center. You can easily contact them for more product information.
Picture this fireplace with the brick one below as our south wall.
“Rock” — Eric Stehouwer
J. Brownlee Design
20 Reviews
Eads Natural Pool & Backyard Resort
(homeowner here insisted that was what they wanted). It "inverts" the stone banding (stone is lighter than the patio). Result is attractive now, but can be
The stacked stone walls are a natural Arkansas Fieldstone. Pool coping and patio banding are Oklahoma Brown Flagstone.
every year. I prefer a lighter concrete or travertine material with darker stone banding and pool coping. Also not a huge fan of stamped concrete over a
The stone used on this project is an Arkansas Fieldstone, laid in a dry-stack style
Reddish tone in stone. Matches red bricks in backyard now.
Transition of stone to fire place
“Mom and dad” — cheriedunn
Miller Creek Lawn & Landscape
Hanson Project
are the stones on the mulch, or use sand/dirt to make
your question! It is natural stone, Lilac color and cut in flagging pieces. You should be able to find it from a local stone supplier. Hope this helps
It is natural stone , looks like our yellow random slate . You could find it here: ...
else with the stone. The stone is the same as the stone on our current patio.
What type of stone is that?...Back behind garage: use stones on mulch
“stones and mulch!” — mariaguas
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