8,469 masonry Traditional Home Design Photos

Torre Construction & Development
1 Review
Historic Restoration and Preservation
Ideabooks3,921
Questions3
masonry, durable, not cheap, outside, not common
Masonry - Pros: durable Cons: expensive, hard to install What type of room or building you would find this
Masonry. Pros- durable, looks nice and modern. Cons- hard to install, expensive. You would find out this outside in driveways or patios or in the backyard. This is popular outdoors, but not indoors.
Masonry Pros - Cant be too expensive and it looks nice outdoors. Cons - Really hard in case you fall or slip Outdoors on a patio Pretty popular
Masonry Flooring Pros - Durable Cons - espeisive; hard to install Not very popular inside but popular on driveways, and in backyards
Exterior ApplicationsMasonry materials are great for using in the garden, on patios and on porches, because they won't deteriorate like wood or plastic. If you use brick as a paving material, make sure the bricks are paver bricks. Many reclaimed bricks will crack if exposed to freeze-and-thaw cycles
“Bricks” — Carol Rothermel
BuilderFish
3 Reviews
Recycled 50's Rancher
Ideabooks758
Questions2
Thanks for the compliment. All the paint was Benjamin Moore as follows: Trim: White Dove Masonry: Horizon Gray Stucco: November Rain Shutters: Storm Cloud Gray Sorry, don't have the numbers but this should do.
All the paint was Benjamin Moore as follows: Trim: White Dove Masonry: Horizon
Trim: White Dove Masonry: Horizon Gray Stucco: November Rain Shutters: Storm Cloud Gray
All paint was Benjamin Moore Trim: White Dove Masonry: Horizon Gray Stucco: November Rain Shutters: Storm Cloud Gray
Nov Rain siding + Storm Cloud Grey shutters + White Dove trim + Horizon Grey masonry
“Colors” — mjroyal
THINK Architecture - John Shirley
Apline Estate
Ideabooks1,407
Questions3
clean, neat brick walkway.brick walkway to front door - sides set into concrete, middle on top of masonry sand with more sand in between to hold structure. Cleanable”.
brick pathways In formal situations brick is laid on a compacted bed of masonry sand or mortared onto a solid slab of concrete. This approach ensures that the brick will not subside or shift, a critical detail under tables and
pounded down one too many beers at lunch. Add to ideabook by THINK Architecture - John Shirley In formal situations brick is laid on a compacted bed of masonry sand or mortared onto a solid slab of concrete. This approach ensures that the brick will not subside or shift, a critical detail under tables and
“white house, brown trim, blue door” — Atrica Warr
Windsor Companies
5 Reviews
Windsor Companies
Ideabooks18,211
Questions10
have vines climb your house safely? The short answer is yes. If you have a brick or masonry home, it may be possible to have that vine-covered house of your dreams without damage being caused — that is, if the masonry is in perfect condition. Vines generally do not damage sturdy brick and mortar or stonework
“it is a good example of a house that "steps back" allowing 2 or more sources of natural light into t” — Monique Jacqueline Design
Dalton Distinctive Renovations
5 Reviews
Beckwith
Ideabooks41,260
Questions14
heaters. These gas and oil-fired appliances need to vent vertically, which means that many of them are clustered around a mechanical chimney or other masonry chimney. Switching to new 90 percent efficient (or better) appliances comes with two perks: lower utility bills and the ability to place them pretty
pretty much wherever you want. These furnaces and water heaters vent horizontally with PVC pipe. That means you don't have to be near a masonry chimney and will have more layout flexibility.
“secret door” — 88forme
Maddock Construction Company
5 Reviews
Elevation
Ideabooks1,989
Questions9
Masonry, lights, doorway RALEIGH LIKES THIS AS WELL
Stone. It's the Country Manor Blend. They used a mixture of Snapped and Bedfaced stones while pulling a stone proud of the rest every so often. The masonry joint utilized was a struck joint
is their "Country Manor Blend". We used a mixture of "Snapped" and "Bedfaced" stones, while pulling a stone proud of the rest every so often. The masonry joint we utilized here was a "Struck" joint.
“Windows” — ramonabass
Elevation Architectural Studios
1. Old World Estate
Ideabooks1,721
Questions2
Stone masonry
Interior masonry
“Rock” — lukeoftomorrow
Castro Design Studio
5 Reviews
Midtown
Ideabooks6,655
Questions7
Masonry and siding
ashlar masonry...Dry stack masonry
“Pedra exterior” — lscirilo
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