141,085 stone leaves Traditional Home Design Photos

B. Gordon Builders, Inc.
15 Reviews
Arbors: Architectural Artwork
stone, leaves growing along stone, landscaping
nice stone and wrought iron gate and fence w/stone base
I like this arched pergola with stone. Very pretty.
arch & stone...this stone...stone pillar...stone stairs...stone steps...red leaves...stone column...stone walkway...stone wall...utumn leaves
“love this stone” — Heidi Cawley
Traditional Family Room
Mix rock and the white stone and leave out the book shelves
Stone fireplace and wall colors
stone fireplace surround
Stone mantle...Stone fireplace...fireplace stone...
“Curtains” — shwright2711
Milieu Design
10 Reviews
Milieu Design
green leaves in summer; turns fiery orange in fall; deciduous Light requirement: Full sun Water requirement: Regular
steps or stepping stones in the grass
chaticleer pear 25-35 ft, doesn't litter leaves
Tree suggestions and stone in grass path
What I like about this image is the use of low hedges to frame the planting areas and the stepping stones. But I hate edging stepping stones. The solution
Chanticleer pear (pyrus calleryana or chanticleer pear) Good street tree. tendency not to litter leaves. Grows in pyramidal shape. Zones 5 to 8 24 to 35 feet high. Full sun
"litter" leaves. It grows in a pyramidal shape, so it's easy to fit in narrow areas. "For the front yard, my favorite kind of allée [line of trees] is with the chanticleer pear," says Sims. "It softens the expanse of a driveway to help minimize hardscape and provides the visitor with direction to the front
“Pear Tree” — sdombr12
Northern Virginia Landscape Architecture and Construction
Metes & Bounds Landscape Design was established in 2004 as a landscape architecture firm dedicated to providing full-service design/build solutions for residential properties.
J. Tallman Builders
J Tallman Portfolio
acked stone walls, autumn color, pine trees, cottage style, gable roof, metal shed roof, casement windows,stone lintels, porch overhang, white post, stone steps, stone wall, leaves, small house, white window trim, white soffit lining, clockwork studio,
Thanks Deanna. This Stone Cottage is actually being used as a Clockwork Studio. Our client is a hobby grandfather clock maker. It truly is a beautiful studio.
This is such a beautifully designed Stone Cottage! I would be very happy living there!
Great stone exterior for cottage or cabin...
Love, Love, Love a stone cottage
Love the stones with some gray...
Stone cottage is beatiful
Like the stones in this house, wabi-sabi is sinewy, flecked browns and yellowed greens. Like nature, wabi-sabi paints in multidimensional swatches that are never what they appear to be. The stones, close up, are speckled with crystalline bits, ranging from deep and dark to almost white, with orange and
“Stone” — amandacofield
Ami Saunders, MLA
5 Reviews
Mossy Stepping Stone Path
I like ground cover around stepping stones. I was thinking of something more fun / colorful for the stones them selves
this is irish or scottish moss which would look great in my stone path
Beautifully sectioned stones with ground cover in betweet
Front yard Path -Simon and Garfunkel suggested, "Slow down, you move too fast." Informal stepping stones usually mean a slow
Use of stone and plants creating a natural footpath
soft leaves with a sponge-like look. Irish moss grows extremely quickly and isn't very particular about soil, but it does do better in slightly shady areas. Usually this is sold in flats, like sod. Just cut it into small strips and place it around your pavers.
stepping stones usually mean a slow, contemplative pace through the garden. What better place to introduce subtle plays of foliage and texture? This shift in scale, from broad brush to intimate detail, makes a trip through the garden a richer experience.
“ground cover” — lbstaton
Norris Architecture
2 Reviews
Stone Residence 1
if the stone is actual stone or a stone veneer. If so what company is it from and name of actual stone used? Also wondering what color of the metal roof is and what company it is from.
Does the stone wall of the porch extend below the porch floor (ie. was it installed first from roof to foundation and then the porch added in front of it)? Or does the stone wall butt up against the porch floor (i.e. it sits on the porch floor) leaving the exterior
what stone is this? Can I contact the quarry?
We are building a house in Franklin, TN and was wondering which local stone company supplied the exterior stone? The house is beautiful!
We are building a home in Michigan and are going for the same look, a home that looks as though it's been there for a while but more modern on the inside. I love how you mixed the stone and brick on the exterior, do you mind sharing the types of each and colors?
“Stone and porch” — fgreco369
Jenni Leasia Design
8 Reviews
Furnace Street Riverfront
fireplace stone is called Hudson Ledgestone by NSVI. The cabinets are custom. The cabinet on the left has articulated doors that slide out and around the back to reveal the tv. It is a beautiful solution to the hide/show tv dilemma that goes on in many households! The wall paint is a custom mix of a Benjamin
Would love to know where I can get the stone what is the name of it and also what color it is?
I absolutely love the stone in this picture
Would love to know where I can go by this particular stone in this picture someone told me it's Hudson Ledgestone bud what color and by what
I love the stone, can you please tell me the brand and color? Also, how deep (8"?) and how tall is mantel ( 5" tall?)
“Stone, built ins, throw” — jilljee
Richard Kramer
Stanford Garden
you keep leaves off that beautiful path made of loose stones?
I have an area of my garden that has three huge Kwanzan cherry trees overhanging it. They drop a ton of leaves during the fall, which I collect and mulch, but I would like to put a soft (no digging, which would hurt the roots) path like the
(usually) wet leaves off its surface without raking the path up with them. Suggestions? Thanks!!
like the pathway stones and the complementary plants under the japanese maple
back--small stones with stepping stones on top
stepping stones as well as mixing pots and ground plants. + staturary
Asian garden design with flagstone and river stone path
looking stones for walkway with pebbles.
of fall leaves tends to be on the warm side, with a bit of orange. The contrast of red leaves against a sky — either brilliant blue or steely, overcast gray, makes the leaves even more vivid by comparison. Natural companion colors are yellow, orange and green; and later in the season, brown. Real red apples
“Like the red tree” — trzowtuk
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