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B. Gordon Builders, Inc.
Arbors: Architectural Artwork
stone, leaves growing along stone, landscaping
I like this arched pergola with stone. Very
longer columns (shorter stone base) but love the arch
nice stone and wrought iron gate and fence w/stone base
Like this Stone veneer
the stone walled fence
Stone pedestals and curved arbor
arch & stone...love this stone...red leaves...stone column...stone pathway...autumn leaves...stone pillar...stone stairs...stone steps...stone walkway...stone wall
Traditional Family Room
Mix rock and the white stone and leave out the book shelves
Stone fireplace and wall colors
top of the fireplace stone...
stone fireplace surround
Stone mantle...Stone fireplace
Tallman Segerson Builders
J Tallman Portfolio
stacked 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,
I see lots of compliments on the stone siding...but what is it?
Hi Carol. The siding is native Connecticut field stone. It was supplied by Gault Masonry supply in Westport, CT.
My house is also made from these type of river stones. I am always looking for colour ideas, especially on the inside.
The roof was done in a specialty bronze. It really accents the stone work.
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
Hollywood Crawford Door Company
Clopay Door Spring Specials
Stones and leaves
The outdoor wall stones
stone exterior...stone siding
hate edging stepping stones. The solution might me to place the stepping stones in a path of black river rocks.
Chantileer pear. Pyrus calleryana. pyramidal shape.24-35'. Dark green leaves. fiery orange in fall.deciduous. full sun.
24 to 35 feet Color: Dark green leaves in summer; turns fiery orange in fall; deciduous Light requirement: Full sun Water requirement: Regular
35 feet Color: Dark green leaves in summer; turns fiery orange in fall; deciduous Light requirement: Full sun Water requirement: Regular
steps or stepping stones in the grass
zones: 5 to 8 Height: 24 to 35 feet Color: Dark green leaves in summer; turns fiery orange in fall; deciduous Light requirement: Full sun Water requirement: Regular
Creative Stone Landscaping
Back yard Patio
Creative Stone Landscaping
Natural stone leaving upper patio
natural stone steps...Pavers an stone
Jenni Leasia Design
Furnace Street Riverfront
traditional cottage architecture. It is luxurious, yet very relaxed. The Weiland sliding door is fully recessed in the wall on the left. The 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
name of the stone and is it veneer? Thanks
I just had a beam from, a 1800 home lightly sanded and finished for a mantel on planned ledgerstone fireplace. How is your mantel affixed to the fireplace? Our fireplace is 60" wide and beam is 54" we plan to leave 3" stone on each side
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
Stone Residence 1
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
Wondering 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.
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?