92 cobbles Transitional Home Design Photos

Nicholaeff Architecture + Design
3 Reviews
bed of cobbles with cobble apron
Cobble drive
“interlock” — Nicole De
Martha O'Hara Interiors
90 Reviews
Fairhope Avenue Residence
Master bedroom colour: Benjamin Moore Cobble Stone Path
Benjamin Moore-Cobble Stone Path 1606 for tray ceiling
Benjamin Moore-Cobble Stone Path 1606.
1606 Cobble Stone Path
Benjamin Moore-Cobble Stone Path 1606
Cobble stone BM
“master bedroom” — Kelly Dennis
Des Ewing Residential Architects
15 Reviews
New England style coastal home with extensive sea facing glazing
Cobble drive
Drive and cobble stones
“Cobble drive” — lightning123
Elizabeth Dinkel
1 Review
Swallow Drive
bold with cobble in gaps between cement blocks-trendy and urban and i like metal and wood table...but will it grey too much?
Color contrast of cobble and concrete
“Gravel ingravings” — Zach Schmersahl
SURROUNDS Landscape Architecture + Construction
3 Reviews
River's Edge
tumbled flagstone cobbles
“Ditch” — katbell77
Goldberg & Rodler, Inc.
Water Feature Spillover for Pool & Glass Rail Deck
Close-up shot of water feature and deck. Glass panels keep the view clear when enjoying the patio area. The fountain was a murky, slimy pond before we retrofitted it to recirculate into the pool. The brick veneer pops in and out in a random arrangement, creating a serene white noise as the water trickles over them. Photo by Susan Sotera
“brick veneer spa” — kathyrose315
Goldberg & Rodler, Inc.
Driveway Entry Facing House
Looking down the new driveway to the house from the street. Sweeping masses of Hakonechloa 'All Gold' visually brighten the shady space while hostas, ferns, ligularia, broadleaf evergreens and Eastern Redbud trees contribute to a woodsy, natural feel. Photo by Susan Sotera
“groundcover hakonechloa” — islandarling
Goldberg & Rodler, Inc.
Brick & Bluestone Outdoor Kitchen
New BBQ and bar area. The outdoor kitchen nestles into the hillside and doubles as a retaining wall for the slope. Long Island Boulders continue the slope retention and tie into the rest of the site's materials. We extended the existing brick wall in front of the family room to support the custom arc-shaped bluestone bar. Photo by Susan Sotera
“pavers?” — jennimo
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