7 Charleston charcoal limestone Tropical Home Design Photos

Structures Building Company
12 Reviews
Cobbage Porch
Ideabooks5,502
Questions12
This outdoor living space boasts the traditional Charleston blue ceiling and outdoor fireplace to entertain with views of the golf course. Photo by Holger
situation and have been contemplating painting it black or a very dark charcoal. Can you please tell me if these are painted or if the brick itself is
Smart those people in Charleston,...love it..love it!!
If this is a home in Charleston, there is a specific color that the all of the homes in Historic District
This outdoor living space boasts the traditional Charleston blue ceiling and outdoor fireplace to entertain with views of the golf
“Outdoor room” — jeff_whorley
Structures Building Company
12 Reviews
Old Village - Mt. Pleasant
Ideabooks1,692
Questions6
Not sure, but they were purchased through Melcer Tile in Charleston, SC
MELCER TILE IN CHARLESTON, SC FOR TILE
Charcoal grey vanity.
“CIRCALIGHTING SCONCES” — ehharris55
Allison Ramsey Architects
18 Reviews
Baypoint Cottage at Brays Island
Ideabooks4,633
Questions5
Kynar finish called "Zinc Grey" I have also seen it called "Gunmetal" or "Charcoal". Different metal roof suppliers have different names - sort of like paint
“Porch” — shop1a
Christopher A Rose AIA, ASID
7 Reviews
Curved patio by the Folly River
Ideabooks85
Questions1
The architect listed the material as limestone.
Yes it is limestone
“deck stone flooring” — tshmia
Art Mosaics of the Carolinas, LLC
8 Reviews
Greens & Cream Nautical Star
Ideabooks65
Questions1
handcrated in our studio with natural stone: green marbles, jerusalem gold limestone and crema marfil was installed last week to complete a fresh new look for
“Compass without the nsew” — Ruth Layden
Christopher A Rose AIA, ASID
7 Reviews
Pebble texture and stone Master Shower
Ideabooks7,581
Questions8
Limestone would B my choice of stone
“stone” — Cathleen Urbaniak Correa
Tervola Designs
22 Reviews
Maui Plantation Kitchen
Ideabooks3,340
Questions10
of this granite? Can't tell from the picture whether it's a green or charcoal. Thanks!
This is German Green Limestone.
“pull placement” — kristynparks
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