2,062 rubble stone foundation walls Home Design Photos

Architectural Homes by Anders Inc
18 Reviews
The Barn house
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rubble stone foundation walls
“vertical siding, deep red color contrasted with white around windows” — psdeloach
Peter Zimmerman Architects
23 Reviews
Before & After - Villanova, PA
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Stone exterior. Very old looking. Random size and pattern
Matching the stone geologically. In this case all of the stone is local Pennsylvania fieldstone. Copying the patterning of the stones. The walls here, original and new, are called random rubble stone walls. Mimicking the style of mortar. A raked-back joint method with a brushed finish was
Love the blue paint and stone!
note the info about stone pattern and mortar method - also, like this stone look
Nice stone walls in rebuilt home
AFTER: This portion of the system of stone walls is new. Zimmerman says there are four important aspects in matching a new stone wall to an antique one:
new, are called random rubble stone walls.Mimicking the style of mortar. A raked-back joint method with a brushed finish was used here.Matching the color of the mortar. The team created a formula that mimicked the original mortar color.
“Shake roof” — siriliz
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
lavender
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Love the rock wall with blue stone on top.
Stone wall made out of old foundation blocks
Like plants around wall and stone
Mass of lavender around a stone wall creates lovely mystique.
Giant grasses flanking foundation in background
Framing driveway wall
Rubble wall with coped column
Lavender against wall
the lavender and wall
lavender & stone wall
Stone wall...wall with plinth...Lavender by wall
“retaining wall with lavender” — agodfrey22
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Shingle style home in Hanover NH
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natural light, vegetation, and materials vary, and adjacent colors affect how it all works. They pick up the colors of the natural slate roof and the stone walls. And of course what looks one way on the computer screen in a shot by a professional photographer will look different in person. Our Project Manager
colors...stone, neutral siding & red trim
stone color, size and pattern
“little moreblue” — rscotb42
Marie Meko, Allied ASID
7 Reviews
Bathroom
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can you tell me more about the stone wall, i.e. what is it, how can I replicate it, etc. Thanks you.
beautiful floor. It is a high end porcelain tile from Rubble tile in Minneapolis and you can find them on the Houzz site. Thank you Marie Meko
The stone is composed from the following: 75% Chilton Tan/Brown 15% Sedona Rustic and 10% Chilton Lead Stone that is dry stacked. This was a very difficult installation and you should consult with a contractor in your area for installation. Thank You!
stone wall and that wooden soaking tub is so rustic - I love it.
beautiful room, esp. the wooden tub and stone wall
Wood is bad but I love the wall
“Sink cabinet” — Anna Oliver
Rachel Mast Design
2 Reviews
Casita
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arch in stone, we need much bigger
where we would put this; but i like the walls
living with rubble wall
Love the beams and stone
I like the stone look
Ndhiwa livingroom wall
stone wall darker color
Stone wall...Stone freakin wall...good rubble wall...Stone- Tuscan feel...Brick wall...Walls n lights...Nice rock wall...The wall...stone wall
“rug” — cantrellne
Calais Custom Homes
5 Reviews
Edit 1
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The stone is gorgeous. Is it a facing or veneer? What was the cost?
Appying the smear to the stone?
Love this stone, what is it called?
Beautiful!! Are the large square slabs colored, salted concrete or a natural stone?
Tod, what type of exterior stone is this? Also the smear, do they clea
Chopped Grandbury stone, from Grandbury, Texas. The material cost is around $150/ton delivered to our site in DFW. We budget around $12-$13 per face square foot of exterior walls to buy all the materials and pay the labor to install the stone. The smear is just the mortar that the stone was laid up in,
site in DFW. We budget around $12-$13 per face square foot of exterior walls to buy all the materials and pay the labor to install the stone. Hope that helps.
“Stone” — Joanna Wright
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Shingle style home in Hanover NH
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What type of stone is ths?
What type of stones are these?
This dry-laid stone was sourced from a local Vermont quarry - that is about all I can tell you.
tiered yard with stone retaining walls
Terraced low stone walls and steps. Gazebo nice but prefer steeper roof angles
Like the stone walls for privacy and to echo the wall along driveway
contrast of stone & lawn and grading detail at lawn/stone edge
Small walled gazebo could look great with brick if walls open on sides
used to stabilize rocks within the wall. Rubble rock, or backfill, is placed behind the cut stones to help with the integrity of the wall.
Installing the stone. Achieving a sound structure means adhering to specific guidelines. When choosing a contractor, make sure he or she is experienced in the craft and check out previous work. Each stone is hand chiseled to fit within the wall, and there are no wobbly stones. Stone wedges are used
“big, south hero” — maisielaud
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