489,388 rusticated stone Home Design Photos

GDC Construction
1 Review
Kitchen
Ideabooks40,275
Questions33
What is the name & color of the stone and brick used.
I love the natural stone subway tiles - What are they? thanks
What is the name of the stone on the wall?
I need that stone kitchen hood yesterday. Who made it? Nice kithchen!
I love the island and the stone work
Looks like Walker Zanger stone flooring
This is an 8x11 arabesco. Color Latte & mocka on off white. You can find it @ Venetian Stone Gallery in Irvine, CA
idea of looking rustic and simultaneously well-crafted; soft, skilfully blended colour shades; the drawers on island bench echo those on cupboards behind; beautiful stone work; non-cluttered upper; GREAT!! dream on.
like use of stone, contrasting island
4. Stone siding. Don't be afraid to bring a bit of the outdoors into the kitchen. This rustic stone siding contrasts the modern stove and countertops, creating warmth and texture. Notice the two different
“rock kitchen” — mama5mia
Tuckahoe Creek Construction, Inc.
1 Review
11609
Ideabooks3,546
Questions1
cast stone surround on top of natural stone
rustic exposed planks, cedar beams
like blue stone with brick
The outdoor fireplace has a chimney that is attached to and emulates the profile of the original chimney but is covered in a more rustic stone on this side.Chimney stone: MasterCut
Color of stone...stone / brick...Patio stone...Fireplace stone
“ardoise” — lerouxmc
Martha O'Hara Interiors
90 Reviews
Minnesota Residence
Ideabooks5,478
Questions13
What material was used for the stone backsplash?
Do you have a source for the stone tiling? We're trying to do the same without having to hand cut the material to create our own veneer.
Hello all, Thank you for all of the questions about the backsplash! It is a custom stone veneer made by Hedberg Supply here in the Twin Cities area. If you have a masonry supplier in your area, you should be able to bring in this photo to
BRICK FLOOR / DARK SPLIT FACE STACKED STONE
We like the dark colors, the stone, the detail on the cabinet. We don't want a mirror and not
I like the stone used here
Rusticated stone behind the bar adds to the pub-like feel; the bell was a gift from Floersch.
“bar” — jasonrbcn
Slifer Designs
2 Reviews
Breckenridge Residence
Ideabooks2,299
Questions6
Building a home in Austin TX and the stone pictured here is exactly what I am looking for. Would you be able to provide the name, color and fabricator? your help would
Wow! The stone… the glass (Chihuly)… the Horse!…
Rustic stone walls make such a strong statement on their own that one has to choose art for spaces like these very carefully. The glass flower blossom art works here by virtue of its bold and unexpected color and large scale. The horse seems to be running through a field of flowers — nice imagery for
“Cozy look. Like the horse picture on one wall & coloured glass arrangement on adjoining wall” — rcweil
AMI Designs
5 Reviews
North Shore Kitchen
Ideabooks5,225
Questions7
rustic looking beam to tie in the table is a good idea and then do the island stools like the coffee table in the family room.
I love this beam. Beautiful and rustic. It makes a statement
reclaimed wood and rustic stone provide an elegant contrast with the crisp white cabinetry and Greek marble. One of the walls in the kitchen shares space with the staircase; Posillico took advantage of the area under the actual stairs to maximize the amount of room in the kitchen. Island: Rustic cherry with
“Island” — mgorentz
House + House Architects
28 Reviews
Casa Lluvia Blanca
Ideabooks24,688
Questions8
lap pool welcomes the owners at the front entrance. Three working water spouts in a rustic stone wall add to the tropical ambiance. Cathi and Steven had their crew in San Miguel search high and low for the perfect stone to add to this accent wall. After coming up empty at local quarries, the crew ended
Water energizes a slender, private courtyard. I love the design's invisible, seamless edge (no coping) so that the stone extends slightly over the water. The dimensions are perfectly aligned with the glass doors, strengthening the pool's relationship to the architecture
“colors” — yurth
Michael G Imber, Architects
3 Reviews
Butcher Ranch
Ideabooks731
Questions2
Fireplace, stone floor, rug, small windows, misc collections
High non mantle fireplace, and rest of room is rustic beautiful!
pine to line the ceiling, just as many of the German settlers did. But while those early Texans usually had a swept dirt floor, Imber opted for a rustic stone surface.“One of the reasons we made the windows so high was to keep sunlight from shining directly on the artwork,” Imber says. “He had pieces from
“Love” — aesc88
Don Ziebell
1 Review
Oz Architects
Ideabooks10,042
Questions4
what kind of stone, and who did the masonry work? it's really lovely.
through an archway, this rustic warm stone farmhouse feels every inch the Spanish finca. The large stone animal trough makes a great water feature. To create your own little patch of Spain, grow pots (or a trough) of desertworthy succulents. If you don't have lovely sand-colored stone walls, paint a surrounding
8. Exterior stone. Common in the Italian countryside, stone exteriors exemplify rustic, casual living. I just adore this architectural style. The imperfect, uneven textures suit my carefree side.
even a small patio out back, cloaked in stone or stucco and laden with pottery urns and creeping vines, creates the same effect.Bella Tuscany: Water, usually in the form of a small fountain, makes a natural partner for Tuscan style. The trough along the main stone wall of this courtyard serves a similar
“Stone” — cmello
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