434,349 sand stone Home Design Photos

Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Coastal Cayucos
Ideabooks1,015
Questions2
Even without the ocean view, this vignette would suggest the sea in any geographic location. The low, grayish ground cover, the tufted grasses and the sand-colored pavers do the trick ... as well as the wisely positioned driftwood bench.
perfect combination for sea garden design. sand color, wood, grasses
Even without the ocean view, this vignette would suggest the sea in any geographic location. The low, grayish ground cover, the tufted grasses and the sand-colored pavers do the trick ... as well as the wisely positioned driftwood bench.
“Dymondia Margaretae” — scooper105
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Designer
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Dyna Contracting
6 Reviews
Magnolia
Ideabooks2,137
Questions10
United Tile - Provenza Q-Stone 12" x 24" Sand
This tile is Provenza Ostone 12" x 24" in sand.
Tile United Tile - Provenza Q-Stone 12" x 24" Sand
United Tile - Provenza Q-Stone 12x24 Sand
Flooring - Porcelain Tiles - Provenza Qstone 12" x 24" in sand
Love the clean white 2 x 8 field stone backsplash and medallion that was created
“simple hood” — yelhsapitts
Kelly Deck Design
16 Reviews
York Street
Ideabooks921
Questions3
Stone color with touch of blue
sofa color advice: Stone or light gray. A very light gray will go beautifully with warm wood tones and chalky walls. Stone is a great backdrop for items with a flare
Stone or light gray. A very light gray will go beautifully with warm wood tones and chalky walls. Stone is a great backdrop for items with a flare of color. (It also hides dirt really well.)
“Like the desk in the corner” — yeedarryl
Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
Exteriorscapes
Ideabooks5,226
Questions1
Like the grass between the stones
flagstone on sand with groundcover in joints
flag stone patio w/grass
Like the stone and ground
the stone/grass combo
Green between stones
Living plants between paving stones
Grass between the stones
Materials. The most common paver materials are asphalt, pressed concrete (available in standard or custom colors), brick, and natural stone (such as marble, granite, or flagstone).
Flag Stone patio...Stone flooring...Paving stone patio...Stone patio...Stones and grass...stone paving
“flagstone” — jtoward
Ream Design, LLC
6 Reviews
Garden Path
Ideabooks4,552
Questions4
Are the steps concrete or stone?
the mix of stone and pea gravel
Steps and stone retaining wall. (Grass instead of gravel?)
I like the blend of colors in this mix of stones as well as the size of the stones
steps, and garden stones but want bluestone instead little stones
I love the stone work
combo rock, stone, flowers
Stone steps with gravel path.
stone and gravel--up hillside?
stone steps...The stones...crushed stone...stone path...Love the stone...thin sands...stone wall
“like the path” — Paige Kelly
Katia Goffin Gardens
6 Reviews
North Arlington Residence
Ideabooks20,983
Questions11
The Upper Garden with 'Ha-Ha' wall: One side of the sinuous retaining stone wall is faced with stone, the other face sloped and turfed, forms a green pool for the upper garden. The ha-ha wall backed by Annabelle Hydrangeas conceals the driveway from sight and extends the view to the lower garden as
you use for jointing? I'd like to refresh my patio and maybe use decomposed granite or sand, as I don't want it to be *too* tidy, but there's not much information around that I can find.
What type of stones were used to create the low rock wall?
compliment the color of the stone so well!
The stone comes from a quarry in Butler Maryland.You are right it is Corinthian Granite!
This is a veneer stone that is found in the DC me
“hydrangeas” — rpaem
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Coastal influence
Ideabooks4,104
Questions1
love these pic again with sand instead of grass
patterned (circular) flagstone with contrast small stone
Brick pavers: $5 to $15 per square feet Natural stone: $10 to $30 per square feet
Maybe this is stretching the idea of a mosaic a tad — but then again, maybe not. Make sure you have a friend to help if you do a flagstone patio of this scale (those stones are heavy!). Actually, make sure you have a friend
friend helping no matter how big the stones are, and tell them to bring some wine. And knee pads.
“flagstones in circular pattern” — adgardmer
Narofsky Architecture + ways2design
8 Reviews
Sustainable Long Island Residence
Ideabooks12,013
Questions5
what is the stone on the house and the walkways? It looks gorgeous!
Beautiful facade/use of materials. What is the stone product? thanks
are several stones that look alike. Do you have the actual color and type of the stone? Thank you very much. I really like how you matched the stone with the Prodex.
mineral collector, the stone type looks like granite.
its a quartzite from a distributer called Marmiro, they are in New Jersey. I beleive the stone comes from Turkey.
looking at this picture I would say the stone on the side of the house is a veneer stone, there are many different
Updated Façade Stone, Wood , Metal
Stone by Marmiro NJ # 201 933 6462
I like the angle to the building with the stone and wood combo.
“tile” — Larin Jim
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