381,688 semi-precious stones Home Design Photos

DTM INTERIORS
2 Reviews
Goucher
Ideabooks1,796
Questions5
mantle above stone instead of stone all the way up wall
Flat heart same stones as fireplace
fireplace on a shallow wall with a stone surround and matching beam and mantle.
Stone & mantel colors only.
rustic stone fireplace
Fireplace / stone....Stone. Colors....fireplace stone...Stone fireplace...Stacked stone...stacked stone
“Great look” — crqzytrav
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Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Coastal influence
Ideabooks4,015
Questions1
Love the spiral of natural stone
Crushed rock and planting between stones - love the spiral design!
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.
“the sea” — Margie Blevins Hages
HBF plus Design
1 Review
Ruxton-front
Ideabooks3,202
Questions2
size of stones and placement of the accent
love the wood and the stone but this type of box window is only good in warm climates
An oriel can be shaped as a box bay and supported by brackets. While the stone structure of this main house speaks to permanence and solidity, the wood structure of the oriel appears impermanent and transitory. The oriel gives
“parkland home . balconies” — ondbrown
Dave Adams Photography
4 Reviews
Garden House
Ideabooks1,512
Questions2
I like the stone for façade on our new house and maybe fireplace inside
Vine covered stone wall and gate
vines on stone wall.
Stone fassade with plantings
Stone work...stone walls...YARD STONE & IVY...Stone wall,ivy...Ivy on stone...Stone wall...Amazing stone work...Love the stone...stone house
“Green Facade” — aaadubey
Castle Design
48 Reviews
Rustic Contemporary Retreat
Ideabooks2,133
Questions8
Beautiful. Would you kindly provide details of the stone used?
The stone came from a local Missouri quarry. I am sorry but I don't have any further information.
Stone fireplace -would add accent stone as well
wrong stone, but this is sort of what hearth room could be with full height surround.
Solid timber mantel. Stone supports. Simple. Rustic looking with stone.
“Lies” — jamesenlies
Dean Herald-Rolling Stone Landscapes
1 Review
Infinity Blue
Ideabooks2,507
Questions4
ask bill what he thinks about stones & tile or flagstone
paving and stone along path from gate, plants in the plant section between path and pool
deck next to stone and
stacked stone exterior
stone wall with waterfall faucets
Dean Herald-Rolling Stone Landscapes
wood & stone...Stone & deck layout...Stone and patio...slate and stone...stone exterior...stone pathway...stone pavers...stone siding...stone walkway
“For step platforms down the side” — kimsdesignideas
Traditional Landscape
Ideabooks2,647
Questions0
large stone over river rock dry stream” “use of stone across stream rather than a wooden bridge” “dry stream bed for drainage”
drainage creek bed with flat stone walkways
sitting area & large stone across
Like the stone walkway
The stone bridge and bench
stone bridging creek
Stone bridge feature
Stone bridge across rain garden
Stepping stones...Stone bridge, bench...Stone river bed...Stone bridge...stone bridge
“Slate walk over path” — Suzanne Sinclair
Peace Design
Exterior
Ideabooks6,581
Questions9
Good Morning, Can you please tell us what stone used on this house?
Good Morning A few weeks back you had provided us with the Stone Name (Harlowton). Can you provide the supplier
Montana Rock Works and can't seem to find it on their site. They have also contacted us, with different stones, but none seem to capture the look you have achieved. We will be purchasing 7000 sq.ft. of stone and surely we don't want to make that mistake of purchasing wrong.
rustic stone, logs, lots of windows, chimneys
too big but love the concept and stone!
I like the different rooflines in the use of logs on the eaves in the rails. Also the metal roof as well as the stone
“Stone” — 7vids
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