154,341 stone aggregate wall Home Design Photos

Beinfield Architecture PC
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House on Belle Island
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Could you please share the type of stone used around the foundation and on the retaining walls? Thank you in advance!
stone driveway, cupola, carriage doors
Retaining wall with slanted driveway like mine
stone walls and garage door, great but simple color scheme
love the combo of the white siding, stone wall, rustic doors, and drought tolerant plantings
York.If you add hardscaping, try to design it in a way that allows water to seep into the soil below. In other words, don't create a solid concrete or stone surface, but rather one that's permeable. That will reduce risks of soil erosion where the water leaves your hardscaping and will reduce the load on
“Garage doors!” — astinson696
Great Oaks Landscape Associates Inc.
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Oakland County Project
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What color dye was used in the exposed aggregate?
Was the pea stone just added to natural gray concrete?
No dye was used it is Natural Pea Stone and Coping is Indiana Limestone.
stamped border with aggregate / either lighter border or same colour as aggregate
Aggregate stone coping
Exposed aggregate
“Pool” — mj8868
Romani Landscape Architecture
5 Reviews
Deerfield Residence Landscape Design
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Are these stones set on concrete or sand?
stone. On a different note, you mention that your installer might be using compacted crushed concrete CA6 aggregate. If this is a job in the Chicago region, I would advise against that as crushed concrete gravel tends to solidify after it has been compacted and soaked with rain. The rock hard crushed
individual stone as the slabs vary greatly in thickness from 1.5" thick to 2.5" thick and the sand course allows for fine tuning. If you don’t use the sand, the stones will be uneven across their span which will cause them to rock when stepped on and will also create uneven/non-flush joints from stone to stone
Thank you so much.I have a landscape co. installing now but I noticed they are only using a compacted gravel(cement?) aggregate. Will the pavers be stable with this?
“slat walk” — icbugs
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
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Belmont Hill Residence
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trees, remnant fieldstone walls, and native stone outcroppings. Sound vegetation management principles guide each phase of installation, and the true character of the woodland is revealed. Stone walls form terraces that traverse native topography, and a meticulously crafted stone staircase provides casual
What type of stone and location?
Hi there--this is Massachusetts Goshen Stone. It's pretty much available through most landscape suppliers throughout MA. Good luck!
Retaining wall , and natural view
there’s a barrier. Here the wall is made of Massachusetts Goshen stone, and it helps create a clear view from the upper section while deterring wildlife.
called a ha-ha wall to deter animals from entering
“looks like our old foundation on the lot” — raebasso
Land & Water Design
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Arlington Residence
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What is the purple plant on top of the wall?
I have a natural rock wall like this fronting 100 orange, yellow, red roses and am looking for a perennial that spills over the wall - ideally evergreen with low water needs in zone 9-10
Privacy wall btwn barn & pool
landscaping on rock wall and behind it.
Retaining Wall with waterfall and plants
Use of wall for pool fountains
White pool plaster is a simple combination of white cement, white marble aggregate and water. It is an economical choice that has a classic swimming pool look.This is the most common plaster in use today, and in the past it was the only choice. Most commercial swimming pools still are required by national
easy to install. Cons: White plaster is a "soft" finish that is susceptible to the effects of water chemistry, compared to the newer options such as aggregates and glass tiles.
“Nice pool with roll cover” — freddie57
Eldorado Stone
5 Reviews
Stacked Stone Candle Wall
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angular wood-paneled headboard wall with built-in nightstands. Following a stone, fire, water, and wood theme, the materials used in this master suite strongly relate to nature. Water flows to the tub from the stone accent wall in the bathroom, and an opposing stone wall in the bedroom creates a dramatic
dramatic backdrop for a seating area. Both walls contain candle-filled niches and Cherry wood is employed throughout, creating warmth and continuity. To further achieve the natural look and feel of the bathroom, Wiles incorporated a variety of stones. The shower and immediate area around the freestanding
floors. Eldorado Stone’s Black River Stacked Stone was chosen because it offered different textures and dimensions of the black, rugged, stacked stone, resulting in an organic environment that provides relief from the flat surfaces. By using quality materials such as Eldorado Stone, designer Lori Wiles
“Stone back splash” — stasias91
Miriam's River House Designs, LLC
Japanese Tea House
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Japanese dry river bed and an Inukshuk sculpture, metaphysically designed. The surrounding garden is the inner Roji garden and contains a Roji stepping stone path designed with a metaphysical pattern. pattern. Photo credits:Dan Drobnick
Inukshuk stacking stones from Arctic natives on the path to a Japanese teahouse
Stones, wall, small metal roofed sleeping?? cottage.
This impressive stacked-stone figure on the path to a Japanese teahouse is based on the inukshuk, a landmark cairn long used by native Arctic peoples. But it does have hoodoo genes: The Inuit also created inukshuk-like markers with the design requirement that they always resemble figures.
“I love the stone sculpture.” — marinastrose
debora carl landscape design
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debora carl landscape design
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exposed aggregate, , retaining walls, sand blasted block walls, fire feature, water feature
Levels created Retaking wall planters Fire pit Aggregate stone color
pit - not keen on the aggregate.
Stairs and planter wall for front entry.
gravel dining area, edge, stone fountain
The stones and the fire pit
Modern retaining walls and steps
don't like black stone
Blue stones...Stone firepit...stones, fire pit...Cool retaining wall...Landscaping walls
“Firepit” — barnic2900
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