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Debra Campbell Design
Debra Campbell Design
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Questions3
Please tell me what kind of stone is used on this patio. Thanks
Arizona stone. This fireplace was built as a replica of the great room fireplace. Also Arizona stone.
It appears to be a stone called, 'Argillite' and the distributor 'SWB' calls it Autumn Flame. In Southern California
like finishes but would add side benches
This color of Flag Stone would match Foundation of Farm House
stone bottom and stucco top with cedar mantel - courtyard fireplace
“stones are nice color!!” — e_reyes
Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
41 Reviews
Exterior
Ideabooks5,870
Questions4
Stacked non-vesicular basalt stone fireplace. Fabricated stone patio with adirondack chairs. photo: www.shawnstpeter.com
What is the brand and color of the stone on fireplace?
What is the stone used for base of patio? Looks great!
I'm not sure of the type of stone.
This is a natural basalt stone.
What is the brand and color of the stone used here.
the similar surroundings. i like the bench - hate the shape
I really like the stone color, grey, orange, brown, black
“rock for fireplace might work” — maclainandceci
Hart Associates Architects, Inc.
Porch
Ideabooks2,049
Questions3
the combo of stone and wood
Stone steps, white pillars, love this porch!
nice stone steps to wood porch
WOOD PORCH FLOOR, STONE STEPS
Great entryway stone steps
Wood porch with stone steps
Stone steps...Rustic stone steps...stone slab steps...stone slab treads...slab stone steps...wood bench
“Stone steps” — sgtarta
Tamara Rosenbloom Design LLC
10 Reviews
Kopachuck Residence
Ideabooks9,168
Questions5
It was quite buried. The stone is Cronin's Natural Slate Cladding in Glacier
The stacked stone is not suitable in a true wet
shower, large space, need a bench
Half stone wall, walk in shower
stone style walls and pebble floor trim
Ledge stone on the walls is an interesting idea.
maybe somec stackef stone for dimension
“Showers” — sarahbear0911
Roy Campana Photography
4 Reviews
Living rooms
Ideabooks6,652
Questions5
What is the name of the stone? Thanks
Where did you buy the stones and what are they called.
These stones are local creek stones purchased at a local stone quarry
Love the brick and stone combo
Stones around the fire, gorgeous hearth.
The mix of brick, stone and wood
brick and stone mixed to match chimey
rustic plus traditional, stone hearth, rustic mantle, built-ins to side
stone, brick and wood with built-ins
“Fireplace surround, chairs, wood” — becky_the_nurse
FORMA Design
17 Reviews
FORMA Design
Ideabooks20,350
Questions19
TV on a Stone Tile Wall
I would like to do a stone tile wall like this one, and am curious if you had any issues with mounting the TV through the stone? That is my biggest fear with using stone, that I won't be able to mount the TV.
I am building a house with a center stone fireplace that will go to the top of a vaulted ceiling at 14' and will have lower cabinets on either side. How tall is the ceiling and the height of
You can order the stone through Stone Source, its called Sentousai http://www.stonesource.com/?porcelain-tile=white-10
@Forma where is this stacking stone from? Thanks!
It is stacked stone, from a company called INOX.
It is a japanese porcelain, you can find it at Venetian Stone Gallery in Irvine.
“family room” — Anna Estrada
Black + Vernooy Architects
3 Reviews
Hillside Residence Living Room
Ideabooks1,057
Questions3
Bench in front of sliding window
color scheme with stone and setee
Wood ceilings, stone floor
by Black + Vernooy “daybed bench”
Stone floor, wood ceiling
Stone wall against wood ceiling
stone fireplace surround
Stone work...like the stone??...Sofa bench...daybed bench...Love the bench...stone flooring
“Chaise” — clred1214
Anna Looper
Craftsman exterior
Ideabooks11,516
Questions6
Hi can anyone tell me what color is the stone? Thanks
What kind of stone is used on the house?
This one is cute - just a scatterings of plants and a little bench at the front. It would work with the barn look!
Stone can be thin. Whether it's manufactured stone or naturally quarried stone that has been cut into a thin veneer, stone no longer needs to be heavy, massive and thick. Like today's brick, stone can be applied as a paper-thin, two-dimensional decorative
“colors” — decision
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