450,123 stone bench Home Design Photos

Modern Bathroom
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love this rock bench & the sinks
2,000 lb. lava rock as a bench!
I like the idea of a rock for a shower bench
exposed stone look, lots of storage options, natural light
palette & a bench of 2,000-pound lava
This shower bench in a Hollywood Hills, California, home falls into the built-in category — but in its own unique way. “It’s a 2,000-pound lava rock that required extra steel engineering to keep it from falling through the floor,” says designer Lori Dennis, who describes this approach as "The Flintstones
“Parede ao lado do vidro do box” — vitorsabadin
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Santa Barbara Modern Ranch
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my stone mason carved out a boulder to make a birdbath and yes we get alot of birds!
stone seating on back patio wall
good idea for stone bench around firepit
Use of grass with slabs. Nice natural stones mixed with plants
ledge that doubles as a bench
they are not for everyone. If you crave a softer look, try introducing a round shape to your patio with a gently curved bench made from stone or wood.
Grass between stone, fire pit, umbrellas
lines look crisp, but they are not for everyone. If you crave a softer look, try introducing a round shape to your patio with a gently curved bench made from stone or wood.
“Windows” — rakupe
Spinnaker Development
14 Reviews
1512 Dolphin Terrace
Ideabooks4,606
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Concrete Bench for Fire Pit, & Umbrellas
squatre seating bench, planting area around bench
umbrella posts made right into the stone. cool!
Stone bench, landscaping
Natural Stone Pavers
Outdoor bench...Stone seating...stone bench...Like stone on patio...stone paving
“Concrete sofa” — luchanab
Chadsworth Columns
Kaki Hockersmith Interiors
Ideabooks1,017
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Cool concept of a built in bench between two pillars
Three stone benches w/ limestone trellises
column and benches between columns
Pergola with benches
built in benches/daybed type
Love the stone benches
The idea of concrete benches
benches between pillars
backs of benches...Stone seats...Rock benches...Bench and pergola...Stone and grass
“Pergola” — Lisa Foley
sususu
Atherton Holiday House Tour
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What type of stone did you use on the fireplace? I love it!
What kind of stone was used on the fireplace? Is it a natural stone or man-made. I would like to use it for my home in Charleston, but we have
like the fireplace and bench around it.
love the stone and outdoor fireplace!
the inset mantle and stone work with tile floor
The stone fencing connecting the pillars allow for more seating. Curtains can be added
“Fireplace” — htgarcia
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Back Bay Retreat
Ideabooks1,302
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dry stack stone wall for retaining slope
The succulent is growing put of the stone. I love that.
love the idea! and love the colors of the stone!
Growing out of the soil between the stones.
Pic shows facia over concrete block base? Also, idea of end rocks for bench is a good one as well. JG 4/14
Stone retaining knee wall,
stack stone, boulders
Stacked stone wall with boulders
Cool succulent in bench-beautiful
Stone wall with succulent
Love the stone...stone bench...stacked stone...Stone step...stacked stone
“rock wall” — Artful Expression
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
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ipe fence... plants or water feature behind concrete bench
cement base, horiz fence, built in corner bench with fire pit
with built in bench and planers
use of stones, decking, tiles, and furniture to make outdoor into a living space
concrete/stone bench and fire pit
ground treatments & bench
Concrete benches...Corner bench...concrete bench...Stepping stones...Stone bench...Wood and stone...stone paving
“Combination of textures” — devrawgherardi
Architectural Gardens, Inc
4 Reviews
Modern Garden; Before and After
Ideabooks751
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Irregular bluestone paving and masonry seatwalls make this space distinctive from the main gathering area. In time, the groundcovers planted between the stones will fill in and completely knit together - covering the soil for a softer look. The grouncover plants can withstand light to medium foot traffic.
stone patio and pavers for the courtyard
“Garden” — magilamaud
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