425,595 stone column Home Design Photos

Paul Moon Design
4 Reviews
Douglas Fir Interior
Ideabooks2,219
Questions2
Can you please advise where you procured the stone and its color?
This is a stacked stone from Eldorado Stone. Color- Alderwood.
If column is needed match stone to fireplace
Clad a large load bearing column in stone
Clad a large column in stone
stacked stone around load-bearing column in kitchen
disguise a column in stone...great idea..can match outside stone
I like the stone column in the kitchen
rock column to match rock hearth in living wit fireplace
load bearing column clad in stone
Cladded large support column. Done in stone but can be done with wood paneling.
Clad a large column in stone. The imposing presence of the masonry column here reminds you of its purpose, while at the same time introducing a tactile material that contrasts with the rest of the soft interior. This could be a good idea for bringing some of the material from the home’s exterior inside
“Piedra” — Antonio Verdu
April Elizabeth
8 Reviews
Wasatch Parade
Ideabooks1,154
Questions6
norm for Utah staying within a still neutral but more colorful palette & increasing my contrasts. I stunned the builder when I specified stone & sconces for the columns...he let me have total control on this one.
What type of stone was used?
Looks like Coronado Stone, but can't tell for sure. Thanks,
Do you remember the dimensions of these columns?
builder had not specified them with stone, that was something I added before that they were just plain drywall columns. When I changed that they had to modify the construction of them I am guessing they were a little over two feet wide...give or take with the stone.
I honestly do not remember for certain. I love cultured stone from owens corning best...but from what I remember when I designed this show home the builder may have had me select the stone from eldorado stone which was giving him a better price. It is not nearly as rich in color as
“columns (w/o stone)” — rktxt
Stephanie Ann Davis Landscape Design
HH1
Ideabooks3,259
Questions2
What is the brand of stone used on these columns?
Love the patio stone - can you tell me what that is and where it is from? Thanks!
It is a custom blend of stone. About 2/3 Oklahoma flagstone ledger and 1/3 deer creek ledger blend available at Bourget Brothers in Santa Monica. Thanks for you question.
We call the material Navajo. It is a type of sandstone. We manufacture it in a thin stone veneer or a full bed depth version
version. Either would work on this application depending on installation type. We would be happy to work with you to provide a similar stone for your project. Our site is arnoldstone.com
Love the Patio stone, Color, Large size.
stone, metal and wood combo
Veneer stone Easier on wallet and easy to install
“Stone veneer size” — davetile63
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Dawn Hearn Interior Design
26 Reviews
Earthy and Elegant Dining Room
Ideabooks3,217
Questions4
you know what stone was used or the source? I love the stone arch.
Do you remember the dimensions of these columns?
Hello, gmk82. This house was built before I came on the scene, so I don't have a set of plans or dimensions on these columns. I wish I could be of more help. They are quite substantial so I would guess that they might be almost 20" square based on the size compared to the tile flooring. I wish you
Elizabeth, I wish I could help you! I came onto this project after construction and didn't help with the specification of the interior stone work. I wish you all the best in your search!
Columns and curve arch in stone
Love the stone on the columns
shows an arch and columns with sheetrock detail, but could use
“Piedra” — Antonio Verdu
Sennikoff Architects
4 Reviews
Rancho Mirage Villas
Ideabooks6,847
Questions3
indoor outdoor room remember to use tall opening to let light into house beyond. use of stone
concrete squares and stone column accents
stone wrapped columns
Stone pillars for back
Top stone on column...Stone work...stone columns...stone on end wall...Column size...Amazing stone house...like the columns...stone columns...stone facade
“Stone” — 67judy
Phillips Development
4 Reviews
Talon's Crest
Ideabooks12,128
Questions9
Can you tell me the depth of the stone columns and cabinetry near the pool table? Also the depth of the drink ledge. Thank you.
Do you have any information on the carpet? The stone? Thanks.
The rug is sisel. The Stone is Jackson Ledge.
Kind of like stone columns in home too.
nice mix of stone and wall - I like!
“maybe stone on columns?” — saltry
Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Southern Living Idea House Exterior
Ideabooks2,501
Questions1
Yellow regular chop stone out of Georgetown
metal roof, stone, natural pathway, plants
Love this. Stucco, stone and steel (roof). Great colors
Paint colors. Silver roof, stone and dark trim
Like the stone and the stone color
stone columns for pool cover
irregular stones in DG
Maybe one column in brick/stone.
Stone and back doors
Stone Columns on rear porch
exterior stone pillars
Stone, columns, porch...
stone with dark windows
Stone color...stone columns...great stone...Rock columns....Cut stone...Outdoor columns...Stone lanai...all stone columns...rock columns...Exterior stone...stone columns...What stone is used?
“Stone” — sabrab80
Peek Design Group
8 Reviews
Maple Avenue Home
Ideabooks469
Questions0
stone variation more brown than gray.
Stone columns to match stone on house
have a stone foundation that’s exposed,” Nilsen says, “you can have stone columns with your fence.” The repetition of elements reinforces the fence’s association with the home’s architecture. Shown: There’s brick siding on this home’s first floor and stone columns on the porch; this fence’s stone posts
Front door and porch. The stone columns and color
have a stone foundation that’s exposed,” Nilsen says, “you can have stone columns with your fence.” The repetition of elements reinforces the fence’s association with the home’s architecture. Shown: There’s brick siding on this home’s first floor and stone columns on the porch; this fence’s stone posts
“Posts” — centralcoastoriginal
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