528,964 stone decking Home Design Photos

Traditional Patio
Ideabooks1,895
Questions4
Is this pavestone or fake rock? Beautiful decking!
It is natural stone. Variegated Bluestone to be exact.
Like the stones and pattern for under our upper deck
Topped deck and like railings, although would require tempered glass to make meet code.
Pillars with lights and caste railings on the deck terrace/ terrace garden
“Patio” — amysladovnik
Prassas Landscape Studio LLC
6 Reviews
Roscoe Village Retreat
Ideabooks1,547
Questions2
What is the name of stone? And where can I buy it?
I want to make a deck by this stone and could you tell me how to make it and how much cost this stone? I am living in Virginia so where is the right place to order this stone. Thank you
can check with Charles Luck for this stone.
The stone is bluestone. In the Chicago area
great screening to close in under the raised deck.
I like this stone for a patio
stone stairs down the hill beside top or middle level (add another level in front of wood wall)
“floor” — avocraf82
Harmony Design Group
5 Reviews
Timeless Elegance
Ideabooks3,347
Questions5
What is the pool deck stone and coping style and color?
with salt water chlorination and the sandstone? Sun cause stone to lighten ? Problems with dirt?
you. A pool contractor that i often work with has seen some natural stones being damaged by the salt water in the pools. Some pool contractors are moving away from the salt water due to the damage its doing to the plaster and pool decking surfaces. If you would like to speak with me please give our office
this link to a stone supplier it should clarify your question regarding the stone. http://www.wickistone.com/Tennessee-Crab-Orchard_patio-Stone_Gray_Color_detailed_guide.html
Hello. I love your design but am confused if the pool patio is blue/grey sandstone or if is Tennessee flag stone? Can you clarify
“Coping and tile” — edward123
nancekivell home planning & design
4 Reviews
Rustic Cabin
Ideabooks8,516
Questions3
Stone also plays an important role in creating the desired character for this project. This stone terrace shown here uses a dry laid technique using Chief River veneer and full range random cut blue stone deck. Photo: Paul Crosby
Can you tell me how the deck is constructed. I'd love to do something similar.
This terrace has a block foundation on frost footings, back filled with a concrete slab poured on top. Stone veneer on vertical surface and random bluestone flag for deck surface. See pictures attached. Hope this helps.
I like these stones as a profile (the wall of the patio)
Nice colol combo and stone with roof
about (walls, veneer) This stone terrace shown here uses a dry laid technique using Chief River veneer and full range random cut blue stone deck. Photo: Paul Crosby” “on top. Stone veneer on vertical surface and random bluestone flag for deck surface
“Overhang supports” — hollylross
Acorn Garden Houses
Pool House
Ideabooks13,112
Questions7
What is the stain and type of wood on the deck?
The deck is so beautiful!! How do you put lights in it?
They are a 1 watt LED deck light in copper, but you can get them in 316 grade stainless steel. They require a driver to run the lights and any qualified electrician can install
Wood deck stepping down into stone
outdoor room and deck and stone
closed, wood, stone, bar, lights on ground
One option for a deck down
everything you need under one roof for easy and relaxed gatherings. The outdoor kitchen and dining suite are all under cover, while the extended timber deck can be utilised for big family functions or parties.SHOW USHave you renovated your patio area recently? Tell us about it and send us your before and
“lighting” — Matt 'Doney'
Lang Pools Inc.
12 Reviews
Lap Pool
Ideabooks15,467
Questions6
Hi. What type of stone was used for the decking and coping?
impact is minimized. Are the flagstones at the far end removable to access the cover? It seems like they are not mortared in like the coping and decking? Other lessons learned? I am very attracted to this option but want to minimize visual impact when cover is open.
Natural stone would not be frost free because it can absorb water. Frost free tile is manufactured to prevent water absorption which helps protect it from frost
Nice design! I am looking for 6x6 frost proof tiles for inside pool like these. Hard to find! can you tell me if any natural stone would be frost free & where these tiles came from? Many Thanks!
Stone with wood floor and pool color
“Pool” — milanbrittlucic
Fivecat Studio | Architecture
3 Reviews
Pelham Shingle Style for a Modern Family
Ideabooks4,618
Questions1
Deck with slate. Love the deck to patio transition.
poured top stone steps
stairs, lights in the stone
lights in stone...stone deck...stone foundation...Stone steps...Cool deck tiers...The blue stone...L deck & steps...Blue stone...Layout for decking...Stone stairs...I love the deck...Blue stone steps...deck railing...stone wall
“Corner steps” — Jennifer Chapman Iatropoulos
Blue Sky Building Company
7 Reviews
Villa Toscana
Ideabooks8,089
Questions4
What is the stone used here in the picture? Is is dry or concrete layed?
The Stone Garden Nina Brown 6955 Market Street Wilmington, NC 28411 910-452-1619
I like the stone of the fire pit.
like the stones on fire pit
I love the co,or of this stone
stacked stone fire table, but want
I like color of ledge stone on fire pit.
I like the stone flat top you could sit on.
“Retaining wall stone” — laurajermacans
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