Did you have to put a water sealant over the stone?
original stone wall in the shower?
love the old, rustic looking stone
into the stone wall. The whitewashed, wide-plank Z door adds softness to this weathered room. Rough wood above is the perfect ceiling choice. Carry the look all the way through every detail with antique hooks and door latches. Keep it honest with exposed plumbing and electrical conduits whenever possible
Natural stone shower tile keeps the main bathroom's look in line with the rest of the home. A stencil on the stained concrete floor adds a subtle decorative element. Fixtures: Rohl; stenciled floor pattern: Jill Valliere Design
Stone steps to lake. Consider extending dock back
add few stones down side of house in grass area
Stepping stones in the grass - pretty!
A few stone steps move across a vast lawn and connect with a low, curved boardwalk. The walk is obviously functional, leading people to the waterfront in the distance. Yet it gives the landscape a dramatic focal point. Simply sublime.More:Teach Your Landscape Rhythm