112,446 stone facades for homes Home Design Photos

New Urban Home Builders
11 Reviews
Hill Country Arts and Crafts
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did you use to attach it to the stone on the exterior of the home? My hubby is going to attempt to make me something similar and is worried Bout finding the right hardware. Your response would be so helpful, and I would be so grateful! Thanks, Stevi
is this a stone venire and where can i find this
this.. love the color and shape of the stone
is this a stone venire and where can i find this.. love the color and shape of the stone
with the mason or the stone yard you are working with. There is white, gray, and gold/brown. You just need the mix that will work for the look you are going after. I like the slurried look, it will look great with limestone. I hope this helps.
Thank you for the question. The stone is from the Austin
“Nice awning over window. put over door?” — katharina1
Burleson Design Group
High Ridge Ranch
Ideabooks5,799
Questions4
What is the name of the stone used on the exterior?
barn looking....too much stone for us. but several big squares that look like they go together
Love the metal roof, stone, cedar and modern style
Maybe a nice idea to convert an old ranch home to
board and batt siding w/ metal roof and stone
Love the single level Hill Country Home with dog trot and casita!
“country style with stone” — ybot
Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Westlake Residence
Ideabooks2,189
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gatherings or small, intimate groups. The flow and design of the home provides for privacy from surrounding properties and streets, as well as to focus all of the entertaining to the center of the home. Finished in late 2006, the home features Icynene insulation, cork floors and thermal chimneys to exit
Westlake Residence is a contemporary Texas Hill Country home. The house is designed to accommodate the entire family, yet flexible in its design to be able to scale down into living only in 2,200 square feet when the children leave in several years. The home includes many state-of-the-art green features and
Stone half wall while still keeping things light.
“everything is cool. mantle, shelves, light” — baholt
FGY Architects
6 Reviews
Woodside Estate
Ideabooks2,310
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A custom estate with Main house, Pool House, Art Studio, and detached garage. The stone and stucco house, reminiscent of rustic stone homes from the south of France, looks out onto the pool and yard on one side and inward to an enclosed courtyard on the other. Modern technology is hidden amongst the
What is the landscaping? What type of rock/stone/gravel, what is it?
like the mixture of brick and stone
photos, getting closer to mix of plaster and stone
LOVE THE COURTYARD LOOK - DOES THIS LOOK LIKE A TEXAS HOME? I LIKE THE ROCK (ROUGH) WALLS ON 2 STORY PORTION OF HOUSE.
stucco stone wood beams over windows, garage doors
love the stone with stucco, shutter colors
garage door, stucco color, dark windows, white stone
“Joining a duplex” — development
Cameo Homes Inc.
11 Reviews
Cameo Homes Inc., Utah's Luxury Home Builders & Remodelers
Ideabooks20,042
Questions13
Cameo Homes Inc., Utah's Luxury Home Builders & Remodelers
Park City Showcase of Homes in Utah
Utah Luxury Home Builders & Remodelers
What type of stone did you use on this fireplace?
What kind of stone is this?
Since Cameo Homes hasn't replied yet, I can offer an answer. The wall is not solid stone, it is stone veneer, probably over a wood frame. If you look at the corner of the wall where it is bumped into the room, you can see the the stone is only a couple of inches thick. So the
Browns Canyon is the name of this natural stone.
Use a different stone inside at fireplace and other accent wall versus the stone outside
Stone for fireplace except detail directly above fire
Browns Canyon Stone is stone in fireplace
“TV above fireplace would look like this ...” — kreynier
Arcanum Architecture
Menlo Oaks Residence
Ideabooks21,905
Questions12
Keep coming back to this home
I have looked at dozens of home on many, many websites, and continue coming back to this home. I wonder if you have other photos, and floor plans for this home? Thank you so much... Alicia
What is the square footage Of the home? How many bedrooms and baths?
Do you have any interior pictures and what size is the home?
Nice 'American Gothic", nostalgic feeling... an inviting facade and plantings
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“Cozy” — jennleah04
Stephenson Design Collective
4 Reviews
Peninsula Shift
Ideabooks1,592
Questions0
FACADE GREY ... COLOURBOND???
I like this idea for a smaller home
What a cool looking home, narrow homes can get lots of natural lighting
lower than that of a structure built onsite, you’ll save time, as the structure and site work can occur simultaneously. This prefabricated home, by Method Homes, boasts a waste stream — meaning the amount of waste that leaves the construction site — of less than 10 percent. Because prefabrication ultimately
be lower than that of a structure built onsite, you’ll save time, as the structure and site work can occur simultaneously.This prefabricated home, by Method Homes, boasts a waste stream — meaning the amount of waste that leaves the construction site — of less than 10 percent. Because prefabrication ultimately
“Bungalow” — popart
Robeson Design
13 Reviews
Iron Work, hand forged custom Iron window treatments for Luxury Home in So. Cal
Ideabooks6,586
Questions4
Iron Work, hand forged custom Iron window treatments for Luxury Home in So. Cal
California home. Geometric shapes combine to create a subtle yet striking division between the spaces. Installed within the window casings, the screens measure 24" X 48" allowing the viewer a subtly look from room to room while creating a decorative element within the space. When Iron work in a home has
style homes, Interior Designer Rebecca Robeson finds a way to incorporate Iron in a new and fresh way using geometric shapes to transition between rooms. Custom welders followed Rebeccas plans meticulously in order to keep the lines clean and sophisticated for a seamless design element in this home. All
All staircases and railings in this home share similar linear lines while window embellishments and room divider screens include softer curves to add grace to the geometric shapes. For a closer look at this home, watch our YouTube videos: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OsNt46xGavY http://www.youtube
“Nice” — hedley1
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