14,384 stone forest fountain Home Design Photos

William MastonArchitect & Associates
Santa Barbara/Mediterranean Style
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The stone is gorgeous! What is it, and where is it from?
This is so beautiful. The warmth of the stone complements the stucco perfectly. I would appreciate any info on the stone. Is it a veneer? Who makes it?
of the stone trim around the door
wonder if we can paint our fountain area similar to the stone fountain here.....
Love the stone tile roof and stucco
don't like the stone face blend with stucco on the front of the home ... but I like the dominant feature of the front door
“elevation and colors” — cbrophytx
Loudoun County Premier Home Builder
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DeForest Architects
7 Reviews
Courtyard House
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Surround dem stones around the garden
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stones around plants
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WoW grass border of stone
washington De forest arch.
Garden stones...stone boarder...DeForest Architects
“The view” — Ken Pear
Pool Environments, Inc.
14 Reviews
Renovation II Modern
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for the fountain that spills a gentle ribbon of water into the pool.
for the fountain that spills a gentle ribbon of water into the pool. “The exposed aggregate of the original decking was hard on your feet,” says Chris Polito of Pool Environments. “And there are other products with larger aggregate that replace the plaster and are also hard on your feet, so we used a much
“deck” — jabirujan
Harold Leidner Landscape Architects
31 Reviews
French Casual
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gardens, stone walls, antique limestone paving, a raised pool, a putting green, fire pit and lush gardens with relaxing shade and blooming shrubs
Integration of timbers and stone in a casual country French design. Very elegant AND livable
Love the covered walkway and the stone and shutters
courtyard that surrounds the pool/fountain and brings the whole house together
“stained shutters” — magfull
Modern Exterior
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like concrete and wood and dark stone
levels stucco stone and wood
fountain and planters
Stone, wood, paingggggggt
Wood stone glass exterior
gray stone...and the stone work...Fountain idea...Front Fountain...stone exterior...water fountain
“materials” — scanmod
Windsor Companies
4 Reviews
Windsor Companies
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custom-made fountain is integrated into the wall, a bed of lush flowers is woven into the bluestone, and a view to the surrounding landscape is framed by the posts of the deck above. The rear patio is made of large bluestone pieces. Grassy seams between the stone soften the hard surface. Towering evergreens
type of stone/color was used for the wall? Thanks!
common stone types sourced from here. This stone is Eden.
I would like to know what kind of stone (paver?) these walls and stairs are! Thank you, in design mode now for our New Jersey home.
love this rock wall....would this go with our stone walkway?
“Retain wall” — tkrkptrck
Maddock Construction Company
5 Reviews
Elevation
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kind of stone is the brick?
Love this home! What is the stone for the front stoop and sidewalk?
Stone is from Eden Stone. It's the Country Manor Blend. They used a mixture of Snapped and Bedfaced stones while pulling a stone proud of the rest every so often. The masonry joint utilized was a struck joint
Lovely stone window & door surround
The stone we used on this home was from Eden Stone in Eden, Wisconsin. It is their "Country Manor Blend". We used a mixture of "Snapped" and "Bedfaced" stones, while pulling a stone proud of the rest every so often. The masonry joint we utilized here was a "Struck" joint.
“Stone” — plchamp
Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association
2013 ALE: The Mountaintop Pool Project
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groomed forest on a meandering mulch path 400' in length. This acts as a compression to exaggerate the release you experience when encountering the pool floating in a field at the edge of the forest. There is no formal paving, just five flagstone slabs (4'x12') floating with simple chaises on them. There
through the forest by hand. The hand trenching ensured minimal insult to the forest tree root systems. The mature pines in the field near the pool were protected by fencing during construction. And where root systems had to be traversed , we protected them from compaction with plywood, mulch, and geotextile
extending the forest to the waters' edge. Care was taken not to create a vignette in the field, but a landscape that has no visual boundaries. Through the use of native plants, natural architectural materials and the preservation of existing forest and field conditions, we have produced a calm, natural recreational
“Like the steps into the pool” — nanajane52
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