852,430 stone house Home Design Photos

Greg Hebert Landscape Architect
1 Review
European Cottage Garden
Antique granite cobblestones lead to a parking spot next to the stone house. Gail E. Zerbe
Consider this an option for the south side of the house. A partially pavered driving surface with grass in middle leading to back
stone path where just where tire drive...block stone and grass. clean lines...path leading tot he house
“stone path where just where tire drive” — floralamson
I LOVE THIS! The stone walls and ancient
EVERYTHING! Stone, house, door,shutters,GASLIGHTS, front step, walkway
stone facade, black shutter, double wood door
Lovely proportion stone house...light stone colored walls...stone house...Dans house...Love this house!!...This house is beautiful...front stone and color...LIGHT STONE...exterior stone
“no paines” — roseyswife
Mortar Architecture + Development
Boiling Springs Residence
home closer to the adjacent pond, the restoration of a historical stone boat house, and a modern connection between the two structures. This design called
An extensive renovation and addition to a 1960’s-era spec house on a lovely private pond, this project sought to give a contemporary upgrade to a property
to incorporate classical elegance with a modern interpretation. The new house is reconceived as a three part project – the relocation of the existing home
“Cozy idea.” — toetappinnana
Dear Garden Associates, Inc.
1 Review
Making the Best of a Forgotten Space
The spring house with its typically flooded floor. The plant growing on the face of the spring house is a Climbing Hydrangea (Hydrangea anomala sub. p
A charming stone spring house marks the end of the side yard garden. Climbing hydrangea
A charming stone spring house marks the end of the side yard garden. Climbing hydrangea (Hydrangea
A charming stone spring house marks the end of the side yard garden. Climbing hydrangea (Hydrangea anomala subsp. petiolaris) partially covers its facade
“stone shed” — suzettena
Bliss Garden Design
8 Reviews
Beach House, Bainbridge Island
change from the grass to paving stones to stones. Great colours as well with the wooden, corrugated iron.
the stepping stones. Gold-toned crushed gravel echoes the colors of the interior.
gold toned crushed gravel, level, large edging stones
spots) and Corsican mint (in shadier spots) grows between the stepping stones.The house is built in a U shape, surrounding the courtyard. Gold-toned crushed
from one wing of the house to the other, you see a seamless design.
“When you look across the courtyard from one wing of the house to the other, you see
MonteThis story is a stellar example of how to create harmony between a house and its surrounding landscape. While the existing yard was nice, the improved
“maybe” — vanillamendoza
Wright Building Company
4 Reviews
Custom Colonial
Love the mixture of stone and white siding
stone on all front of part of house with siding and dormers
The colonial revival houses still being built are probably best defined as neoeclectic. The mixture of rustic stone and classical details has become very
as can be seen in the next three examples.While the center body of this house follows the traditional configuration, a wing at left and the protruding
“garage connection” — bkmk4
Washington Marble & Granite
Contrasting Kitchen Tops
Stone House LLC
“Round end table” — elsonlane
34 Reviews
Country Home Chic
Remodel of 70's era rancher stone house into contemporary retreat for a fox hunter foyer
“Entry” — fresnedo74
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