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Paul Moon Design
4 Reviews
Douglas Fir Interior
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procured the stone and its color?
stacked stone from Eldorado Stone. Color- Alderwood.
stone colm at end of counter top--just like vist
notice stone is similar and paired with these cabinets and hardware
stone pillar between kitchen and dining” “Wood and stone but not too dark” “Stone pillar and layout for old mill” “I like the stone wall, wood floors, and lighting” “Look at stone for refrigerator surrouns” “wrap
Kitchen - stacked stone column....good visual transition
“Like the color” — tsilia07
Albrecht Wood Interiors
6 Reviews
Outdoor Spaces
Ideabooks9,616
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What is the name and brand of the pillar lights used for this project?
These look great - are these pillars on concrete footings or is
outside stone facade? It is perfect.
is is stone veneer over built out wood posts? Thanks.
with Air Stone. My question is, how should the railing attach? Do I need to attach it to the 4x4 post or can I attach it to the plywood box? Or can it attach after the stone veneer is set?
Each column base is a plywood box that has been weather proofed and faux stone was used.
outside stone facade is Torino Stackledge cultured stone with limestone caps/tops.
with the stone pillars mixed in
Stone pillars (we can use stone base), cable railing, and wood deck.
Stone posts and thin vertical cord railing (climbing danger?)
“Back deck space arrangement.” — James Chang
Stephanie Ann Davis Landscape Design
HH1
Ideabooks2,984
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brand of stone used on these columns?
Love the patio stone - can you tell me what that is and where it is from? Thanks!
blend of stone. About 2/3 Oklahoma flagstone ledger and 1/3 deer creek ledger blend available at Bourget Brothers in Santa Monica. Thanks for you question.
We call the material Navajo. It is a type of sandstone. We manufacture it in a thin stone veneer or a full bed depth version. Either would work
similar stone for your project. Our site is arnoldstone.com
Oklahoma flag stone ledger and deer creek stone blended
stone pillar in back of house
the arrangement of the stones cool
stone, metal and wood combo
eneer stone. We'll start with the most common method seen in many homes today, which is veneer. I'm typically not a huge fan of veneer when it comes to any type of building material, but these gorgeous veneer stone columns changed that long-held thought in the blink of an eye. Being less labor intensive
“bourget. bros” — laineyloo2
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Craftsman Cottage Front Porch
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Are the wood posts sitting on top of the stone pillar bases or is the stone built around the wood pillars?
What is the width of the stone pillar and the width of
or 24" stone pillars on my front porch and like the proportion of these. What is the width of the stone column, the slate base under the wood pillar, and the wood pillar? Also, what is the height of the stone pillar?
brick pillars and want to attach a wooden support pillar?
The wood posts normally would be sitting on footers at depth for frost line, tube forms can be used around the posts for cementing them in, then the stone has a support to sit on around the posts. Also best to stain the posts prior to in
like the wood and stone combo, could carry the wood from
“Cedar post with stone” — taustin432
Lucas Associates Architects
2 Reviews
Deep Creek Lake, MD
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upper stone deck and cantilervered pergola. Photo by Robert Creamer
of each stone column the wood beams are thu-bolted and attached to a galvanized steel bracket reinforced with steel angles vertically down through the stone columns. The two beams then act in an intersecting cantilever situation. However the success of the structural effort is that the wood trellis, carefully
stone piers with strongly scaled pergola
“Roof” — dans01
Richard Leggin Architects
Arts and Crafts
Ideabooks21,820
Questions9
to the stone? This is the look I want in a current renovation, but contractor says he's not sure how to attach stone and wood. This is quite beautiful! Great idea on the rail system.
what is the name of the stone used under the column?
What type of stone is used?
have the stone on my covered front porch. Is the stone durable enough to survive Winters without cracking etc.
Arts/Crafts style with stonework and pillars
Stone and columns for porch remodel.
timber and stone, why not use both? The terrific mix of materials adds character to this veranda. Simply designed balustrades and rails help the stone pillars give the space substance.
“outdoor can lights” — msnyder01
Traditional Landscape
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The designer has employed the concept of asymmetrical balance; one garden bed is larger than the other but is weighted to look equal. The stone pillar mimics the lamppost, bringing continuity
like the stone pillar on the right of the path.
equal. The stone pillar mimics the lamppost, bringing continuity to the space. Notice how the caladiums (Caladium sp, zones 9 to 10) are more prominent in the smaller bed on the right. Acting as a fulcrum, they balance the beds, making them visually pleasing. A carpet of ground cover in the foreground of
equal. The stone pillar mimics the lamppost, bringing continuity to the space. Notice how the caladiums (Caladium sp, zones 9 to 10) are more prominent in the smaller bed on the right. Acting as a fulcrum, they balance the beds, making them visually pleasing. A carpet of ground cover in the foreground of
“Ground cover that surrounds walk ways in front of house” — swright99
R.J. Gurley Custom Homes
5 Reviews
Pool
Ideabooks8,123
Questions5
Love this! Can you please share what material / application used on ceiling? And what stone was used on walls? Beautiful...
field stone just came from a local stone supplier who quarries it from state land in northern Arizona.
landscape, its stone pillars echoing the bold tree trunks and cacti at the edge of the pool. I like how the curved pool intersects the patio, its distinct edge suggesting an almost yin-yang pattern. Sometimes this pool is the positive form, but depending on the time of day and the position of the sun, it can
“patio deck” — nmdreamhome
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