447,853 stone pillars Home Design Photos

Simmonds & Associates, Inc.
An East Bay Garden
visitor up the hill to a redwood hot tub, set in a deck amongst walls and stone pillars, overlooking the property. Another winding path takes the visitor to
retaining wall was saved and forms the backdrop for a long fountain with two stone water sources. Almost an acre in size, the property has several destinations
Wood and stone. A stone wall makes a striking backdrop to this redwood hot tub tucked among the trees. The tall stone pillars also help block wind
tucked among the trees. The tall stone pillars also help block wind and provide privacy.
standing stones/ simplicity ...maybe slate on
A stone wall makes a striking backdrop to this redwood hot tub tucked among the trees. The tall stone pillars also help block wind and
“soaking tub” — kathlynq
Witt Construction
2 Reviews
showcase 2008
Can you tell me the dimensions of the stone columns? Thanks.
stained concrete with awesome stone and wood beams
scone lights on stone pillars by kitchen
wood enclosure around ducts. stone facade on pillar around jack posts
Stone column dimensions....gray stones. The wood beams....Stone post...love the stone pillars...Pillars of stone...Stone and wood...The stone pillars...Basement in stone...Stone pillars...Stone walls and beams...Brick around the pillars...Love the stone pillars....stone columns and wood beam...Beams and stone
“Stone” — keepert0m
Albrecht Wood Interiors
6 Reviews
Outdoor Spaces
of the pillar lights used for this project?
These look great - are these pillars on concrete footings or is is stone veneer
What is the name of the rock used on the pillars.
What is the outside stone facade? It is perfect.
Which faux stone did you use, and what is the color
The outside stone facade is Torino Stackledge cultured stone with limestone caps/tops.
Stone deck pillars that could transition well to stone patio area below, and modern railing
colors of stone, floor, house, rail too black
The faux stone is Torino Stackledge....really like the stone corners with...Stair with stones down the hill
“Piedra columnas” — clozanov1029
Stephanie Ann Davis Landscape Design
What is the brand of stone used on these columns?
Love the patio stone - can you tell me what that is and where it is from? Thanks!
It is a custom blend of stone. About 2/3 Oklahoma flagstone ledger and 1/3 deer creek ledger blend available at Bourget Brothers in Santa
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 on this application
installation type. We would be happy to work with you to provide a similar stone for your project. Our site is arnoldstone.com
stacked stone, like the regular look of the stone and the colors
Oklahoma flag stone ledger and deer creek stone blended
Like it for pillars but fireplace?
“verandah” — Kim Manuel
John Kraemer & Sons
36 Reviews
Tonka Bay (Lake Minnetonka) Addition
What type of stone is used throughout the interior?
basement bar with stacked stone pillars
representative of using stone on the columns between the counter. However, I don't like the stone here. LBH
Stone and wood combo...Stack stone...Stone pillars & wood...stone columns...stone accents...Stone pillars...Brick pillars...pillar X 3...stacked stone...stone columns
“Stone” — ednadolan
Phillips Development
4 Reviews
Talon's Crest
Do you have any information on the carpet? The stone? Thanks.
Can you tell me the depth of the stone columns and cabinetry near the pool table? Also the depth of the drink ledge
The rug is sisel. The Stone is Jackson Ledge.
stone pedestal...stone wall...accent stone...Stone pillars....stone columns family room...stone columns...Separation with Stone Pillars...stonework pillars and wood beams...Stone pillars...Stone Pillars, exposed beams...Stone Column...stone slightly rustic...and pillars both sides...Love the stone on the
“Ceiling and pillars both sides” — krisallie
Anna Looper
Craftsman Cottage Front Porch
Are the wood posts sitting on top of the stone pillar bases or is the stone built around
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
What is the width of the stone pillar and the width
and the wood pillar? Also, what is the height of the stone pillar?
What if you have preexisting brick pillars and want to attach a wooden support pillar?
I, too, would like this information. I'm thinking 24" stone footing and 12" built posts for my carport. But this looks closer to 20" footing and 10"
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
wood/stain on the pillars? Thank you.
“only thicker columns stained dark to match our wood tones” — Katie Eikmeier
April Elizabeth
8 Reviews
Wasatch Parade
palette & increasing my contrasts. I stunned the builder when I specified stone & sconces for the columns...he let me have total control on this one.
Looks like Coronado Stone, but can't tell for sure. Thanks,
cultured stone from owens corning best...but from what I remember when I designed this show home the builder may have had me select the stone from eldorado
No I do not. The builder had not specified them with stone, that was something I added before that they were just plain drywall columns
am guessing they were a little over two feet wide...give or take with the stone.
eldorado stone which was giving him a better price. It is not nearly as rich in color as I like.
What type of stone was used?
“stone pillars with trim finish on top” — nnclark11
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