300,547 stone post Home Design Photos

Matthew Korn Architecture AIA
Sag Harbor
I like the stone wrapped around the supporting posts of pergola
Fence posts of stone with the white fencing in between
Do you know the stone type/color?...could add some stone into fence...Pergola w stone posts...massive pergolas; gates; stone pillars...stone posts white fence
“great architectural features” — dawnwaller
Witt Construction
3 Reviews
2007 Showcase
I like the stone work around the support beams. Is it separate support, or does
paint/stain finish on the posts, railing and casing with black rod iron spindles. would you recommend painting white for the casing and posts, and leave the handrail
the wood beams on the porch? Also, what support is on the inside of the stone?
decide what look you prefer. I'd leave the iron spindles alone. Keep your posts and rail the stained wood colour. Risers, and moulding all white, similar
Cleaver use of stone for support....Stair rail and deco at top of posts
“Post 3” — bigsteel
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
stone on columns for raised beam on pool
Veneer 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
“Stone” — rbabst
Stonewood, LLC
19 Reviews
instead of full-stone to make the facade appear larger?
has light brick and stone and these colors would look great! What are the names and brands of paint and stain used here?
How much is the price of the bollards with stone
Custom home builders don't typically post floor plans online - they are too easy to replicate and their clients prefer
Stonewood, LLC, I'm thinking this stone is Country Ledgestone. Would you mind saying if that is correct and also which color it is? Thank you so very much
thank you, I am just saying that if the house is of a smaller-scale then all stone might make it too small. Do you agree?
What type of stone is used on this
“door and light placement” — unclereese
Pool Environments, Inc.
19 Reviews
What size are the columns along with the dimensions of the stone base (height and width)?
Oklahoma is readily available. I would check with your local stone yard. They should be able to help you locate it.
Patio transition,posts on shade structure
Tin roof, stone post with wood...Planters, stone, posts...stone clad columns...stone clad columns!
“Flowered pots” — Frieda Thiel Bradbury
Lucas Associates Architects
2 Reviews
Deep Creek Lake, MD
View toward lake through upper stone deck and cantilervered pergola. Photo by Robert Creamer
How is this standing without a 4th "post/column?" How fascinating!
At the top 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
this would be nice for the bomb fire,pergulla with stone & stamped concrete
“Floating corner” — Prime Electrical Service
3 Reviews
New Home Build
a seat built with the stone bricks
Stone posts...Stone for the firepit...stone post / lighting...Stone tables
“Ginger shade for trim” — cmann
Exteriorscapes llc
5 Reviews
idea of the gabions has been used here to create stone-filled wire columns that
Ingenious !!! DIY job. Iron+pebbles=easy. Plus a little solar light between posts.
The same idea of the gabions has been used here to create stone-filled wire columns that are supporting
The same idea of the gabions has been used here to create stone-filled wire columns that are supporting dry, planted rills. The mixed gray
“stone and wire” — magnolia home improvement
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