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Rachel Reider Interiors
the curved stone wall would like nice on the back patio.
Near pool. On left or right side, them higher wall to left and right
colour combination is pleasant
patio plus stone work
Stone wall...Raised stone garden...Thin Stone Veneer...stone deck...stone wall style...Stone for fireplace...stone walls on deck...offset stone patio...shingle siding
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Martis Camp #246
What is the stone used on this fireplace? What part of the country is it from?
It is called falls creek ledge stone. I believe it comes from northern Idaho and Montana.
Stairs and railing, combination of wood and metal
stair going up side to loft
Stairs, metal siding, railing, rock work
stone color, shape, size with a rustic mantle
stars is the great room, swathed in unadorned glass windows and walls to allow the outdoors to blend with the interiors. The fireplace, made fully of stone, retains heat from the fire and southern sun throughout winter; it also grounds the great room with its sheer size. "The home has a lot of windows to
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probably just sand. Pretty green moss will grow in between the stones if they are not set with cement.
I just made a circle pad out of old bricks. Can you tell me what is used between the cracks to fill on the natural cement colored stone that form a circle in this picture?
What's the ground cover creeping into the edges of the stones? I love that look!
Like the rockwall with ground cover on the other side. Look great by parking pad
Stone wall, combination of plants and shrubs
I could see a stacked wall similar to this along side our deck with river rock
white flowering ground cover eases the transition to stone wall
Linda McDougald Design | Postcard from Paris Home
Lake Keowee: Smith Private Residence
With its cedar shake roof and siding, complemented by Swannanoa stone, this lakeside home conveys the Nantucket style beautifully. The overall home design promises views to be enjoyed inside as well as out with a lovely screened porch with a Chippendale railing. Throughout the home are unique and striking
Gorgeous! What can you tell me about the stone on the floor? Is this room ground level or built on a deck?
What is the stone on the fireplace?
Is the blue stone floor a veneer?
Thank you! It is a blue stone in a regular pattern on a raised floor.
The chairs are the Croquet Side Chairs by Summer Classics and are available to order through Postcard from Paris Home. Thanks.
Nice way to finish ceiling, combine stone, etc
Island Gardens Company
Pathways and Steps
Love the lavender and the stone steps
Love the stones with mossy grass
combination of heights of planting
Love the stone steps.
Like stones and flowes
natural stone steps/ slabs
North side of house?
Stone steps and ground cover
Lavender surrounding stone pathway
stone outdoor staircase
Stone steps...Side stairs...stone path...Stone stairs...stone steps...stone walkway...stone wall...stone pathway
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
This is a perfect color for my patio which we are planning to do this year. Please tell me what color are the stones called?
We purchase most of our stone from Norwood Marble and Granite. They are a local company and are located in Brentwood, MD. Thank you, Case Design/Remodeling Inc.
Manufacturer, style and color of stone please
Like lighting on both sides if door
Red doors look great on all kinds of homes, from traditional to more contemporary, from brick homes to those clad in siding or stucco. The color red works well with many colors, like yellow, green, blue, black or white.
New Mood Design LLC
New Mood Design
Metal details are unusual and very striking next to the stone work.
entryway foreshadows much of what awaits inside. "The colors [of the stone] reminded me of the Colorado landscape — mining towns, earth, rock, mountains and sky," McAlear says. "Also it was the most clean-cut, flat and rectangular stone they had." All of these attributes made it the right choice for the
the warm, contemporary mood she was creating. McAlear also chose the stainless steel door, which picks up on the silvery grays in the stone and lets visitors know they are not about to enter a rustic mountain home full of antlers and mooseheads.
GEL: Griffin Enright Landscape
Sunset Park Residence
Incorporate stones. The newly popular arid gardens and xeriscape landscapes integrate stones as sculptural elements, adding interest to sparse plantings. The garden here has a combination of rugged stones, flat architectural pavers and a stone-faced wall. The similar colors of the stones create a cohesive
cohesive look. When selecting stones, work with your landscape architect to specify exact colors and finishes. Ask for samples of the selected stone types so that you can place them in your yard and see how they look under different light conditions and when they are wet. Observing the way they look on
on your site for a few days will help you make the right decision on stone color.