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Sater Design Collection, Inc.
Sater Group Luxury Home Plan Renovation
what stone is used on this house? Marble? If so, what is the exact name of it? thanks.
This is a good combination of arches, stone & stucco in the Mediterranean style.
Grass between side walk
Paving stones and moss
love the grass/stone thing
steping stones with grass
like larger stone - even
outside stone...Paver stones...Exterior stone...Stone and grass...the stone
looking pretty dated, so we gave it a makeover! We used Cumaru decking, mahogany rail caps and posts, and Atlantis Cable-Rail. We added quartzite Deck Stone panels to accent the steps, benches and planters. The decking was installed using the Kreg hidden fastening system and was finished with Wolman EHT-Hardwood
Love tile details with the wood! Where do I get quartzite deck stone?
Is it just a man made stone looking tile? What an awesome deck!
We are actually a dealer for Stone Deck in the New England area. If you are located elsewhere, just Google Stone Deck and you should be able to find a source. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks!
The stone combined with the wood of the deck
A Country Place
terraced area on back side of pool
walk ways, patios and stone wall
Stone pathways one leading to large pool
Need this coloring to match brownish dry laid stone walls
a lot of different rock, stone, levels, and design leading to pool
Peagravel framed with soldier row of bricks, multiple textures stone gravel etc.
Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association
Emerick Patio Garden
seating area-stone for California Room wall
love the brick and flagstone combination
to grass and stone. Use of stand-alone firepit rather than built in stone walled fire pit.
Like the different sized stone on right
I like the stone walls that define the outdoor space giving a cozy feel within another layer of landscaping.
Cynthia Knauf Landscape Design Inc
HOME IN A MEADOW
I have Mexican Wedding stones and wonder how to keep them clean?
Over the brown patio stone walkway
like the stone and pebble path
Reminder re careful stone placement and juxtaposition
Like the stones w flat rocks
dolphin square landscaping stones
Layers of the stones
The texture combination
perceived movement stones outside slabs
Natural Stone Pavers
side porch...The stones...Pebbles and stones...Use of river stone....stepping stones
Designscapes Colorado Inc.
Best Project Shots
Creeping tyme and salvia stepping stone secret garden spot
Love this. Stones and grass combination.
Love the creeping thyme in between stone
stone pathway with greenery in joints
The stone patio and creeping thyme look with flowered bed.
Fountain and stone/grass layout
Moss in between stone
Stone and ground cover
Thyme between patio stones
What type of stone slabs?
pattern of stones...The flag stone...stepping stone...stepping stones
Mark Brand Architecture
California Cool in the Castro-Bathroom
You have great style! What stone did you use on the floor and walls? Thank you.
What make are the stone and colour? What could I use in the shower stall to compliment it.
Where can I find the stone?
The wall tile is from Island Stone. It is their Cladding Series in Himarchal White. It is not from paylessfloors.
This is Island Stone Cladding in Himarchal White. This is a tub/shower, but it is not for everyday use. As a compliment
When you put your mouse on the pictures, you will see green tags. On one of the pictures, it indicates the stone wall is natural stacked stone in gray from www.paylessfloors.ca.
Is the mounting unit attached onto of the mirror? Or either side of the mirror? Just trying this out in my bathroom and I was wondering how it would be flush against the wall. Thank you!
is this a leader stone on the step and on the wall cap ? any idea on how to clean leauder ? we have leauder as coping around our pool and we are struggling to clean it. it seems to show up every
Cleaning any stone is something to be done carefully. I tend to err on the side of caution and go at it in incremental steps. Limestone and in particular Lueders is highly porous. The use of caustic materials can truly diminish the longevity of the stone and mortar and done incorrectly
environs - sealers (pool and cooking environments). Some people like the individual charm and character that stone takes on over time. For others they want to maintain the original look of the stone as first installed and it sounds like you fit into the later. Hope that helps some. Regards