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McKinney York Architects
Mt. Barker Residence
type of stone was used on the exterior?
size of stone. may be too modern
outside stone and stucco color stone without grout showing
Low entrance, stone walls, all glass foyer
courtyard some uncovered, love wall with one side stone and other stucco, address, walkway over water?
Stone work outside size of stone is great, more modern than rustic
What do you like about this photo? Stone entrance
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Huestis Tucker Architects, LLC
Huestis Tucker Architects, LLC
My stone is 2in thick and hardwood is 1/2 in thick. Would it look bad to do stone on floor like you did? Love your room!!! It is my inspiration
type of stone on fireplace? where was it purchased?
The stone is native Connecticut field stone. I don't know who the supplier was. All the best, Jennifer
fireplace.. I like stone but I also like the flat bottom so kids can not get hurt
wall color & ceiling colors...pick up same tones in fireplace stone
stone fireplace in living room? Don't like this stone. Cute chairs
Rock Bottom Tile and Stone LLC
Cafe Light Travertine Pavers and Ivoria 12x24 Vein Cut Travertine Tile Project
Travertine Tile. Material provided by Rock Bottom Tile and Stone LLC, photo credit to www.GeorgeGutenberg.com, Interiro Design credit to Kathleen DiPaolo. Visit our online showroom at www.rockbottomtileandstone.com
backsplash tiles. Not quite modern enough though for my taste.
Tile. Would this work in a bathroom?
like the floor tile and the color scheme here
ceasar stone counter
Round marble table, floor tile
CaesarStone 2141 Blizzard
floor tiles...floor stone...Ceasear stone...stone tile...floor tile
Jennifer Worts Design Inc.
little tiles, so it is ok goin or instal 18 x 18 marble tile ( meant for floor) called statuary nieve; nice white with just very soft gray on it. Also i want the ilusion of a big slab doing that way. is it ok or it would look great? I got the tiles from MGSI on Lines il. Oh all my cabinets are dark
like a stone or elongated porcelain tile
Backsplash is the same as the countertop but due to natural color variation and movement in natural stone it can appear different. Both the countertop and backsplash can be found
natural stone supplier. Keep in mind due to natural variation created by the earth slabs can and will not look exactly as shown in this installation. The material is a marble which is more susceptible to staining and will etch. A fine installation in a kitchen but education and proper expectations of the
Arizona Designs Kitchens and Baths
Arizona Tile in Tucson, AZ. This granite is also known as Copper Antique, Crystal Mahogany or Cherry Brown.
backsplash, tile flooring, and countertops are called.
hood with tile back splash to celling
like the way the tile goes to the ceiling behind the hood.
Natural wood cabinetry with tile floor
tiles all the way up the wall, shaker cabinets
stain on knotty pine with tile rock?
River rock wall as partition, java grey island pebble tile
Whole wall- alternate tile sides and floor
Green and blues in natural stone
dark stone in shower - white bathroom
rocks with white tile & mirror
Bath. entire Shower Wall done in JAVA Grey island Stone. Lovely.
textured tile in variegated shades is so strong that one wall of it is plenty.
Exteriors By Chad Robert
Private Residence II
stone idea for lake house area by front stone.....
got it all going, fire water, stone
Like the rectangular stepping stones mixed with large rocks
clever lantern shaped saltillo tile carpet layout
(such as tile and stone), mulch (such as gravel) and plants with low fuel/high moisture content (such as lawn and succulents). This home's courtyard provides a firebreak that uses noncombustible hardscape and less-flammable plants.