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Lisa Stevens & Company, Inc.
Stone wall and step down bath
Stone, size, color and glass door
tub and shower in same room, stone wall
stone work and shower/tub
Drapes... Tile... Stone... Texture!
Beautiful stone bath
Stone work/ wet area
Stone wall....Love the stone!!...stone wall...Stone wall & sunken...Stone and walkin...Wall stone...Stone work...stone wall
Markay Johnson Construction
Atherton, California Estate by Markay Johnson Construction
What stone is used here and where is it from?
Like the stone work and French doors
Like the colors & stone chimney
All stone and stucco, single story
cute stone stucco metl roof paving dtone larger
Beautiful stone, windows and slate roof.
trim, flag stone, slate
Beautiful stone cottage
The finish on the stones
Exterior colors and stone
stone, pretty clean look
stucco stone idea...Stone, chimney...Stone exterior
Peter Zimmerman Architects
Additions and Renovation - Oley, PA
Stone mass by wood siding mass
Mixed roof tiles, red brick, stone exterior
Gray green siding by stone
French farm house ....stone
path, walkway, garden, stone
Stone house...Roof, stone walkway...brick & stone...Stone facade...Stone garage...stone exterior
Walnut Creek master bedroom and library
Evening lighting highlights the textural contrast of the stacked stone detailing around the corner gas fireplace. The soothing palette is adorned with metallic elements. Photo:Timothy Manning www.manningmagic.com
I love the stone wall. Is it faux and is so, what is the proud and it's color?
Hi Diana, this is real stone but in veneer panels- flats and corners- that snug in against each other. This one is by Daltile, the color is Golden Sun. The projection from the wall is about 3/4". I've attached a couple of close-ups for you to have a better idea of the range of color in the tile: from
What Not to do - cornice /stone = yuck, and stone strips = double yuck!!
Stone wall behind fireplace. With a portable
On Site Management, Inc.
What kind of stone on the fireplace
@GarryOrr thank you for your comment. The stone around the fireplace is Montana Field Stone Moss Rock, installed by Sandoval Masonry. Please let me know if you have any other questions.
Rustic with rough wood and cut stone
rock = montana field stone, moss rock
Stone work with white walls and wood trim
Boldenow & Associates LLC
Meadowmoor Cottage Inspiration, Blaise Hamlet, England
What is the climbing vine? I was wanting this look on my new house however I have been told the vine can damage the brick,stone, mortar?? What is your advice on that???
There are 3 different stone cottages pictured. They are in a British location near Bristol called Blaise Hamlet. One of them has been used as the inspriation for a home I built in a western suburb of Minneapolis for my wife and myself several years ago. They were designed by the
I love the stone on this house.
Avalon Northwest Landscape, LLC
8 courses around center stone. Each course is set so the lines are staggered.
pavers & stone wall & steps
patio with large pavers, stone steps
Cobblestones , stairs stone
i like the garden stones
Mix of green and stone
COTTAGE STONE BACK YARD LOOK
natural stone pavers
Stones and style...type of stones...stone path...stone stairs...Stone color...Steps and stones...stacked stone wall...stone patio...stone pavers...stone steps...stone wall
Is the hearth painted stone? How can we achieve the same painted, matt
Is the hearth painted stone? How can we achieve the same painted, matte finish/look on our natural stone hearth?
Do you know the color of the paint and the type of stone?
Any luck remembering the stone type used for this fireplace? Thank you.
I noticed you chose to leave the area above the fireplace with stone only. Could you elaborate as to why? I am considering the look for my new home but
What type of stone is that and which color pattern? Is that dry stacked or light mortar?- thx!
This stone is a natural stone and not painted. I am sorry but I can't answer your question about painting your stone. I would suggest you call a professional interior designer in your area and get their advise