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1740 Dutch Stone Farm House, Accord, NY A careful restoration of a historic upstate house.
How a peninsula could work in our kitchen--build a wall next to the fridge
stone in the kitchen
This is a great modern kitchen tucked in between stone walls.
Love the stone!
Vanguard Studio Inc.
8210 Big View
What is the texture on these wall? What is the wall color?
to our, walls are gold though
cut out for tv in stone fireplace
My kind of living room - tall ceilings, timber trusses, stone fireplace and the picture windows!
love the ceiling with the stone fireplace!
arched top stone treatment
Fireplace with stone mantle
style of fireplace not stone
stack stone fireplace
cambria suites forward wall
Wall color and floor
stacked stone fireplace
Any answer regarding the walls?
color on wall...The stone...stone arches...TV inset in stone...fireplace stone...Wall color...Stone fireplace...Stone color...stone around TV...Glass wall...Mantle from stone...The fireplace stone...Stone mantle...stucco walls
John Kraemer & Sons
Formal Dining Room
Is this a faux paint on walls? If so what colors are used?
What manufacturer and color is the stone on the wall? What color brick?
The stone is Moss Rock Chopped Ledge.
appearance that stone arch is an integral part of site, pops up within house
Love ceiling and stone
like wall enterence into kitchen
Stone for fireplace...Stone work, floors...Kitchen wall...Rock wall...Love the stone...Wall paint color...wall color...stone archway...stone wall...Wall Color
Stuart Silk Architects | Limited PS
So far I like my: Maroon bed sheets Brown area rug Brown shoe rack Wood floors Need new: Drawers Wall paint
I like the incorporation of the basement near pool area... The home in complete stone like this is too expensive
In-situ concrete with textured form work and stone
I love the wall of windows for the room by the pool
I like the house, pool and all the details that are on the walls
D&D Interiors / Mikhail Dantes
What stone did you use on the fireplace?
What stone did you use on the fireplace and where did you get it?
Could I do an electric fire? could I put a TV above fireplace on both sides of wall
how you make a wall around fireplace
Very nice clean design! can I ask what stone was used around the fireplace?Thanks
what is the stone on the floor, ? and the color?
What type of stone is used around the fireplace?
what kind of stone did you use the color is very warm.
what stone is on the fireplace? how can I find it? its beautiful
It looks like they used 2x12 in strip cladding from Island Stone. Just ordered it for my bath room.
The stone on the fireplace is chiseled travertine marble. Thank you!
the stone on the fireplace is a chiseled travertine, the floor is a 24" sq travertine
Studio C Architecture & Interiors
the kind of stone I was thinking to repair the side wall with
What about putting pieces of stone up the corners?
interesting combo - stucco brick and stone exterior walls
STUCCO AND STONE CHIMNEY!
chimney with stucco and stone
stone stucco brick mix
Brick, stucco & stone
stone and stucco...cobble stone...stone on wall...Stone application...Brick stone stucco...stone walk...brick wall
Avalon Northwest Landscape, LLC
The green ground cover is called irish moss. However, it can't be expected to grow well in the 1/2" joints between the paver stones. In those tight joints is mostly the real moss that shows up here in Seattle after each winter (without any encouragement) and as you can see here is mostly brown during
These stone pavers are Pennsylvania bluestone, as are the treads on the steps.
Blue stone steps with capping stone
blue stone with lily garden pot. perhaps some water trickling into it. near front
Mariposa Gardening & Design, LLC
Andrea Hurds' stone seed pods L. bottom, and the palette of pastel colored stone create stacked walls following the line of the landscape
leaning flagstone rock to make a wall
hit, the stones would settle tighter together,” Hurd assures.
OMG - unbelievable stone work art
leaning flagstone wall is another Hurd specialty. Using a palette of pastel-colored stone — Arizona sandstone and New England bluestone among them — she creates stacked walls that follow the contour of the landscape while leaning at a 45-degree angle. No need to fear slippage. The walls are built “in such
such a way that if an earthquake hit, the stones would settle tighter together,” Hurd assures.