300,212 stone Home Design Photos

Arcanum Architecture
Menlo Oaks Residence
Ideabooks6,368
Questions7
Walkway stones...stepping stones. dormers...front stone walkway...size and spacing of stones...due sidewalk vs stepping stones...stone walkway...Stepping stones...stone path
“front yard” — dmerrill42
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Custom Pool Builder
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Peace Design
Staircase Fireplace
Ideabooks14,116
Questions7
Can you please tell me the name of and where you got the stone for this fireplace? It's incredible! Great work!
name of the stone used here? Where it's from? It's absolutely stunning!
it looks great , the stone , and the railing ,
Thank you! This home has a regional favorite, Harlowton stone. We love this stone for it's great range of browns and greys.
i like the mixture of steel stone and wood
The stairs. The wood column to the right. The wood paneling down the stirs. The metal railing. The stone fireplace
Badass stone and neat idea to use railroad track for handrail
“handrail” — hutbuilder
ZeroEnergy Design
12 Reviews
Concord Green Home
Ideabooks15,955
Questions10
wall-mount vanity was custom fabricated from remnant marble at Interior Stone, the vessel sink is from Waterworks, faucet is Rohl. Limestone plank wall
Stone wood tiled planks by Maestro Mosaics
Natural stone. Using stone is a surefire way to add texture to your environment. The “movement” and veining
many varieties is simply stunning, and you can use stone for floors, walls or countertops. Plus, stone pairs beautifully with many other materials.Notice
and you can use stone for floors, walls or countertops. Plus, stone pairs beautifully with many other materials.See 7 natural stones with lasting beauty
2. Natural stone. Using stone is a surefire way to add texture to your environment. The “movement”
“Traditional with curved lines and labeled hot and cold” — Project Guru
Mediterranean Entry
Ideabooks1,260
Questions2
tone of wood with stone...Darker stone with stucco...Stone + Stucco...Stucco stone brick synthesis...Front entry stone
“rustic, good colour” — amessersi
Conrado - Home Builders
10 Reviews
Saratoga Hilltop Contemporary
Ideabooks4,012
Questions2
siding from Prodema. ProdEx is a pre-finished exterior wood faced panel. Stone veneer from Salado Quarry.
H! Please let me know the exterior stone type/manufacturer. Thank you!
Stone was purchased from Granite Rock, San Jose, CA. Do not know where it is from
love metal on this, change out stone to stucco
“Love this house” — Superior Interior Design
JLF & Associates, Inc.
Lazy J
Ideabooks2,522
Questions2
stone above firebox, mantle, size & color of stones
mix of random and lateral stone. mix of colors
An amazing array of woods and stone...I like the stone wall...stone in firepace...mixture of stone and wood...paneling and stone...wood direction on wall, stone
“Stone” — edithlouise
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
40 Reviews
Less Lawn More Garden
Ideabooks13,478
Questions5
front yard, giving both a raison d'etre. The rounded "carpet" of crushed stone has some nice detailing, including the block edging and the flagstone path
to know the plants used in front of the house, also, what are the pavers/stones on the front porch?
nepeta, ninebark, holly, euphorbia and japanese aneoneme. The stones are Pennsylvania field stone. Hope this helps! More images at ...
front yard, giving both a raison d'etre. The rounded "carpet" of crushed stone has some nice detailing, including the block edging and the flagstone path
shine against. You can add some oversize pieces of flagstone as stepping stones, as shown here, or leave it simpler. Add an edging material around your
Pea gravel w stepping stones for alley
“Seating area” — Gale Cameron
Christopher Yates Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Foster Rd
Ideabooks1,151
Questions2
Napa style exterior. Wood stucco and stone
Stone wall, same as house stone
stone craftsman supports with double beams
Stone, pillars, windows, wood on pillars
Gravel meets stone veneer /craftsman style
stone wall, pebbles and tiles all linking together
Stone and wood posts on covered patio...Stone Walk...Stone walls
“ranch facade” — mc4208
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