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Yvonne McFadden LLC
2 Reviews
Market and Dining Room
What kind of stone is this? It is gorgeous
It looks like a stone I know as Collinwood. I can provide more info if your interested.
Please tell me what type & color of stone was used here! LOVE
use of stone. Brings out the Natural surroundings!
Stone type used?...Veranda stone...Stone color palet...caulk between stones...stone arch...of the stone...Stone work...more stone...The stone wall...Stone with stone floor...Stone outdoor patio...Random stone
“Outdoor area.” — lshawn
Steigerwald-Dougherty, Inc.
9 Reviews
San Diego / Point Loma South
What is the style name of the stone & color?
Stone, is Southern Buff with white grout with gold sand
details on the the stone exterior?...Stone with dark doors light paint...Stone for fireplace...Stone and grout...Facade stones...Door with cast stone surround...Wood and stone home...Southern buff stone color...Stone stucco and trim color...Beautiful Stone wall...Adding natural stone
“Texas Tuscan” — dlawalker
Studio William Hefner
1 Review
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
is this real stone? what is the product name and manufacturer?
Cultured Stone™, Eldorado Stone™, Coronado Stone™, along with others are not real stone but simply colored concrete from a mold. The imitation stone companies
natural stone thin veneer instead of faux stone. I've never heard anyone, that has used real stone, say that they wished they had used faux stone. Most
I'm new to Houzz, but after briefly reviewing the website I noticed quite a few natural stone companies berating manufactured stone companies
no brainer. Plus Faux stone looks so real now a days, it’s getting harder to tell them apart.
The stone is Honey Ledge Stone - Color: Golden Harvest
The stone is from Coronado - Honey Ledge Stone - Color: Golden Harvest.
“Like the horizontal stone.” — kyleray10
David Edelman Architects
Bindi's House
can you tell me the color of the stone bench top
top, while the wood cabinetry below softens the look and complements the stone’s neutral tones.
I like to table, the stone of the table and the chairs next
and an air of luxury, consider a cantilevered-counter combo of natural stone and timber. Here the suspended style showcases the quiet beauty of the travertine
top, while the timber cabinetry below softens the look and complements the stone’s neutral tones. But style isn’t all this bench has to offer. The cantilever
team with your stone benchtop, look for wood that’s free of prominent knots or patterns that may clash with the veining of the natural stone. More: Find Your
top, while the wood cabinetry below softens the look and complements the stone’s neutral tones. But style isn’t all this counter has to offer. The cantilevered
“vent” — rleung2
Creative Touch Interiors
4 Reviews
French Country
what type of stone is this? which quarry/company?
Love the stone! Do you know the specs or supplier? Just beautiful!!
That looks very similar to "Old German" stone as found in central Texas.
Lueders limestone. Western Brick and Stone.
It is a lueders limestone. Western Brick and Stone. 281-794-5206
Color of the stone and arch...stone archway to side of home
“Stone fence only?” — leahurb
Donald Lococo Architects
21 Reviews
American Farmhouse
There is no record but I always use the same process for variegated tile and stone: I select a color that is within the tile and in this case and most often
The thing I love about stone floors is how diverse and different they all are. They're also nicely cool
a bit more rustic than what i had in mind for the mud room, but like the stone floors, wood walls, benches and window
Cons of Stone FlooringStone is expensive. There is no getting around it — stone is pricey. Choosing stone that is quarried locally is
a locally quarried stone floor costs far more than other options, like wood. Flooring: cleft slate
Cons of stone flooringStone is expensive There is
is no getting around it, stone is pricey. Choosing stone that is quarried locally is one way to cut down on costs, as shipping significantly boosts the
“Rustic theme” — pipaypicks
Don Ziebell
1 Review
Oz Architects
what kind of stone, and who did the masonry work? it's really lovely.
Tucked through an archway, this rustic warm stone farmhouse feels every inch the Spanish finca. The large stone animal trough makes a great water feature
8. Exterior stone. Common in the Italian countryside, stone exteriors exemplify rustic, casual living. I just adore
find one to complement the stone on your home. Notice how this piece of pottery pulls the orange and gray tones from the stone as well as repeats the texture
Complement stone facades. Antique and reclaimed building materials were used throughout this
the stone work on the ground
“Sydney knights” — traceatkinson
L. Lumpkins Architect, Inc.
1 Review
Brookshire Residence Front Elevation
home in the area and would like to see the stone in person.
Do you know what stone company was used to purchase it from. I am building a home in Dallas and
Could you tell me the name of the stone/ material that was used for the facade? Thank you in advance.
What is the name of stone masonry?...Stone masonry?...Spanish and stone...stone color stone fence...stone brick combo...cultured stone...Exterior stone...Stone and stylt...color & stone style....stone above windows...all stone...stone cladding...stone front5...STONE ANTIQUE MALTESE STYLE...Stone color
“idea 7” — houseinbetheasda
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