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Coronado Stone Products
9 Reviews
Italian Villa Stone Fireplace - Coronado Stone Products / Italian Villa Stone
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Italian Villa Stone Fireplace - Coronado Stone Products / Italian Villa Stone
This beautiful stone fireplace is adorned with Coronado Stone Products - Italian Villa Stone Veneer in the color Volterra. Italian Villa Stone is a lightweight stone veneer product that adheres to pretty much any substrate. Corner stones are available for this profile.
Coronado Stone Products - Italian Villa Stone Fireplace
“Stuff on table” — kollmana
QUADRANTE Arquitectura
Tróia Villas
Ideabooks699
Questions0
two villas in Tróia Photo Credits – FG + SG
two villas in Tria Photo Credits FG SG
Two villas...Tróia Villas
“pool” — Joanna Savvides
Bella Villa Design Studio
5 Reviews
Knap
Ideabooks18,329
Questions7
paint on hand. We wish you the best in your home project! Stephanie with Bella Villa Design Studio, Austin, TX
Sorry, we just saw this question. They are available at Materials Marketing. Stephanie with Bella Villa Design Studio, Austin, TX
bathroom. Sorry for the delay in responding but our emails were directed to the wrong email address. Thanks for your interest! Stephanie with Bella Villa Design Studio, Austin, TX.
Bella Villa Design Studio Sorry, we just saw this question. They are available at Materials Marketing. Stephanie with Bella Villa Design Studio, Austin, TX
“Master bath” — consumerbug09
Sennikoff Architects
4 Reviews
Rancho Mirage Estate Homes
Ideabooks6,944
Questions4
Gbrose - Coronado Stone Products manufactures the stone - Italian Villa / Verona and Tuscan Villa / Florentine stone combo. Here is a link to more pictures of the job. http://www.houzz.com/projects/57355/Escala-Rancho-Mirage-Featuring-Villa-Stone-Combination---Coronado-Stone-Products
Meta terrain look, contrast of light siding, dark roof, doors, windows. Recessed windows & detail.
“Charcoal black french doors and stone wall” — Riva Cost
Bella Villa Design Studio
5 Reviews
Knap
Ideabooks7,440
Questions10
This is actually a marble. It is called Dark Emperador. Best, Bobbie, Bella Villa Design Studio
similar. If we run across something similar in the near future, we will post another comment to this question. Thanks! Stephanie with Bella Villa Design Studio, Austin, TX
please contact us at info@bellavillads.com and we will put you in touch with a faux finisher that can create a similar look. Best, Stephanie with Bella Villa Design Studio, Austin, TX
for the dressing: ikea kitchen cabinets like these on the bathroom wall side. leave space between two meuble bas to connect them with plan travaille for the vanity table. no sink here. also get wall cabinets from ceiling down
“sconces” — bethpattillo
Kat Alves Photography
3 Reviews
Soda Spring Residence
Ideabooks1,217
Questions3
cooling. In this project the original building wasn’t situated in an ideal way for a passive solar design, but we did add more windows to the south side to get some passive solar gains. Placing windows in a way that allows for cross ventilation should be considered. (2) Imagine the view from the inside
metal siding + wood detail = warm feel
Size of cabin and tin siding
Roof and siding , possibility for rear of house
galvanized siding and roof with wood trim
LOVE THE SIDING MIXED WITH THE WOOD
metal siding?? Can you use the same roofing material as siding?
horizontal windows at side and front
“Porch” — dave444
Architectural Photographer Ron Rosenzweig
4 Reviews
Riverfront Villa
Ideabooks7,862
Questions5
what is the floor plan of this beautiful villa
I have light Khaki siding and black roof with light brown and grey stain at the base. We have reached the stage
tell me more about this villa, i thought is it an ancient between middle ages
Walkway coming in off the back side of patio. Could do that from our side yard.
At right side of pic; imagin fountain, red tile awning, and two smaller tiled arches; lighting
“Everything!!” — arnoldsair
Mykonos Panormos Villas
Mykonos Panormos Villas
Ideabooks20,174
Questions8
Do they just open or do they slide back into the sides. If back in how did you mount the TV forward enough given the depth.
your information. The floors look beautiful and timeless. Also the old wooden doors are so interesting. I never would have thought of adding to the sides. Thank you, for the idea in case I find a treasure like these one day. :-)
bought the doors from a junk/antique dealer in Tripolis, Greece. They were originally old built in cabinet doors and I had my carpenter add to the sides and top in order to fit them into the space which hides the TV etc.
Greek villa on Mykonos. Love the Greek island homes.
Built-in recess for a chest with a window seat on either side
Built and side pieces cozy and nice
“flooring” — kllovelady
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