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Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
Stacked non-vesicular basalt stone fireplace. Fabricated stone patio with adirondack chairs. photo: www.shawnstpeter.com
Natural basalt rock. Like the wall height
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Suburban DC - Cahill Residence
Where did the chairs and couch come from?
The stone for the fireplace and retaining wall was Carter Rock quarried a few miles from there I believe. Will have to check my notes when I have my computer. CM
WoW…Wowee… I could easily curl up on one of those chairs!
Outdoor fire and seating arrangement, patio
the fireplace built into the rock block wall is attractive very inviting and looks cozy
Three-season outdoor living in D.C. This outdoor living room gives homeowners Chris and Richard Cahill significant added space for the frequent gatherings and fundraisers they host. A neutral color scheme matches the colors used in the rooms next to the patio, and multiple sets of French doors integrate
integrate the interior with the exterior. Patio heaters and an outdoor fireplace make this sunken space in Washington, D.C., usable for most of the year. See the rest of this home
Robin LaMonte/Rooms Revamped
get the chairs? They are lovely!
Where did you get the chairs? They are lovely!
We're looking for something similar for our family room with lovely outdoor views.
The chairs are custom through PashaHome, a trade only furniture company. Glad you like them! They are very comfortable.
High back chairs and funky wood tables
Love the end and coffee tables also the pair of chairs with nailheads
love these chairs and end table
I have a very long patio with palos verde rock pillars where the small walls are and I want to enclose with windows on the sides
Decor, occasional chairs and the Art
like as head chairs for the dinning room table
the chairs and wood-slab table, also the table base on the side table
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
hardscaping, 1.4 minus gravel walkway, rock garden, water features, waterfall, pondless, outdoor living space, outdoor seating, concrete pavers, flagstone hardscaping
Contrast with various stone/ rock/ pavers
In front of rocks and along berm
The big rocks that serve as the wall. I like that they provide a barrier but
rocks, gravel, stone patio on hillside
Gabriel Builders Inc.
Large room for the kids with climbing wall, super slide, TV, chalk boards, rocking horse, etc. Great room for the kids to play in!
I love the room but HATE those chairs!
This space is an excellent use color and imagination. The ceiling and wall murals are beautifully painted bringing the outside in. The three chairs in the foreground are not in keeping with the space and I would suggest replacing those pieces with furnishings that offer the same bright colors with
The chairs don't seem to go with fun of the room.
Wow love the wall, tube slide and even the individual chairs instead of a couch.
So fun to have a rock climbing wall for grand kids
It has awesome stuff like a rock climbing wall and a swirly slide
Amanda Giles Interiors
vegetable garden, suffered from low light and a heavy root system from the trees next door. It was transformed using recycled rock and gravel, a vintage painter's bench, red Adirondack chairs, planters, and drought-tolerant ground cover. Photo by Amanda Giles
Do something with bigger round rock
Red chairs and bench as an end table
red chairs, big green planters, small kids picnic table between chairs
good looking; has low light and heavy root system from nearby trees, it uses recycled rock and gravel and drought tolerant ground cover.
Sticks and Stones Design Group Inc
Okanagan Log Home
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Rock, wood and glass. Stair staircase with glass barriers. and grey steal supports.
love the see thru railing so you can still see the rock wall!
a second-floor landing and lounge. Chandelier: Hammerton, Log and Timber; stone: Kettle Valley Stone, Rustic Ledgestone; floors: quartz flagstone; chairs: Warison; table: Rustique Furniture
Coates Design Architects Seattle
Polymeric Stone Dust since its meant for gaps up to 4" but my husband and I feel the Stone Dust looks more like a grout and we like the look of loose stone/rocks instead. We brought a few bags of small 3/8 river stone and we put that between some of the gaps to get an idea. we love the look but I'm afraid they
What stone is this. Is this good for outdoor patio in Florida.
Love the chair! Where is it from?
We used a compacted base of 5/8" minus crushed rock ( 4") to provide adequate support. The pavers can be leveled with a minimum of finer crushed rock (1/4" minus) or sand. We like to minimize the sand because in Seattle
Vancouver Bay gray architectural slabs purchased from Mutual Materials. The pavers are leveled on a crushed rock base.