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St. Paul French Country
St. Paul French Country
John Kraemer & SonsJohn Kraemer & Sons
Builder: John Kraemer & Sons | Architecture: Charlie & Co. Design | Interior Design: Martha O'Hara Interiors | Landscaping: TOPO | Photography: Gaffer Photography
Rush Lake Rustic - Crosslake, MN
Rush Lake Rustic - Crosslake, MN
Dan J. Heid - Planning & DesignDan J. Heid - Planning & Design
Dan Heid
Inspiration for a mid-sized rustic gray two-story stone house exterior remodel in Minneapolis
30 - Park City, Utah Residence
30 - Park City, Utah Residence
Magleby ConstructionMagleby Construction
Large mountain style brown two-story stone exterior home photo in Salt Lake City with a shingle roof
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Transitional Exterior
Transitional Exterior
Example of a transitional gray two-story stone exterior home design in Baltimore with a hip roof and a mixed material roof
Windswept South
Windswept South
Dakota Wall SystemsDakota Wall Systems
The clean lines of this natural stone add to the warmth of the home. With neutral undertones, you can pair this stone with any interior or exterior project.
Front Entrance
Front Entrance
BMA ArchitectsBMA Architects
Huge modern stone house exterior idea in New York
Rock Canyon Residence
Rock Canyon Residence
Raykon ConstructionRaykon Construction
Example of a mid-sized minimalist beige one-story stone exterior home design in Salt Lake City
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Clay Hill
Clay Hill
Neumann Lewis Buchanan ArchitectsNeumann Lewis Buchanan Architects
© Gordon Beall
Example of a classic stone exterior home design in DC Metro
Our Projects
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Affordable DoorAffordable Door
Large elegant white one-story stone exterior home photo in DC Metro
Nethermead Residence
Nethermead Residence
Alchemy Design StudioAlchemy Design Studio
Trendy stone exterior home photo in Other
CHRISTIAN-WOLANIN
CHRISTIAN-WOLANIN
GardenWiseGardenWise
Landscape in the evening. Landscape Design by J. Mark White and Architecture by Morris Day
Example of a classic stone exterior home design in DC Metro
Farmhouse & Barn
Farmhouse & Barn
Dibello Architects, PLLCDibello Architects, PLLC
The 1,585 SF barn with white board and batten siding and standing seam metal roof features a drive-thru bay along the long axis and a walk-thru cross-axis. The barn has a front porch, a covered implement storage porch, tack room, feed room, and lawn equipment storage room.
Hill Country River Ranch
Hill Country River Ranch
Studio IndustrielleStudio Industrielle
The program consists of a detached Guest House with full Kitchen, Living and Dining amenities, Carport and Office Building with attached Main house and Master Bedroom wing. The arrangement of buildings was dictated by the numerous majestic oaks and organized as a procession of spaces leading from the Entry arbor up to the front door. Large covered terraces and arbors were used to extend the interior living spaces out onto the site. All the buildings are clad in Texas limestone with accent bands of Leuders limestone to mimic the local limestone cliffs in the area. Steel was used on the arbors and fences and left to rust. Vertical grain Douglas fir was used on the interior while flagstone and stained concrete floors were used throughout. The flagstone floors extend from the exterior entry arbors into the interior of the Main Living space and out onto the Main house terraces.
GHOSTDANCE
GHOSTDANCE
MarvinMarvin
This 10,970 square-foot, single-family home took the place of an obsolete structure in an established, picturesque Milwaukee suburb. The newly constructed house feels both fresh and relevant while being respectful of its surrounding traditional context. It is sited in a way that makes it feel as if it was there very early and the neighborhood developed around it. The home is clad in a custom blend of New York granite sourced from two quarries to get a unique color blend. Large, white cement board trim, standing-seam copper, large groupings of windows, and cut limestone accents are composed to create a home that feels both old and new—and as if it were plucked from a storybook. Marvin products helped tell this story with many available options and configurations that fit the design.
Holladay Residence
Holladay Residence
Clayton Vance ArchitectureClayton Vance Architecture
Mid-sized elegant brown one-story stone exterior home photo in Salt Lake City with a shingle roof
Indian Hill Renovation
Indian Hill Renovation
Wentz DesignWentz Design
Photo credit: Greg Grupenhof; Whole-house renovation to existing Indian Hill home. Prior to the renovation, the Scaninavian-modern interiors felt cold and cavernous. In order to make this home work for a family, we brought the spaces down to a more livable scale and used natural materials like wood and stone to make the home warm and welcoming.
New Manor Residence
New Manor Residence
Whitlock BuildersWhitlock Builders
Example of a mid-sized classic gray two-story stone house exterior design in Charlotte with a hip roof and a shingle roof
Mackey Ranch
Mackey Ranch
LaRue ArchitectsLaRue Architects
Entirely off the grid, this sleek contemporary is an icon for energy efficiency. Sporting an extensive photovoltaic system, rainwater collection system, and passive heating and cooling, this home will stand apart from its neighbors for many years to come. Published: Austin-San Antonio Urban Home, April/May 2014 Photo Credit: Coles Hairston

Stone Exterior Home Ideas

New England Stone Farmhouse in Los Angeles, CA
New England Stone Farmhouse in Los Angeles, CA
Ward Jewell  Architect AIAWard Jewell Architect AIA
Ward Jewell, AIA was asked to design a comfortable one-story stone and wood pool house that was "barn-like" in keeping with the owner’s gentleman farmer concept. Thus, Mr. Jewell was inspired to create an elegant New England Stone Farm House designed to provide an exceptional environment for them to live, entertain, cook and swim in the large reflection lap pool. Mr. Jewell envisioned a dramatic vaulted great room with hand selected 200 year old reclaimed wood beams and 10 foot tall pocketing French doors that would connect the house to a pool, deck areas, loggia and lush garden spaces, thus bringing the outdoors in. A large cupola “lantern clerestory” in the main vaulted ceiling casts a natural warm light over the graceful room below. The rustic walk-in stone fireplace provides a central focal point for the inviting living room lounge. Important to the functionality of the pool house are a chef’s working farm kitchen with open cabinetry, free-standing stove and a soapstone topped central island with bar height seating. Grey washed barn doors glide open to reveal a vaulted and beamed quilting room with full bath and a vaulted and beamed library/guest room with full bath that bookend the main space. The private garden expanded and evolved over time. After purchasing two adjacent lots, the owners decided to redesign the garden and unify it by eliminating the tennis court, relocating the pool and building an inspired "barn". The concept behind the garden’s new design came from Thomas Jefferson’s home at Monticello with its wandering paths, orchards, and experimental vegetable garden. As a result this small organic farm, was born. Today the farm produces more than fifty varieties of vegetables, herbs, and edible flowers; many of which are rare and hard to find locally. The farm also grows a wide variety of fruits including plums, pluots, nectarines, apricots, apples, figs, peaches, guavas, avocados (Haas, Fuerte and Reed), olives, pomegranates, persimmons, strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, and ten different types of citrus. The remaining areas consist of drought-tolerant sweeps of rosemary, lavender, rockrose, and sage all of which attract butterflies and dueling hummingbirds. Photo Credit: Laura Hull Photography. Interior Design: Jeffrey Hitchcock. Landscape Design: Laurie Lewis Design. General Contractor: Martin Perry Premier General Contractors
Northwest Contempory Exterior Remodel
Northwest Contempory Exterior Remodel
Nordby Design, Architecture & Interiors LLCNordby Design, Architecture & Interiors LLC
Overall view of remodeled exterior of home.
Arts and crafts stone exterior home photo in Portland
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