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Windsor Select Limestone


Maiden Rock Inc.

Windsor Select Limestone Veneer – Sanded Launder Finish Photo: Russell Abraham Photography
Modern gray rock outside dwelling idea in Houston

ALDER RETREAT


ORIJIN STONE, LLC

ORIJIN Stone’Southward Alder™ Limestone veneer adds organic texture to this modern – yet cozy – northern lake retreat. Designed with layered neutral materials and refreshing design, the substantial stone element adds dimension and timeless character. Builder: Peterssen Keller Builder: Elevation Homes Designer: Studio McGee Photographer: Lucy Call

Smith Mountain Lake, Virginia

Smith Mountain Lake, Virginia


Jennings + Santa-Rita Architects, PLLC

A lake house on Smith Mountain lake. The residence uses stone, glass, and wood to provide views to the lake. The large roof overhangs protect the drinking glass from the dominicus. An open up plan allows for the sharing of infinite betwixt functions. Most of the rooms enjoy a view of the h2o.

Home Exteriors


Byrne Design Assembly, Inc.

Ballroom add-on to a habitation in Chester new Jersey. The wing in the background is the existing home.
Example of a mid-sized classic white two-story stone gable roof design in New York

Stone Thoreau Cabin


Bensonwood

Modest mountain manner one-story stone exterior home photograph in Boston

French Country Home


Melichar Architects

Jon Cancelino
Inspiration for a timeless beige three-story stone exterior home remodel in Chicago with a hip roof

Fairy Tale Lake Cottage by Maraya Interior Design

Fairy Tale Lake Cottage by Maraya Interior Design


Maraya Interior Pattern

Old World European, State Cottage. Three divide cottages make upwardly this secluded village over looking a private lake in an one-time German, English, and French stone villa style. Mitt scraped arched trusses, wide width random walnut plank floor, distressed night stained raised panel cabinetry, and hand carved moldings make these traditional farmhouse cottage buildings look like they have been here for 100s of years. Newly built of old materials, and one-time traditional building methods, including arched planked doors, leathered stone counter tops, stone entry, wrought fe straps, and metal beam straps. The Lake Firm is the first, a Tudor style cottage with a slate roof, 2 bedrooms, view filled living room open to the dining area, all overlooking the lake. The Railroad vehicle Dwelling fills in when the kids come up habitation to visit, and holds the garage for the whole idyllic village. This cottage features 2 bedrooms with on suite baths, a big open kitchen, and an warm, comfortable and inviting peachy room. All overlooking the lake. The third structure is the Bike Business firm, running a existent wonderful old h2o wheel, and features a private suite upstairs, and a work space downstairs. All homes are slightly different in materials and color, including a few with quondam terra cotta covering. Project Location: Ojai, California. Projection designed by Maraya Interior Design. From their cute resort town of Ojai, they serve clients in Montecito, Hope Ranch, Malibu and Calabasas, beyond the tri-county surface area of Santa Barbara, Ventura and Los Angeles, s to Hidden Hills. Patrick Cost Photo

Comal County Ranch House


Dibello Architects, PLLC

Aerial view of ranch compound.
Inspiration for a mid-sized country beige one-story rock exterior home remodel in Austin with a metal roof

Denver Modern Home


Materials Marketing

Denver Mod with natural stone accents.

Mid-sized modern grayness 3-story stone exterior abode idea in Denver

Carol Street property


Oakwood Custom Homes

Example of a mid-sized arts and crafts brown two-story stone house outside design in Detroit with a shingle roof

The Kimberley


Raykon Construction

Mid-sized transitional dark-brown ii-story rock exterior home thought in Salt Lake Urban center with a hip roof

Two Creeks - Expansive Estate

2 Creeks – Expansive Estate


Visbeen Architects

Reminiscent of gabled stone and milk shake houses found dotted across the picturesque countryside of The Great britain, Two Creeks brings the best of English Country fashion “across the pond,” and updates it for functionality. From the European courtyard at the front of the house, to the sweeping circular staircase constitute just inside the entrance, everything near 2 Creeks speaks of the quality and manner of the by. Designed on an efficient 50-shape, and spreading out over more eight,000 square feet on three levels, this distinctive home boasts a fashionable façade of low-maintenance stone and shake similar to those plant on European manor homes. While the style is inspired past the past, the iv-car garage is conveniently modern, with easy admission to a circular front drive. Other outside highlights include a grand walkway leading from the circular drive to a covered front entrance, and a variety of vintage-style windows, including transom, cameo and leaded glass. Shutters accompany many of the windows, and rock accents throughout the pattern add to the home’due south sense of timeless European charm. One time within, y’all’ll find that the interior appeal equals that of the exterior. Intricate paneled doors and moldings give the feeling of historic period and elegance, while big rooms and open spaces keep it light-filled and gimmicky. Floor programme highlights include a large archway antechamber containing a three-story spiral staircase, and a nearby open up living expanse with a two-sided fireplace and circular dining room. Hands accessed from the dining space are the exquisite country-mode kitchen and cozy hearth room, forth with the home’due south outdoor entertaining spaces, including a patio and screened porch. A get-go flooring master suite side by side to the study gives the feel of a private retreat, while 3 bedrooms and a second floor living room give children plenty of their own space to spread out. The lower level contains the family areas, including a home theater, billiards and exercise center.

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