The stairs leading to this backyard are paved with two different textures of limestone. The honed surface is used for the steps and wall caps, while a rougher texture is used along the wall face to help break up the smooth surfaces and create visual interest.
Tiered terraces create multiple spots for relaxing and enjoying the picturesque views at this contemporary Mission Viejo, California, home. A built-in fire pit is surrounded by seating. Limestone pavers create a neutral, functional backdrop for this entertainment-ready space.
The remodel of this contemporary, lakeside backyard features a built-in fire pit, lighted pool and hot tub, and an array of tiered terraces designed for lounging, dining and relaxing. Vein-cut limestone creates a sleek, neutral backdrop that lets the infinity pool steal the show.
This wonderful mudroom has all the friendly personality of a seaside cottage. Wood floors were replaced with more durable limestone (echoing country villages' cobblestone streets). New shiplap walls were painted a beautiful robin's egg blue to contrast the cabinets' dark navy lacquer.
This unusual limestone backsplash has both physical texture and visual flow. According to designer Lauren Levant Bland, the sculpted limestone tile "has a physical undulation to it and creates a visual rhythm in the space."
New plants that surround a bluestone patio instantly give this courtyard a fresh and uplifting feel. Since the patio can be seen from most rooms of the home, show-stopping landscaping and cool patio furniture was a must.
This pretty-as-a-picture home was designed in the midcentury modern style with beautiful attention to detail inside and out. It sits on 15 acres of land in Boulder, Colorado with a comfortable four bedrooms and six bathrooms.