A Spanish-style ranch located deep within the heart of Texas Hill Country was built utilizing a combination of limestone, steel, wood and glass to blend in with the surrounding landscape and provide the owners with a relaxing getaway
When a retired couple from out-of-state was looking to build a second home in South Texas, they were drawn to a 350-acre piece of property which borders the Guadalupe River and is located in the rolling hills of the Texas Hill Country.
Regional limestone — along with a variety of other material — was incorporated into the design of a private residence in Austin, TX, to create a home reminiscent of the Old World with a sophisticated feel
For a private residence in Knoxville, TN, which was highlighted in an October “Parade of Homes,” BMJ Stone supplied its “Stonewood Mountain” fieldstone for the home’s exterior facade and interior fireplaces
A palette of Lueders limestone — both in veneer and tile format — was utilized throughout the home’s exterior and interior design to create a space reminiscent of the country with contemporary elements.
Situated on one of the most high-end streets in Long Island, NY, is a private residence that took a very specific design goal and transformed it into one of the most unique homes the island has ever seen.
In this issue of Stone World, read more about the new Silica Rule, which was recently announced by the U.S. Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) and scheduled to go into effect on June 23, 2016.