Pool side. It only seems right to have stones and water in the same setting, and what better place to implement this than near the pool? The organic shape of the pool, combined with the rocks and greenery, make this landscape feel like almost like a swimming hole.
Kitchen island. It's not often that you see a kitchen island made of anything but wood or metal, so this stone island is a welcome change. The lighting under the countertop makes sure the stone doesn't go unnoticed.
Walls. Call me crazy for thinking about fall, but I can't help but to imagine how wonderful it would be to walk into a house like this after a long walk through the crisp, colorful leaves. This is another example of when veneer would come in handy, and shows how you may be able to add a wall treatment like this to your own place.
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By Erin Lang Norris