Rustic stone

Rustic stone

Any rough broken stone suitable for rustic masonry, most commonly limestone or sandstone, usually set with the longest dimension exposed horizontally.
Illustrated Dictionary of Architecture Copyright © 2012, 2002, 1998 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved

rustic stone

Any rough, broken stone suitable for rustic masonry, most commonly limestone or sandstone; usually set with the elongate dimension exposed horizontally.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Linked to the original hotel via paths weaving through scented flower gardens, it offers 25 additional rooms in rustic stone buildings, some with private swimming pools and incredible sea views.
McGrath was a proprietor of Mint in Ranelagh, Dublin, which was awarded a coveted Michelin Star before opening the Rustic Stone Restaurant in the city centre.
Over the course of three years, Wysmyk worked his way up the ranks in McGrath's portfolio of restaurants, eventually to the role of head chef at Rustic Stone Restaurant in central Dublin, prior to his move to Dubai.
The residence, clad in rustic stone and shielded by mature specimen trees, sits on a slight knoll, and wraps around a pancake-flat backyard with swimming pool and good sized guesthouse.
"It has beautiful rustic siding with stone accents, elegant granite slab countertops in the kitchen and master bathroom, an expansive family room with a rustic stone fireplace, a garden-level basement with a low-maintenance Trex Transcends deck, and much more." The home is exceptionally priced at $679,995.
This room can boast oodles of original charm with beamed ceiling, rustic stone floor and feature stone inglenook fireplace.
By juxtaposing it with a unique backsplash, like a mosaic marble or rustic stone, it looks more high-end,'' Flynn says.
Officially called The National Sanctuary of Our Sorrowful Mother, it's home to a handful of Catholic Servite friars who live in the rustic stone monastery and care for the expansive grounds.
Many hamlets with terraced farming appear to be jutting out of the cliff faces and everywhere rustic stone built houses merge almost invisibly with the base rocks."
After just a glimpse of Can Rigall''s rustic stone walls, sloping emerald forests and plunging valleys, I'm already thinking I'll never go back to my 'ordinary' holidays again.